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Police investigate illegal pornography shoot that occurred in full view of families and kids

October 26, 2017  |  Posted by: Francesca Falzarano
Police investigate illegal pornography shoot that occurred in full view of families and kids

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Cops probe illegal pornography shoot that took place in full view of kids.

Authorities are looking into an illegal pornography shoot in Seville, Spain after two women wearing nothing but high heels marched through the streets and pretended to have sex in front of children.

The naked duo modeled for a camera crew following them in a park and a square in front of the historical Palace of San Telmo — the seat of the local government.

They also outraged locals and tourists during their jaunt in broad-daylight by getting into a horse-drawn carriage with no clothes, The Sun report.

Town hall chiefs are working with local authorities to ascertain the identities of the camera crew and the two models responsible for the illegal pornography shoot.

The porn shoot involved a total of four people — two performers, a cameraman, and another man presumed to be the director. Youtube/Solarpix/Pacific Coast News

The shoot, which occurred without council permission, took place Saturday and moved so quickly that police were unable to catch them after being informed of the incident by astonished witnesses.

Many of the surprising scenes were recorded by a single cameraman, working in conjunction with a second person believed to be the director, in front of families and young children.

Investigators are focusing on the fact that kids observed the shoot, which would be considered criminal, rather than the simple fact the women were not clothed, which is not an offense.

A town hall source stated: “The Spanish Penal Code states that a person who commits obscene exhibition in front of minors can receive prison sentences of up to a year as well as a fine.”

The naked women posed for a camera crew in front of landmarks in Seville, southern Spain, including the front of the historical Palace of San Telmo – the seat of the regional government Solarpix/Pacific Coast News

The local government is also looking into the possibility of requesting state prosecutors to launch a separate probe.

Officers believe that a porn company specializing in outdoor shoots is behind the event.

Madrid and Barcelona have been stricken with similar illegal shoots in the past.

One mother in a park with her child said: “I couldn’t believe what I was seeing. It was shocking.”

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