Outdoor sex romp sparks police probe

Outdoor sex romp sparks police probe

The police are searching for a pair of lovers who engaged in sex outdoors at a university in the Bang Khen area. The cops suspect the act was filmed by a foreign producer so the content could be sold to porn website subscribers and members of secret chat groups.

Officers are examining footage from security cameras to gather more clues as an initial investigation led them to believe the pair are part of a gang of Thai and foreign actors.

"They might star in R-rated movies," deputy Bang Khen police chief Pol Lt Col Anan Worasat said yesterday.

The investigators believe the production team intends to shoot more films in public as "ordered by customers".

They include roadside areas, stairs, and lifts in apartments and schools.

The police launched a probe after a video clip of the lovers, believed to be recorded near a tennis court inside the university, was shared online.

A source close to the investigation said the area had been probably surveyed to make sure the actors would not be caught by security guards who went on routine patrol every hour.

The recording lasted for 10 minutes.

By law, people who lewdly act in public are subject to a maximum fine of 5,000 baht.

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