Police Forced To Re-Enact Couple's Public Sex Act
Thai police officers were tasked with the mortifying job of re-enacting a couple's public sex act.
The two cops showed true commitment to justice by acting out the strange reconstruction of the couple's slightly over-the-top PDA against a palm tree, while someone took photos of them.
They did it in a bid to find the suspects who had been accused of filming themselves doing the deed on a university campus.
The initial footage emerged at the weekend, which appeared to show a naked Western man and a Thai woman next to a tennis court at a prestigious university in Bangkok.
Other videos showed them next to a motorway, as well as stripping in a lift and the hallway of an apartment block.
Locals then complained to the police who began to attempt to find the pair, after it turns out their bold acts broke national indecency laws.
The uniformed policemen could be seen getting in to character and even re-creating the position, presumably down to the fact that the police couldn't show the real thing.
One stood behind the other, while the one at the front held on to a palm tree. Investigators for the force believe that the group will be filming more videos as they think they are made to order by customers online, where they can be bought for between 151.78THB ($5/£3.85) to 455.36THB ($15/£11.55).
Police in the country allegedly blame the group's actions on foreign influence which is corrupting the country's morals.
Lieutenant Colonel Sarawut Butrdee said officers will be checking CCTV from the university to try and identify the pair.
The police chief added: "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.
"This behaviour is illegal and immoral. Publishing it breaks the Computer Crime Act against publishing obscenity into the public domain."
Cyber crime laws in the country are considered fairly vague and broad. This means that they can technically be applied to anything that involves a computer and is deemed as punishable by the authorities with punishment.
This includes financial fines and jail terms.
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