Randy Daniella Hirst, 28 and Craig Smith, 31, were waiting for their stuffed crust pizza when they let their 'exuberant spirits get the better of them', a court heard. An x-rated minute clip shows Hirst performing a sex act on Smith up against the counter while several members of staff prepare food. The footage, which was shown in court, first shows Hirst straddling a wet-floor sign before she is thrown in a sex position midair by Smith. She then slides down Smith's trousers before appearing to perform oral sex, first standing and then crouching down on her knees.
Pervert is caught on CCTV having SEX with shop's metal shutters in Thailand | Daily Mail Online
Snapchat video of security footage from what is said to be a UK cinema was shared to Twitter, where it has since gone on to get thousands of retweets and a huge three million views. The pair soon get down to business, seemingly oblivious to the high-tech infra red CCTV system above. The cinema seems to be empty, which appears to have fooled the couple into thinking they had some privacy. But when the video was shared, it is emblazoned with the caption: "Who does this and you people don't think you'll get caught. We check the cameras darlin!!! The video has since racked up thousands of replies on Twitter, with people blasting them for brazenly have sex in the front row.
Daring couple caught out having sex in 'empty' cinema as security video ends up all over the world
By Tim Stickings For Mailonline. A pervert was caught on CCTV having sex with a shop's metal shutters in a bizarre encounter in Thailand. The motorcyclist pulled over next to the shop in the early hours of yesterday morning before using a hole in the iron grate to perform the unusual sex act. He then disappeared on his bike when a woman inside the building became suspicious of the resulting noises. The motorcyclist pulled over next to the shop in the early hours of yesterday morning before using a hole in the iron gate to perform the unusual sex act.
Public interest in the surveillance of care workers employed to care for older and disabled adults is rising rapidly in the UK. News stories and court reports provide accounts of the circumstances in which families take matters into their own hands and use CCTV or hidden cameras to gather evidence about the abuse of older people receiving care; either in institutional settings or in their own private homes. The post-Fordist deregulation of employment in the care sector, together with a lack of public confidence in the statutory bodies responsible for care standards, has created conditions in which surveillance has emerged as a new regulatory dynamic. Unable to display preview.