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COUNCILLORS IN SUTTON have branded a series of X-rated movies – shot in broad daylight in a ‘taxi’ in the South London town centre – as “absolutely disgraceful”.

The explicit film footage shows a female ‘taxi’ driver picking up men in locations, including the St Nicholas centre car park and a number of town centre streets, including Langley Park Road, where South Sutton councillor Trish Fivey lives.

Mrs Fivey said:

It is absolutely disgraceful that this is happening in public, not to mention right on my doorstep. It is very worrying indeed that it is going on under our noses, in broad daylight, where anyone could walk by and be subject to this indecency.”

A spokesman for the housing association Orbit South, which owns the garages apparently featured in the Langley Park Road footage, said it would investigate.

The association’s head of housing Catherine Charles added: “We are grateful that this activity has been brought to our attention and we will be working with our partners to investigate this incident and take the necessary enforcement action.”

A spokesman for the St Nicholas car park said the organisation was “aware of an incident” and had reported the matter to the police. Director Gavin Walker added: “The onsite security team informed Sutton Police, who dealt with the incident swiftly.”

A Metropolitan Police spokesman confirmed that two people were arrested after reports of a couple “behaving indecently” in a taxi and added: 

The taxi was stopped by police in Grove Road, Sutton. Police officers spoke to the occupants, a woman aged 28 and a man aged 39 and they were both arrested. However, after carrying out enquiries, there was insufficient evidence of any criminal offences having been committed.

This is not the first time Sutton has been used as a location to shoot ‘taxi’ porn films and comes after a council investigation in 2013 (see opposite) heard reports of hard core porn films being shot on the top floor of the Gibson Road car park.

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