Couple arrested for stripping, openly having sex outside Windsor Castle

An amorous couple gave bystanders a right royal eyeful when they stripped naked and had sex in a park within sight of Windsor castle.

LONDON — An amorous couple gave bystanders a right royal eyeful when they stripped naked and had sex in a park within sight of Windsor castle.

Witnesses say the couple were enjoying a picnic on the lawn last Sunday, but appeared to have too much to drink and began having sex on their blanket.

The Queen was at home in the castle at the time, but it is not known if she witnessed the spectacle.

For sure a lot of other folks did, including some Japanese tourists who filmed them in action, according to one witness.

Mark Robinson says he also saw a window opened on a guardroom at the castle, quickly followed by several others. Robinson says the couple didn’t seem to care who was looking and “just kept going as if they were in their own bedroom.”

He says they only stopped when police arrived on the scene. Thames Valley Police say they arrested a man and a woman and cautioned them for outraging public decency.

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