Wednesday 24 June UK News feed. The pair, in their early thirties, stripped on a private grass bank at the castle, where Her Majesty was in residence. They were watched by crowds of tourists beneath the castle's Garter Tower, in full view of hotels, pubs and shops over the road. Several Japanese tourists filmed the couple for up to twenty minutes before seeing them arrested by armed Royal Protection Squad officers. The couple, who were described by police as "respectable people with respectable jobs", were said to be "mortified" by their actions.
Couple arrested for sex on lawn at Windsor Castle - world - Hindustan Times
A couple were caught having sex on a grass bank outside the Queen's residence yesterday - as hundreds of shocked tourists looked on in horror and amusement. Apparently unable to control themselves, the drunken pair stripped naked and began having sex in front of the Castle's Garter Tower in full view of a busy road and shops. One witness said that the couple - who were in their 30s - did not appear to care who was watching. Mark Robinson, 44, said: 'One window from the guardroom opened up and when a soldier saw what was going on he told his mates — and lots of windows opened.
Couple arrested for having sex near Windsor Castle
Queen Elizabeth II was at home at Windsor Castle, the sentries who guard her were on duty, and the large park surrounding the magnificent building was full of tourists on a Sunday afternoon. So it didn't take long for people to realize that something was out of order when an inebriated couple arrived from a nearby restaurant and began having sex on a grass bank outside the castle, according to witnesses. Japanese tourists filmed the couple, who only stopped when police officers arrived on the scene, witnesses said.
Japanese tourists filmed the couple, who only stopped when police officers arrived on the scene, witnesses said. Thames Valley Police said the man and woman were arrested and cautioned for outraging public decency. The queen was in the castle at the time, but her office declined Friday to comment on what had happened.