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Students in the University of Exeter in Britain were caught having intercourse on CCTV camera, during a safe sex ball held before Christmas last year.
Investigation began after the student's guild of the University found the footage, showing an apparently naked couple appearing to have sex, on the Internet, the Mirror reports.
Mentioning the fact that confidential footage has been filmed without their consent, the student's guild stated that it is working hard to rectify the situation, which happened even in the presence of high-level security.
The affected parties will also be supported during this difficult time, the guild added. Devon and Cornwall Police confirmed it had no plans to investigate the matter because a no complaint of alleged criminal activity had been made.
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