Leeds students caught shagging in the library

, Chief Reporter


Students grab a naughty study break between the bookshelves on level 12.

It’s everyone’s worst nightmare – trying to work in the library and getting distracted by loud noises.

So imagine one student’s horror when she overheard a couple having noisy sex in Leeds Uni’s Edward Boyle Library.

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The third year student turned to Facebook for help:

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She added: “I think they’re really near me but I don’t know where, I’m too scared to look. They keep laughing periodically and sssh-ing each other.”

But the situation escalated.

library shag 2

When asked if she was certain what the two students were up to, Kirsty said:

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The status gained almost 100 likes and even the spoof Edward Boyle Facebook profile got involved:

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But unsurprisingly a University spokesperson was quick to spoil the fun, saying: “We would hope our students would behave in a way that is responsible and respectful.”

Have you heard similar noises in the library? Do you know of a happy couple, unafraid of adventurous locations? Let us know in the comments.

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