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Shocked motorist captures man making love to a woman while driving

By Mirror | Feb 15th 2016 | 1 min read

Moscow: There was a shocking moment a motorist was allegedly filmed having sex while driving.

The footage was captured by another driver, who spotted the X-rated sight as he travelled though Moscow's Domodedovo district in Russia.

In the video, a man in his late twenties can be seen steering a BMW X6 down a busy ring road - while a woman straddles him.

He grips the steering wheel with one hand, but uses the other to pat and stroke the female's back.

As he does so, the woman buries her head in his shoulder and moves back and forth in an unmistakable motion.

Although the couple appear to be fully clothed, they had actually partially stripped and were having sex, according to local media.

The woman had climbed onto the man's lap after they had both agreed they were in a 'playful' mood.

The pair are believed to be friends and aged 29 and 30 respectively, Life News reports.

The age of the driver who captured the startling sight is unclear.

The penalty for engaging in sexual intercourse while driving is around 500 rubles (£4.30).

Police are said to be investigating the incident.

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