A WOMAN was caught allegedly performing a sex act on a man on the London Underground in the middle of the day in front of horrified key workers during the coronavirus lockdown.
Police were called after a furious worker filmed the couple on the Piccadilly Line yesterday lunchtime and angrily confronted them – saying their behaviour was "disgusting".
In a video she posted to Twitter, the woman shouted to the couple: "There's a time and a place" as the man allegedly performed a sex act on the man.
She then posted a video where she confronted the pair.
She told them: "Don't do it. It's wrong.
"I come here to work to look after passengers like you and I had to watch that for 30 minutes. It's disgusting. Have some respect for yourselves."
Cops were were called to Acton Town station in West London at 12.15pm yesterday to a report of outraging public decency on the Piccadilly Line.
A British Transport Police spokesman said: "Officers attended and a couple were spoken to, and had their details taken.
"Following enquiries, no offences were disclosed."
The couple were travelling on the London Underground the day after the Prime Minister effectively put Britain under lockdown.
In measures announced on Monday, the PM told people to only go to work if "absolutely necessary" and urged Brits to "stay at home".
However the PM has faced criticism as commuters continue to crowd on to the Tube.
On Tuesday, it was revealed the number of coronavirus dead in the UK had reached 422 – up from 335 the day before and the largest day-on-day increase in the number of deaths since the outbreak began.
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