Woman removes knickers and sits on blokes face for £100 in packed beer garden

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A video circulating online shows a woman remove her underwear before squatting on a bloke's face, apparently for a bet, in a packed beer garden.

The clip was allegedly shot at music venue Chinnerys in Southend, Essex as the sun beat down on a beer garden beside a busy road.

Several blokes cheer on the woman as she begins to squat, with one yelling "100 quid, go, go!" as the man recording the grim clip repeats the figure.

The woman, who looks to be in her mid to late forties, then covers her face and squats as the group of men cheer.

She then appears to gyrate on the younger man's face, before someone shouts "Oh! She's loving it."

Some people cover their faces in disbelief while others laugh.

At one point in the clip two security guards or police officers appear behind the fences, apparently ready to intervene.

The woman is then seen hurridly pulling up her underwear.

"The sun brings all the freaks out down Southend," wrote one Twitter user, sharing the video.

In response, one man added: "Every time I drive past Chinnerys I thank my lucky stars I’m not the type of person that drinks at Chinnerys."

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"Of course it’s f***** Chinnerys," added another.

Another man noted that the lewd act took place "across from a childrens theme park."

He is most likely referring to Adventure Island, the theme park right across from Chinnerys, which Essex Live reported was "very busy" today as temperatures reached record highs today (Friday, June 17).

Whilst public sex acts are not specifically illegal, according to Sexual Offences Act 2003, indecent exposure could be recognised as a type of sexual crime.

A person found to be displaying parts of themselves in a public space could be considered as morally unacceptable and may even be offensive to others.

The act of exposing oneself whether alone or with another in a wooded area or spaces which can easily be seen by others, is considered indecent.

Essex Police and Chinnerys have been contacted for comment.

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