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Couple caught having sex on Gothenburg bus

Couple caught having sex on Gothenburg bus

Published: 05 Nov 2012 09:59 GMT+01:00
Updated: 05 Nov 2012 09:59 GMT+01:00

“The driver called the police, it wasn’t enough to tell them off,” said Stefan Gustavsson of the police to local paper Göteborgs Posten (GP).

The police received a call just after 6am on Sunday after the man and the woman had been found involved in sexual intercourse on a local bus, which was carrying passengers toward Brottkärr in Gothenburg.

“The driver was bothered by what was going on and I guess the other passengers were also bothered," said Gustavsson to the paper.

The lovebirds, who seemingly couldn’t keep their hands off each other, were interrupted when the police entered the vehicle. Unperturbed by events they chose to continue their journey in a taxi.

Police didn’t know what had happened to them after that:

“You’d have to ask them – they seemed rather frisky on the way back,” Gustavsson told GP.

According to the paper the other passengers had not been “impressed by the performance.”

Despite being caught in the act in public, the couple are not under suspicion for any criminal offence.

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Your comments about this article

10:54 November 5, 2012 by byke
Welcome to Sweden.
11:00 November 5, 2012 by Matewis
But never on any bus that I travel with.....
12:35 November 5, 2012 by joeyt
Just keep an eye out for the HDR bus. There can't be that many...
13:20 November 5, 2012 by Keith #5083
Well, I've heard of free internet availability on buses, but not 3D porn. Damn, you got everything here in Sweden!!*!
14:08 November 5, 2012 by Grokh
funny when you call the police because of a crime they take ages or dont even show up.

but when its something harmless like public sex they seem the first on the scene.
14:36 November 5, 2012 by Eagle63
Ha ha, some time ago here in The Netherlands there was this girl giving a guy a BJ in the back seat. Nobody cared. The amused driver noticed it and just switched off some of the interior bus lights

I remember clearly...;

I was that busdriver... ;-)
15:05 November 5, 2012 by chemo007
@ Eagle63

True story because i was that guy......i appreciate ur sense of care.
15:21 November 5, 2012 by Svensksmith
I'm surprised they didn't charge extra for the show.
15:28 November 5, 2012 by Stolpskott
"Swedish girls regularly have sex everywhere, including with Polar Bears on the street corners of Stockholm, if they have not had any men in the last hour or so..." is a common racial joke/stereotype of Swedish women in many countries.

While most people know those stereotypes are not true, behaviour like this only enforces that stereotype... but it rarely seems to happen when I am on the bus :(
16:51 November 5, 2012 by mibrooks27
God, I love Sweden. I can think of this one gorgeous brunette I met on a bus in Gotheburg. I was too dumstruck that she introduced herself and I smiled and engaged in ordinary conversation. What a dweeb! Ths was the single most gorgoeus woman I have ever laid eyes on, showing interest in me, maybe flirting with me, and I did nothing! This was 15 years ago and it will haunt me for all of my life. Swedish women are quit simply the most beautiful women on the planet. If they want to have sex on a bus, (Cue Dr. Seuss - "...on a train, in the rain, in a car, at a bar,....), count me in :)
19:17 November 5, 2012 by JosePatricio
I wanna go to Sweden :)
19:34 November 5, 2012 by MikeKams
Why was i not invited ?
20:58 November 5, 2012 by teejees
I live around the corner from the bus stop that they got thrown off at as per the GP article it was J A Wettergrens gata,

http://www.gp.se/nyheter/goteborg/1.1117722-hade-sex-pa-bussen

I have been in situations where I have stayed in dorms at hostels with couples having sex when there were other people in the same room but never come across it on a bus. Yes it would make people uncomfortable but what I would be more concerned with would be if there were children who witness this on the bus, hopefully there were none.
00:39 November 6, 2012 by philster61
This must've happened in the mid 90s before Sweden became the politically correct state we currently have now..... I miss the 90s. I miss Sweden in the 90s. It was a dream. Women were open, didn't care about this and that. They were supercharged with more hormones than anybody else....I must have missed something the last ten years........
08:20 November 6, 2012 by rise
#14

Sweden in the -80s was even better... If only someone could turn back the clock..!

The political correctness as of today is the new state religion of Sweden. It is a mass psychosis and a destructive disease spreading like cancer.
03:11 November 7, 2012 by rebelart.se
i bet that driver wish he had an automatic bus.....

one hand on the wheel....one hand on the wheel....

swedish girls are legal prostitutes...sex..sex...sex...

open their heads and you will find a clitorus....
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