A shocking moment couples are filmed having sex on a Melbourne bus before the passenger intervenes

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Indecent moment couple have sex in back of bus before furious commuter intervenes – and their terrible excuse for why they did it

  • A couple from Melbourne have been filmed getting hot and heavy on a bus
  • The pair blamed autism and homelessness for their horrific act
  • A passenger confronted the couple and said “you don’t fuck the bus mate”

A furious commuter has shared a video of the moment he had to scream at a couple to stop them having sex at the back of a bus.

In a video shared on Facebook over the weekend, a man and woman are seen making out in the back seat of a commuter bus, allegedly on Melbourne’s 902 Chelsea to Airport West route.

Stunned passengers either watch in horror or pretend it’s not happening until a horrified commuter confronts the pair and shouts: ‘Listen bro, you don’t fuck on the bus mate.’

The couple later scream back that the man doing the deed is homeless and has autism, in an apparent attempt to excuse their affection.

A couple from Melbourne have been filmed getting hot and heavy on a bus (pictured).  When confronted about why the couple carried out the lewd act, they blamed autism and homelessness

A couple from Melbourne (pictured) have been filmed getting hot and heavy on a bus.  When confronted about why the couple carried out the lewd act, they blamed autism and homelessness

A couple from Melbourne (right) have been filmed getting hot and heavy (left) on a bus. When confronted about why the couple carried out the lewd act, they blamed autism and homelessness

The angry passenger does not take kindly to their reasoning.

“I don’t care if you’re f***ing homeless, don’t f*** on the bus,” he said.

‘I don’t care if you have autism, it doesn’t give a f*** on the bus.

‘Drop the hell and go to the park or something..’

Facebook users were equally outraged by the sexual act.

“There’s a time and a place you shouldn’t blame him for complaining, no one wants to see that there are kids probably on that bus too using his autism as an excuse,” one person wrote.

“Dude put him right in his place,” commented another.

Another said they too had autism and ‘never done anything like this in my life’.

In Australia, a person can face a criminal conviction and a sentence of up to two years in prison for willful or indecent exposure.

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