Couple caught on camera having sex in hotel opposite office building


THIS is the jaw-dropping moment a randy couple were caught on camera having sex up against a window opposite a packed London office.

The passionate pair were filmed romping while pressed up against the window of Motel One, a London hotel, in broad daylight.

As the video plays, office workers can be heard wildly laughing.

The couple were filmed by nearby office workers. Picture: The Sun
The couple were filmed by nearby office workers. Picture: The SunSource:The Sun 

The video was captured by stunned office workers who couldn’t believe what they were seeing.

But despite being in full view of the public in broad daylight, that didn’t stop the couple from going at it.

An office worker who works locally but didn’t wish to be named said: “It’s obviously not the kind of thing you see every day.

“We couldn’t really believe it. It was taken last week and since Monday has been going round to all the workers on WhatsApp who work in the area. Everybody in the office is talking about it.”

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Another worker said: “People found it very funny — to see people having sex in the middle of the working day while sitting at your desk is hilarious.

“It’s fair to say it was a bit of a distraction for those whose offices face the hotel and it made for some interesting meetings.

“I think it went on for about twenty minutes. No one knows who the couple are but they were clearly enjoying themselves and must have known they were being watched.”

The worker said the couple “must have done it on purpose”.

They said: “About once a month, people in this building seem to catch someone at it, through a hotel window.

“The hotel has become rather famous for it among people who work here.”

The footage is understood to have been filmed by workers an insurance company based in the city, with one worker saying the whole office was talking about the incident.

The accommodation, which describes itself as a “budget designer hotel” has 291 rooms starting at £98 ($AU157) a night.

It opened in December 2014, with its website saying: “Happy guests and happy staff are at the heart of what we do.”

The Sun has contacted Motel One for comment.

This article originally appeared on The Sun.