To share your story, get in touch on ukpersonal huffpost. To be clear, we had been respecting the rules and feeling anxious about the virus from the onset. The idea was so romantic. This time, reality was miles away from what I had imagined. We had a plan: I made sure to wear a skirt, he spent days checking satellite views of Google Maps.
Couple caught ‘having sex’ in south London park as they flout coronavirus lockdown
Sex in the park: From lurking spectators to a surveilance state
By Lee Brown. She filmed a second clip of the couple, seemingly showing a partially dressed woman moving slowly on top of someone who raises a hand to caress her hair. The Sun said it comes just days after another couple was filmed having oral sex in clear view of people in an apartment building in Derby — with a man shouting out to joke about the lack of social distancing. Read Next. Bill Gates calls coronavirus pandemic a 'nightmare scenari This story has been shared 80, times.
I Tried Sex In A Park During Lockdown. It Was Exciting, But I Wouldn’t Do It Again
A RANDY couple were caught on camera "having sex" in a London park by a passing jogger during the coronavirus lockdown. The female runner was out jogging as temperatures soared on Saturday when she spotted two people lying in long grass in South Norwood Country Park, Croydon. She stopped and filmed 13 seconds of the encounter - and said she was furious with the "disgusting" couple. The footage was recorded just days after another couple were caught performing a sex act in broad daylight near a block of flats in Derby. The brazen pair were spotted by a surprised businessman - who stopped before shouting: "That is not two metres!
A couple have been spotted having sex in a Croydon park during the coronavirus lockdown. The man and woman were spotted engaging in sexual activity in Lloyd Park at around 7pm on April 7. A "shocked" walker, who was strolling around the park as part of her daily exercise, noticed the pair in the missionary position and with their trousers "pulled down sightly". The witness, who wished to remain anonymous, told MyLondon: "I was finishing off my two hour walk and had my phone out to take a photo of the beautiful sunset behind the trees when I saw some movement in the open field. The elderly couple near me looked visibly upset.