A NAKED couple caught engaging in “late night rumpy pumpy” in a lay-by have been fined £200 by cops as their trip was deemed non-essential.
The randy pair were found by officers in Morley, near Derby, last night.
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Much to the couple's embarrassment, when police looked inside the car they found the pair naked.
Officers took to Twitter after they managed to stop what they described as "rumpy pumpy".
The amorous pair were each given a £200 Fixed Penalty Notice for breaching lockdown rules as well as a cannabis warning.
Derbyshire Police tweeted: "Morley - undisclosed country lay-by.
"Nothing ruins a little bit of late night 'Rumpy Pumpy' quite like a couple of Covid tickets and a cannabis warning."
Nothing ruins a little bit of late night 'Rumpy Pumpy' quite like a couple of Covid tickets and a cannabis warning."Derbyshire Police
Just last month, 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.
Temporary Superintendent Nathan Clark, of Norfolk Police, said the pair were found "in a state of undress" at the beauty spot.
Meanwhile, in January a naked man was spotted taking a leisurely walk through central London's empty streets during lockdown.
Locals were stunned to see the stark-naked stroller while out for their daily exercise.
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It comes as new data showed fines had surged as police continue to crack down on people ignoring lockdown rules.
Cops issued 26,277 Fixed Penalty Notices (FPNs) between January 17 and February 14.
The total number of fines issued in England is now 63,201 and 5,751 in Wales.