A ROMANTIC couple leave holidaymakers stunned by making a sexy splash in the sea – in broad daylight.
The daring duo were filmed romping in the shallow water as a group of shocked onlookers watched on.
The saucy clip, which was shared on LiveLeak, has been viewed thousands of times – although it is unclear where the incident took place.
The video starts with the cameraman filming what looks like a swan swimming in the water before his attention turns to the pair of lovebirds.
As the camera moves over, a bikini-clad woman can be seen bent over on all fours while her gentleman lover stands behind her thrusting.
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The incredible footage has divided opinion within the online community.
One user stuck up for the passionate display, commenting: “If you have to get your long lens out to see anything, then just f*** off and mind your own business.”
However another said: “Why can’t they just keep it for the bedroom?”
Earlier this month, a frisky woman was filmed performing a sex act on a man on a pier in Lisbon.
Another clip went viral showing a horny New York couple bonking on the front porch of their fancy brownstone.
The pair’s shameless antics had passers-by in hysterics as they went at it in full view on the quiet Brooklyn street – only pausing when the laughter became louder than the lovemaking.
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