That’s definitely not social distancing! Bizarre video footage shows a couple having sex on a subway platform in New York to the shock of bystanders
- Shocking footage has emerged of a raunchy couple having sex on the Flushing Avenue subway platform in Brooklyn, New York in plain view of onlookers
- In the clip the man involved was seen wearing a mask and throwing up a horn hand sign showing he didn’t care he was getting it on in public
- The minute-long clip was filmed by a man across the platform
- ‘We are proud the subways are as clean as they’ve ever been, but no need to try them out like these geniuses,’ the MTA said on the incident
Bizarre video footage has emerged of a raunchy couple having sex on a New York subway platform in plain view of onlookers.
The shocking video circulated online Wednesday showing a man and woman violating social distancing orders, despite wearing masks, as they got it on at the Flushing Avenue station in Brooklyn.
The minute-long clip was filmed by a chuckling construction worker on the platform across the tracks.
As the lovebirds recklessly took advantage of the practically empty station, the man was seen throwing up a horn hand sign and stuck out his tongue, showing he didn’t care about their very public display of affection.
Shocking footage has emerged of a raunchy couple have sex on the Flushing Avenue subway platform in Brooklyn, New York in plain view of onlookers
‘This is New York City, you see everything, you hear! … I can’t even concentrate with s**t like this,’ the onlooker filming the clip said.
‘Have a good one, bro!’ the man filming shouted before walking away.
It’s not clear when that video was filmed.
Due to the coronavirus outbreak, which has infected 354,000 and killed more than 23,000 in New York state, the MTA has beefed up its safety measures.
The incident took place at the Flushing Avenue subway stop in Brooklyn. View of station above
The MTA has contracted more cleaners, initiated more cleaning times of the trains, shut down overnight service to disinfect train and rolled out virus-killing ultraviolet lamps.
But MTA officials were light-hearted about the couple who were caught out.
‘We are proud the subways are as clean as they’ve ever been, but no need to try them out like these geniuses,’ MTA spokesman Tim Minto said.
‘Glad we announced our ultraviolet disinfecting pilot yesterday because we are going to need it on this platform,’ he added.