Daredevils are caught having sex in the “study room” of the University of Birmingham

UNIVERSITY leaders started an investigation after shocking a video showing two students having sex in a study room.

The footage was shot by a student while the couple performed in full view of fellow students at Birmingham City University.

    The couple was filmed while having sex in a Birmingham City University study room

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The couple was filmed while having sex in a Birmingham City University study room
    The footage was shot at Birmingham City University, pictured

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The footage was shot at Birmingham City University, picturedCredit: Alamy

The footage, which was shared on social media on Saturday, shows the man and woman through a window in the study room doors.

They seem unaware or indifferent that their activities can be easily observed by other students.

As the camera zooms in, students’ footage is heard exploding with laughter.

The video was shared online by the student with the caption: “Anyone who is thinking of coming to BCU? Think again. This is our study room for you.”

The BCU claimed to be aware of the clip and to investigate claims on the property.

The video, which recorded over 5,000 likes before being removed from Twitter, shocked social media users.

@ JUGGING4L wrote: “My university dishonors me again”. @OnlyYouPhilly added: “The new generations are built differently”.

@JMilan said: “They didn’t even think of turning off the lights.” And @ zish1995 replied: “What the hell didn’t I expect, I’m not booking those private rooms again.”

Famous BCU alumni include comedian Frank Skinner, Duran Duran star John Taylor and BBC broadcaster Charlie Stayt.

A spokesman for the BCU said: “We are aware of the fact that online footage of an incident that is said to have taken place on one of our campuses has been released.

“We are studying the footage and its origins in order to identify its position and determine if there has been a violation of university policy.

“Measures will be taken if it is ascertained that someone has acted in violation of university policies or, if the police believe that a crime has been committed, the law.”

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