Not safe anywhere! Couple are caught having sex up Austrian mountain

Not safe anywhere! Couple are caught having sex by webcam 6,500ft up Austrian mountain

  • Couple caught by a camera which takes shots of the mountain every 20 minutes 
  • Photos went online after the camera software failed to catch the private moment
  • Incident happened at Nock Mountain National Park in the Gurktal Alps in Austria 

A couple have been caught on camera having sex 6,500ft up an Austrian mountain. 

The camera, which takes shots every 20 minutes, managed to capture the alfresco romp and post it online after software failed to notice the pair and switch off the lens. 

The images, captured by cameras in the Nock Mountain National Park in Austria, show the unidentified pair of mountaineers having an erotic moment while taking a break from hiking.   

The two initially sat next to each other and enjoyed the scenery before the camera caught them lying naked and tightly entwined on the grass at around 12.20pm.

A couple have been caught on camera having sex 6,500ft up an Austrian mountain by a webcam that takes shots of the area every 20 minutes

The unknown love birds disappeared from the camera’s sight 20 minutes later at 12.40pm, but went viral when the images appeared online. 

In Austria, any recordings of public places are tightly regulated and in most cases prohibited with severe fines for any breaches.

Ronald Schellander, from the WMS company (WebMediaSolutions), explained that panorama and weather cameras are not considered surveillance cameras since they do not continuously transmit recordings.

He added that these types of monitoring systems usually take high-resolution photos several times per day and expressed his concern at the uncomfortable situation in which the intimate images were made public.

The two initially sat next to each other and enjoyed the scenery before the camera caught them lying naked and tightly entwined on the grass at around 12.20pm

Schellander said: ‘Basically, we position cameras in such a way that no people can be recognised due to the resolution of the camera or the distance.’

He said that, usually, they would use the software to make sure people’s faces are pixelated, and that nothing that breaches anyone’s privacy was published.

However, it appears that the software did not manage to flag these images, possibly because the couple’s faces could not be seen.

According to local media there is an information board on Nockalm Road, which leads to the national park, that indicated that the area is covered by cameras. 

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