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A Russian couple took advantage of lockdown restrictions by breaking into a deserted cinema, helping themselves to popcorn and drinks and then having sex.
CCTV footage caught the couple breaking into the Kinograd Cinema at the South Pole shopping centre in Saint Petersburg on 18 March.
In the footage, the pair can be seen stealing popcorn and drinks at the food counter before they go into a screening room.
They then have sex inside the cinema before sneaking out the next morning without being seen by any security guards.
A spokesperson from the cinema said the late-night visitors had 'respectfully' cleaned up after themselves before they left.
According to local media, the cinema is also keen to offer the couple some free tickets to a free screening for being so considerate.
But the decision has caused a bit of a stir online with many locals suggesting the lovers should be punished, not rewarded - while others have questioned the cinema's security system that allowed two people to just stroll in like they owned the place.
It is unclear if the police plan to look into the incident.
Last month, armed police attended another bizarre break in, after three men got into a locked down zoo in Hampshire and began to torment the animals.
Staff at Marwell Zoo, near Winchester, Hampshire, called police on Monday night (15 February) following reports on social media that raiders were 'throwing things' at the animals.
One clip shows a bottle being tossed at a giraffe's head, and voices can be heard laughing in the background.
Multiple police units, including armed response officers, a dog unit and a helicopter were dispatched to catch the intruders amid fears endangered animals were at risk.
Three men in their early 20s from Gosport and Fareham were arrested on suspicion of burglary after the break in at 11.40pm.
A spokesperson from the zoo said: "We are aware of the appalling videos being circulated online showing our endangered animals in distress and we continue to assist the police with their investigation.
"Our animals are all safe and those affected are being carefully monitored and cared for by our expert animal teams.
"Marwell is a conservation charity and this has happened at a time we are facing the toughest challenge in our nearly 50 year history after losing more than £4 million in revenue due to the coronavirus pandemic.
"We are humbled by the messages of support from our community and the generosity of those who have donated to our JustGiving fundraising appeal, which is helping us to care for our animals during this unsettling time."
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