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Randy couple busted after getting stuck in farmer's field

 The farmer was not happy that they had driven onto his land [Photo: Courtesy]

A couple had to call a recovery firm after the car they were having sex in got stuck in a farmer's field. The loved-up duo drove into a muddy pasture in Milton Keynes, Bucks on Saturday evening for some alone time. They were disturbed the following morning by a farmer furious that they had parked up on his land.

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Rather than let him call the police and make a trespassing report, the al-fresco lovers handed the farmer Sh7,000 (£50). The agricultural date became even more expensive when the pair realised that their motor was stuck in the mud. They had no other option but to call Campbells Recovery for help. The man told the rescue company to look for the "only Ford Focus growing in the field". 

 The Ford had to be pulled out of the mud [Photo: Courtesy]

Campbells Recovery uploaded photos of the incident to Facebook on Sunday, along with a post which read: “Probably one of the funniest call-outs we have had in a while, customer calls and says he has a dilemma. He pulled into a field to s**g a bird last night and was woken this morning by an angry farmer who wanted him off he's (sic) land. But, realised he was stuck, when I asked for a live location he said you can't miss me. I'm the only Ford Focus growing in the field.  Expensive s**g as he had to pay the farmer Sh7,000 (£50) for kipping in his field so he wouldn't call the police and then the recovery fee. P.S just to clarify no wives/girlfriends were harmed by this post... The lad gives no f***s about us putting this up.”

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The post was met with great delight from social media users. One man wrote: "Then even worse he’s wife’s just seen this post while at home looking after the kids." Another added: "My Nova back in the day never got stuck.. I got the girl to get out and push."

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