Spanish landmarks springing up all willy nilly in new porn vids

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SOME of Madrid’s most recognisable landmarks have popped up in a new online video, although the production is of a decidedly titillating nature. 

A few weeks ago, a young woman was seen strolling through one of Madrid’s busiest commercial neighbourhoods. Not such an unusual sight – save for the fact that the she was blindfolded, gagged, and wearing next to nothing.

Earlier that day, the same woman had been spotted with her bare breasts exposed, arms bound behind her back, and a ball gag stuck in her mouth. She was paraded through the streets right in front of Madrid’s Reina Sofia, a museum which houses contemporary art by such masters as Dali, Picasso, and Miro. Some people laughed and took pictures, while other horrified onlookers rebuked the actors and crew and dragged their children away.

Shortly after the video was filmed, pictures of the young woman surfaced in the Spanish newspaper El Mundo, which inquired as to whether a crime had been committed. However, it soon emerged that the attention-grabbing scenes had been part of a pornographic video that was being filmed in the city. Now, the final product has made its online debut.

In the aftermath of the incident, Madrid’s City Hall was quick to announce that no filming permits had been conceded to the crew, but also pointed out that such permits were not needed unless tripods were being used. However, police are wondering if the incident was illegal due to the exhibitionism and public nudity on display, which could potentially be punished with a fine between €100 to €600.

The video seems to be the latest in a trend in which pornographic filmmakers attempt to film scenes of a sexual or explicit nature outside, in broad daylight, and in front of Spain’s most famous landmarks. Some of Barcelona’s most cherished sights have made recent appearances in homemade porn films, including Gaudi’s Sagrada Familia Church and the La Rambla thoroughfare.

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