Police called to public sex and naked sunbathing incidents during lockdown – Latest News

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Earlier this month they were called to two people romping in public.

Officers from the Sussex Police have revealed their most unusual callouts in recent months.

Officers have lifted the lid on their most bizarre callouts during lockdown, including a couple caught having sex in public and a case of naked sunbathing in the UK

Police were called to an incident of naked sunbathing

The incident led to police warning people against nude sunbathing

The incident happened on June 7, leading one police officer from Sussex Roads Policing Unit to refrain from “sexual acts” until they got home.

Naked sunbathing and public sex are among the incidents police have been called to during lockdown.

He joked on Twitter: “If you’re going to meet up with your beloved for a picnic, please wait until you get home before having dessert.

It led them to warn others not to do so, reports Telegraph&Argus.

And in a different incident, a naked man was spotted sunbathing near train tracks in Essex on June 2.

“(The) couple (were) located and suitable words of advice (were) given.”

“Please don’t sunbathe nude on the railway.”

The British Transport Police wrote in a tweet: “Rushing to the scene, officers found a man in his late 30s enjoying some nude sunbathing.

He was mistaken for a dead body by officers who were forced to issue a warning.

Yesterday, Prime Minister Boris Johnson eased lockdown restrictions for sex-starved Brits across the country.

People who live alone may meet up with members of another household indoors as part of a “bubble systems” from Saturday.

The Prime Minister said: “From this weekend we will allow single adult households to form a support bubble with one other household.

“All those in a support bubble will be able to act as if they live in the same household, meaning they can spend time together inside each other’s homes and do not need to stay 2m apart.”

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