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Police officers pretend to have sex against a tree in bizarre bid to catch ‘Western man’ and woman

Police officers pretend to have sex against a tree in bizarre bid to catch ‘Western man’ and woman who filmed their X-rated outdoor antics in Thailand

  • WARNING GRAPHIC CONTENT 
  • They re-enacted the romping by a naked couple on Kasetsart University campus 
  • The couple were believed to be filming themselves for videos to sell online
  • Performing such lewd acts in public carries a maximum £127 fine in Thailand  

Two Thai police officers pretended to have sex against a palm tree to re-enact an illegal university campus romp. 

In a bid to catch the couple of naked lovers, the uniformed officers were pictured demonstrating the extent of their late-night antics in a public appeal for witnesses.

An investigation was sparked after footage emerged at the weekend of a Western man and a Thai woman having sex beside a tennis court at Kasetsart University in Bangkok.

And further videos, also filmed by the naked couple themselves, showcased them cavorting next to a motorway and stripping in a lift and apartment block hallway.

In a bid to catch the couple of naked lovers, the uniformed officers were pictured demonstrating the extent of their late-night antics in a public appeal for witnesses

They prompted outrage and triggered a police manhunt as officers also trawled CCTV.

Detectives suspect the pair, who they accused of corrupting the country’s morals with foreign influence, made the videos to sell online – such films can fetch up to £12.

Police Lieutenant Colonel Sarawut Butrdee said: ‘The video that has been spreading on the internet shows the couple’s bodies, which makes it easier for us to find them. 

‘Our investigation found that they had been filming several scenes of outdoor sex and posting them on an adult video website for money. 

An investigation was sparked after footage emerged at the weekend of a Western man and a Thai woman having sex beside a tennis court at Kasetsart University in Bangkok

An investigation was sparked after footage emerged at the weekend of a Western man and a Thai woman having sex beside a tennis court at Kasetsart University in Bangkok

‘This behaviour is illegal and immoral. Publishing it breaks the Compueter Crime Act against publishing obscenity into the public domain.’

People found guilty of performing lewd acts in public face a maximum fine equivalent to £127. 

The country’s vaguely-defined cyber crime laws are much broader and can be applied to anything involving a computer that authorities deem illegal with punishment including fines and jail terms.

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