COPS caught a naked couple romping on the Norfolk broads in breach of lockdown regulations.
The pair, who were from different households, were slapped with a £200 fine after officers found them bonking at Whitlingham Broad, near Norwich.
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Temporary Superintendent Nathan Clark, of Norfolk Police, said the pair were found "in a state of undress" at the beauty spot.
And he warned the force would ‘come down hard’ on anyone flouting Covid regulations which ban travelling beyond your local area.
Supt Clark said: “With warmer weather forecast this weekend, we understand that people will want go outside and make the most of it following the recent spell of snow and freezing temperatures
“This, combined with the 'lockdown fatigue' which has firmly set in for many people, naturally leads to the temptation of a change of scenery.
“However, it's important to remember that lockdown rules remain in place and any journeys we make should be made for essential purposes only.”
The pair were one of 59 people fined by Norfolk Police for breaching lockdown between February 12 and the following Monday.
And Supt Clark also revealed three people who hired an Air BnB for Valentine's weekend were among those fined.
Officers also issued fines to a couple from Lewisham, South London, who travelled to Heacham to enjoy the countryside.
He said officers will "continue dedicated Covid-19 patrols this weekend, with a focus on beauty spots and coastal areas".
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