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Herne Bay dog walker discovers couple engaged in sex act

By KentOnline reporter

A dog walker enjoying a stroll was given an early-morning shock – after encountering a couple engaged in a sex act.

Kevin Voller took to Facebook to reveal how he had stumbled across the amorous couple at 7.30am on the Downs in Herne Bay.

The picturesque spot, which overlooks the sea, is popular with joggers and dog walkers.

The Downs in Herne Bay

The Downs in Herne Bay

Mr Voller wrote on the Herne Bay Chatter group: “Took dog out this morning at 07:30 to be greeted on the Downs by a couple performing an oral sex act.

“They didn't stop until I was passing.

“If I had my grandkids with me I would not have been impressed.”

The post met with a mixed response, with some people unimpressed with the couple’s actions, while others made light of the situation.

Michelle Judge shared a similar sight she had seen in a nearby car park.

“You might want to give Bishopstone Glen car park a miss after dark,” she wrote.

"Drove down there once as I realised I'd left my sunglasses on the picnic bench.

"Got a bit of a shock. Just said ‘don't mind me, just getting my sunglasses’. They did apologise and the lady looked so embarrassed.”

The day after Mr Voller’s encounter, another man posted that his wife had gone dog walking on the Downs at 7.30am......but had forgotten the dog.

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