Police were forced to pepper spray a man and woman and drag them out half-naked after they were caught having sex in the toilet in a pub in County Durham.
Bar staff reported the woman, 23, and the man, 30, after loud noises were heard coming from the ladies' toilet at around 8.30pm on Wednesday night.
The couple refused to come out of the loo, so police were called and had to burst through the toilet door at the Stanley Jefferson pub in Bishop Auckland, County Durham.
According to the Mirror, a source said: "The bloke went crazy and started kicking off. He was shouting and swearing and throwing punches.
"He was pepper-sprayed as a result and dragged out in his birthday suit by a number of officers."
A female officer tried to tackle the woman, but she refused to put any clothes on.
Accoriding to the Daily Record, the source added: "Eventually she too kicked off and started being violent and aggressive so they used pepper spray to calm her down.
"The officer managed to force a pair of trousers on her but she refused to wear anything else and was escorted in cuffs with her top half on full display.
"Both of them were very drunk."
They were put in the police van and taken to the police station while the rest of the pubgoers looked on.
According to the Northern Echo, a spokeswoman for Durham Police said: "A 30-year-old man and a 23-year-old woman, both of Bishop Auckland, were arrested at the Stanley Jefferson public house in the Market Place, Bishop Auckland, on Wednesday night in connection with a public order offence.
"They have been bailed pending further inquires."
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