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Museum Forced To Ask Couples To Stop Having Sex Behind Its Exhibitions

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Museum Forced To Ask Couples To Stop Having Sex Behind Its Exhibitions

A museum has become such a popular spot for couples to hook up that they've been forced to ask people to stop having sex behind the exhibitions.

The Fort Gerharda military museum in Poland recently upgraded their CCTV system to keep a better watch on their exhibitions, and instead found themselves catching a bunch of exhibitionists in the act.

Their cameras have caught multiple couples getting it on in the museum, forcing them to make an official plea for loved up couples to take it somewhere else.

While it's true that nothing quite says 'romantic setting' like a Polish military museum, there is a time and a place, and 'in a museum full of military history exhibitions' is not it.

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On that topic, the museum has suggested that couples who just can't keep out of each other's pants during their visit should take a trip to one of the several deserted beaches nearby.

The museum was forced to ask couples to stop having sex on the premises. Credit: Fort Gerharda - Muzeum Obrony Wybrzeża/Facebook
The museum was forced to ask couples to stop having sex on the premises. Credit: Fort Gerharda - Muzeum Obrony Wybrzeża/Facebook

Writing on Facebook, the museum said they wanted to 'ask our amorous guests for understanding' and to please stop having sex behind the exhibitions where they think they can't be seen.

They said they understood that for some people the mix of 'unique exhibits and uniformed service can give you chills, excitation and excitement', but couples should find somewhere else.

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While couples using the museum for sex were already getting caught on camera, staff also didn't want any damage done to the exhibits, which are full of historical items.

The museum explained that security staff check the CCTV records before deleting them, so the footage of couples caught on camera isn't going to be kept.

Apparently this is the sort of place where lots of couples like to have sex. Credit: Fort Gerharda - Muzeum Obrony Wybrzeża/Facebook
Apparently this is the sort of place where lots of couples like to have sex. Credit: Fort Gerharda - Muzeum Obrony Wybrzeża/Facebook

Fort Gerharda museum director Piotr Piwowarczyk explained the scope of the problem and how they'd been catching couples having sex on CCTV.

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He told Warsaw-based newspaper Gazeta Wyborcza: "In less than a month since the beginning of the holidays we’ve already had three recordings of lovers engaged in trysts.

"Visitors to the fort have various temperaments, some of them very conservative. We don’t want them to be shocked during their visit by stumbling across a couple engaged in lustful antics."

When asked why he thought so many couples were choosing to have sex in the museum, Piwowarczyk suggested it might be because the place has some dark corners where people think they can't be seen.

He made it very clear that despite what they might think, couples having sex in a dark corner can be seen on the CCTV – and he would really like them to stop.

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Having sex in public in Poland is illegal and can land people a 1,500 złoty fine (£265) if you get caught.

Featured Image Credit: Fort Gerharda - Muzeum Obrony Wybrzeża/Facebook

Topics: World News, Sex and Relationships

Joe Harker
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