A sex pervert who’s thought to be over 40 years old, was caught pants down at a Jurassic Park. In the shocking video captured by a CCTV camera, the half naked woman was seen performing a sex act on one baby dinosaur model in a seaside resort, reports confirm.
The mystery woman’s behavior has been described by many as appalling and an “all time low”.
Police say an investigation has been launched to find the weird woman who shamelessly straddled a baby dinosaur to satisfy her uncontrollable sexual urge.
For reasons yet unknown, vandals damaged the model earlier this month, and now a woman finds it sexually attractive for some disgusting public sex acts.
The abused art work is a baby dinosaur named T-Rex which is breaking out of an egg. It is said to be part of the Exmouth Dino Trail in Devon.
Most parents reacted in horror after news of the incident surfaced online, calling out the woman as a sex offender.
“I worry as children play with these dinosaurs, I was disgusted,” said a mother who reacted after seeing the picture on social media. “I feel sick to think that children are anywhere near that.”
John Thorogood [organiser of the Exmouth Dino Trail in Devon] said: “I saw the image on social media and was completely disgusted by it.
“It was clearly a deliberately posed photograph of a very immature adult engaged in a sex act.”
“Whilst we have had some deliberate damage to the dinosaurs in past weeks, this episode brings things to an all time low as far as these important and very popular assets to our town are concerned,” Mr Thorogood added.
“I hope the police are successful in tracing this woman and dealing robustly with it.”
Sergeant Richard Stonecliffe said: “We have been made aware of two pictures that were posted on social media this week which appear to show a woman exposing herself whilst undertaking a distasteful act in public, and exposing herself in a local public house.
“Enquiries are underway and we are attempting to identify the woman in question.”
Sergeant Stonecliffe however, advised internet users on the dangers of posting pictures of themselves online.
He added: “We recommend that members of the public think very carefully before posting any images on to social media.
“All sections of society, and people of all ages have access to websites and forums.
“This means images possibly taken in jest and that you would not share in the cold light of day, may go viral and be seen by children, you family, neighbors or colleagues.
“Even if the offending images are quickly removed, they will often have been captured or saved by someone and then they could easily be re-posted.
“What may be deemed amusing to one person can be deemed offensive and upsetting to others; this could see you in trouble with the police.”