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A female commuter says she was left 'so uncomfortable' after a depraved couple took part in a sex act opposite her — and then smirked at her when she left the train.
The brazen pair took part in the indecent activity on the 1.30pm Sheffield to Cleethorpes service on Sunday January 2, reports GrimsbyLive.
The woman, who wished to remain anonymous, revealed she decided to sit opposite them rather than a drunk group of men nearby because she thought they seemed 'nice'.
But as the Transpennine Express train reached Scunthorpe she was shocked to hear the man undo his belt, and began to wonder "what on Earth" was going on.
She told the local news site: "After a while, the man had his pants down – I didn't know where to look.
"I was coughing loudly and looking out the window to try and make them aware that I was there.
"At one point, the man pulled his coat over the lady, but you could clearly see what was going on. I just felt so uncomfortable."
As both the woman and the couple got off the train at Cleethorpes station, she shook her head at the pair to express her disapproval of their sordid activity.
But to her dismay they weren't apologetic, and instead "smirked" when they looked back at her.
The lady told Grimsby Live that the lewd act was the "strangest thing I've ever seen" and that she "definitely didn't want to see it".
She added: "They must have been in their 30s, I was just so shocked they would even think about doing something like that.
"I felt incredibly uncomfortable throughout the whole thing. I spent £200 on a return ticket from Bristol to Cleethorpes and that is not what I wanted to experience."
A spokesperson for British Transport Police told GrimsbyLive: "We received a report on January 3 of a couple engaging in a sexual act onboard a train Cleethorpes. The incident occurred on January 2.
"Further witnesses or anyone with information can contact BTP by texting 61016 or calling 0800 40 50 40 quoting reference 287 of 03/01/22."
A TransPennine Express spokesperson stated that the "safety and comfort of our customers and colleagues" is of "paramount importance" to the firm, and apologised for "any distress" experienced during the journey.
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