Outrage as Shameless Couple is Caught Having S*x in a Fire Engine (See Photos)


A randy couple have left people outraged after they were caught having s*x near a fire engine in broad daylight.

The couple caught having s*x at a fire engine

Fire chiefs in Manchester are trying to discover the identity of a couple who were caught having s*x at a fire engine. A worried citizen snapped the couple and posted it on a swingers site.

It is believed the man involved in the incident is a firefighter.

According to The Sun, the photo shows the n*ked blonde being pushed up against a fire tender’s side window as she romps in the cab.

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Only her partner’s hand is visible as it snakes round to grope her left breast. The snap was one of a series of explicit images posted on a swinger’s website in the profile of someone claiming to be a fireman.

In the photo a firefighters’ uniform and equipment can be seen behind the couple.

The website address of the Greater Manchester fire service is clearly visible on the engine’s door. The profile claims to be from “6ft 5ins Callum, 27” who is “genuine fire crew.” It shows a rear view of a man in full firefighting gear.

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He claims to be “athletic” with tattoos and seeking women aged 18 to 60 for “adult parties, blindfolds, dogging and group s*x.”
Fire chiefs are determined to track down the culprits — who face the sack for misuse of brigade equipment if they are firefighters.

A source said: “There is real anger within the fire service that a colleague abused his position by having sex in an engine and used the image on a swingers’ site.

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“From the image, we know at least two people were having sex and another was taking the photo, which means at least three people were probably in a Manchester fire station endorsing this indecent behaviour.

“It’s not a laughing matter and heads will roll. Images like this don’t help the service.”

Greater Manchester Fire Service confirmed an investigation is under way.

A spokeswoman said: “We’ll do everything we can to find out about how this picture was made and who was involved.”


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