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Police investigate sexual act filmed in Bicester

Thames Valley Police is appealing for witnesses to an incident of outraging public decency in Bicester.

On Friday (17/5) Thames Valley Police became aware of a video circulating on social media that appears to show a man and woman engaging in a sexual act in Pingle Field, Bicester.

Thames Valley Police is appealing for witnesses to an incident of outraging public decency in Bicester.

On Friday (17/5) Thames Valley Police became aware of a video circulating on social media that appears to show a man and woman engaging in a sexual act in Pingle Field.

This act was filmed and subsequently appeared online.

A woman, aged 30, from Bicester has been arrested on suspicion of outraging public decency and suspicion of possession with intent to supply class A drugs.

The source of the video is being investigated and officers would like anyone who knows where the film came from to contact Police.

Officers would also like to speak to anyone who witnessed this incident.

It is understood the offence took place on 11 May during the day, but it is currently unclear at what time.

Police are asking anyone who has seen the video not to share it - but report it as inappropriate content.

Investigating officer Detective Inspector Jon Capps based at Banbury police station, said: “We would like to speak to anyone who was a witness to this incident.

“This happened in daylight hours in a very public area, and we believe there were many witnesses to this offence who have yet to come forward to police.

“We would also like to speak to the person who filmed the incident to assist with this investigation.

“Incidents of this nature are rare but we would like to remind and encourage anyone who witnesses incidents of this nature to report it to the Police.”

If you have any information about this incident, please contact the non-emergency police number 101 quoting the reference 43190149071 or make a report online.

If you do not wish to speak directly with police, you can call the independent charity Crimestoppers 100% anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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