- ANGUS THOMPSON
- HERALD SUN
- APRIL 01, 2014 12:51Pm
A COUPLE filmed in a pornographic shoot on a Melbourne train could face police action.
Authorities have slammed the sleazy production, which has appeared to more than 200,000 viewers on a popular ■■■■ website.
The video shows a clearly identifiable man and woman engaging in sex acts in broad daylight as they sit in a carriage on the Epping route before getting off at Reservoir Station.
At least two unsuspecting passengers are seen in the carriage, one little more than a metre away.
The pair are then filmed having sex on the black locomotive in Edwardes Lake Park in Reservoir, a popular spot for children and families.
Victoria Police spokeswoman Senior Constable Melissa Seach said the frisky couple faced fines of $563 each for behaving in an insulting or offensive manner.
The pair can be seen walking along a Melbourne train station. Source: Supplied
Another spokesman, Sergeant Kris Hamilton, said the pair should be ashamed of themselves.
â€œIt is offensive and inappropriate and people caught will be dealt with by police by either copping a fine or being arrested,â€ he said.
â€œI use public transport daily and I‘m sure I speak on behalf of other commuters when I say this is not what you want to be subjected to en-route home after a tough day in the office,â€ Sergeant Hamilton said.
Metro Trains spokeswoman Larisa Tait said the video appeared to be up to four years old and produced shortly before Metro took over the Melbourne‘s rail network.
â€œDespite its age, none of our customers should have to be exposed to this kind of offensive behaviour.
â€œWe urge our customers to contact their driver, station staff or the police if they ever witness offensive or anti-social behaviour on a train or at a station,â€ Ms Tait said.
Darebin Council will also probe the video to put a finger on the perpetrators.
Spokesman Dave Bell said the council had no record of approving the saucy shoot and said the producers could, at the very least, be penalised for filming without a permit.
â€œWhen you‘re talking about adult films I don‘t think you‘re ever going to find a council in a position to approve that sort of activity in a public space,â€ Mr Bell said.
The Herald Sun emailed questions to the Australian production company, Girls Out West, today, but didn‘t receive a response.