Mum films couple ‘having sex in front of kids’ before admitting ‘we f***ed up’

This is the shocking moment a couple appear to be caught out having sex in a park in front of children – before casually admitting “we’ve f***ed up”.

The shameless duo were allegedly caught in the act on Friday (April 23) at Edinburgh Playing Fields in Aylesbury, Bucks.

A fuming mum filmed the moment she confronted the pair and shared it to Snapchat.

In the footage, she walks up to the couple and exclaims: “Excuse me, there are kids over there and you’re having sex.”

The man, lying beneath his counterpart who does not appear to have any underwear on, simply says: “Yeah, I know.”

“What, you think that’s alright?” the parent furiously replies.

They both admit that “they don’t” but, bizarrely, the seemingly naked woman continues to sit on the man.

“We have done wrong,” the woman adds.

The person behind the camera furiously replies: “So why are you still sat on him and you’re f***ing in a park? My child is seven years old. You lot are taking the f***ing p**s.”

Finally, the woman climbs off her male counterpart as the parent shouts: “Have some f***ing respect.”

“I know, we’ve f***ed up,” the red-faced woman adds. She then appears to take issue at being filmed to which the raging parent replies: “Yeah I am filming because you’re having sex in a f***ing park.”

The video has since gone viral on both Facebook and Reddit, horrifying viewers.

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“Wow, just wow,” is all one user could say.

Another local added: “Stay classy Aylesbury.”

A spokesperson for Thames Valley Police said the incident was reported at 3.50pm on Friday but no arrests have yet been made.

They said: “The matter has been recorded as an exposure and an investigation is ongoing to identify the offenders."

Anyone with any information is asked to call 101 or visit its website, quoting investigation reference 43210172437.

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