Thursday 17 August 2017

Video on porn site shows couple performing sex act on garda car

The man and woman are heard talking on the video and the woman has an English accent. Stock Image
The man and woman are heard talking on the video and the woman has an English accent. Stock Image
Cathal McMahon

Cathal McMahon

Gardaí have launched an investigation into the circumstances surrounding a video uploaded to a porn website, allegedly showing a man and woman engaged in a sex act on a squad car.

The man is believed to be wearing a jacket similar to those worn by gardaí in the course of their duties.

Handcuffs can also be seen in the footage shared on an adult website.

In the clip, which lasts just under five minutes, the couple hold up a copy of an Irish tabloid newspaper from last Saturday in which it was reported a woman was filmed engaged in a sexual act with members of the Defence Forces.

It's believed the same woman appears in both videos.

It's understood the footage was filmed in the south-west of the country.

The man and woman are heard talking on the video and the woman has an English accent.

The woman's face can be seen but the man's is not visible. The woman is not believed to be a garda and it is not known if the man is a serving garda.

It is understood that an investigation was launched after the video was uploaded on to the site over the weekend.

However, the Irish Independent understands a full internal investigation is under way in a bid to establish the origins of the tape and how a squad car, Garda jacket and handcuffs appeared in the video.

It is not believed that a criminal investigation has been launched following the upload of the video.

Since the video was posted on to the porn website, it has been viewed thousands of times.

"It would appear to be a proper Garda raid jacket, proper handcuffs and a legitimate squad car," a source said.

"Early indications are that this was in the south of the country."

It is the latest in a number of recent scandals to rock An Garda Síochána and is likely to cause a further headache for the embattled force.

Irish Independent

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