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A couple somehow managed to flip their car during a not-so-discrete roadside amorous encounter.
The raunchy motorists pulled up on a quiet country lane in Derbyshire, UK, intent on getting down and dirty.
But while 'strengthening their relationship' they managed to disengage the handbrake, and the car rolled down a hill before flipping on its side.
Derbyshire Roads Policing Unit shared the impressive deed on Twitter, urging people to be safe behind the wheel.
The force said: "At an undisclosed location in Derbyshire the couple occupying this Yaris had parked up and were strengthening their relationship.
"Whilst doing so the handbrake became disengaged and it rolled down a hill before flipping on its side... No injuries."
At an undisclosed location in Derbyshire the couple occupying this Yaris had parked up and were strengthening their relationship. Whilst doing so the handbrake has become disengaged and it rolled down a hill before flipping on its side. No injuries. #DriveToArrive pic.twitter.com/uMBQFXuMLH
- Derbyshire Roads Policing Unit (@DerbyshireRPU) September 23, 2021
So it didn't turn out quite as romantic as Paris, the couple's little Toyota Yaris.
Two former cops who aren't in a position to pass judgement on the couple are Molly Edwards and Richard Paton.
The pair ignored call-outs to engage in 'sexual activity' in a police car, a disciplinary panel heard.
They were exposed after the vehicle was bugged, amid suspicions they were having an affair.
In an audio recording, 39-year-old Paton was heard moaning 'aww, let's just get naked' just before a 4.51am call for assistance at a burglary at electrical store Curry's.
The officers had ignored a previous call to attend Frimley Park Hospital to deal with a serious assault outside a nightclub.
The call came at 4.17am, at which time, they were parked up 15 minutes away engaging in sexual activity.
Panel chair John Bassett said in an adjudication report: "It is evident from the transcripts of what occurred after the call that sexual activity continued."
The report said the recordings captured the verbal expression of their sexual fantasies, while their sexual activity 'clearly involved the removal of some of their clothing, kissing', as well as Paton pleasuring Edwards.
Both officers resigned from Surrey Police before last month's tribunal, which found that four allegations of gross misconduct were proven, meaning they would have been sacked if they hadn't already left the force.
Featured Image Credit: Twitter/Derbyshire Roads Policing Unit
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