THIS brazen couple had a holly jolly Christmas as they went for a sleigh ride together in front of shocked clubbers in Grimsby.
As the couple went jingle ball rock, their extraordinary antics were caught on camera at The Beach Bar club.
The footage of the couple having themselves a merry little Christmas was shared widely on the club's Facebook page.
Anne Coleman, chair of Cleethorpes Pub Watch, was disgusted by the couple's behaviour on 'Mad Friday'.
She told the Grimsby Telegraph: "It is not acceptable. Thankfully these incidents are very few and far between. But it is not acceptable.
"It is clear that the door staff and management were distracted in some way, otherwise they would have dealt with it and ejected the two of them.
"There would have been about 500 to 600 people in there. The staff would not have been aware and were probably dealing with something else, like a drunk person. No one would allow that to happen.
"I think the person who filmed them is just as bad as the two people. Someone thought it was funny to film it but it is unacceptable. They are idiots.
"Why would any woman allow someone do that to them? Did they go out that night with the intention of doing that? They were probably drunk. How many people have sex in toilets that you don't know about?"
She added: "But what can you do? It's Christmas. Have the police not go enough to do? Yes. Do people want to find out who the couple are? I doubt it."
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Philip Campbell, manager of the club, insisted no couple had ever had sex in the venue before.
He said: "This is not the norm in Cleethorpes. This kind of behaviour is not tolerated.
"We have zero-tolerance to drugs, aggression and sex. People come to have a nice time. On Mad Friday everywhere was busy. It would have happened out of the eyeline of staff, door staff and management. But as soon as they were spotted it would have been stopped and the people asked to leave. "
He added: "People have kisses all the time. But if it gets to this level someone is going to be taken out. It is something that needs to be done in their private lives. If people take their shirts off in the club they are asked to put them back on. "