Obscene moment couple has sex in the back of a BUS before an irate commuter intervenes – and their hideous excuse why they did it
- A Melbourne couple is filmed getting hot and heavy on a bus
- The couple blamed autism and homelessness for their horrific act
- A passenger confronted the couple and said ‘you don’t f*** on the bus mate’
By Ben Talintyre for Daily Mail Australia
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An irate commuter has shared a video of him having to yell out at a couple to stop them having sex in the back of a bus.
In a video shared on Facebook last weekend, we see a man and woman romping in the back seat of a commuter bus, reportedly on Melbourne’s 902 Chelsea-to-Airport West route.
Stunned passengers either watch in horror, or pretend it’s not happening, until a horrified commuter confronts the couple and yells, “Listen brother, you’re not fucking on the bus, mate.”
The couple later yells back that the man performing the deed is homeless and has autism, in an apparent attempt to excuse their display of affection.
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The angry passenger doesn’t stick to their reasoning.
“I don’t care if you’re homeless, f*** not on the bus,” he said.
“I don’t care if you have autism, it doesn’t mean you’re on the bus.
“Go fuck in the park or something…”
Facebook users also revolted against the sexual act.
“There’s a time and place, don’t blame him for complaining, nobody wants to see kids out there who are probably on that bus too and using his autism as an excuse,” one wrote.
“Dude put him right in his place,” commented another.
Someone else said they also had autism and ‘never done anything like this in my life’.
In Australia, a person can be criminally convicted and given a prison term of up to two years for intentional or obscene exposure.