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YouTube has pulled a "steamy" vid of a London couple indulging in rooftop rumpy-pumpy.

According to The Sun, staff at Soho production company MJZ caught the pair on camera on Wednesday and promptly posted the 30-second shagfest on YouTube.

An MJZ producer said: "I was working away and looked up and saw this bloke and a girl in the doggie position going at it on top of a building across the road. I couldn't believe it, I started laughing and shouted to a couple of my colleagues and then one of the girls grabbed a camera and began filming it. They were going at it for a good 10 minutes but stopped a few times in between for a well earned break."

The location of the entertainment is believed to the top of the Windmill Theatre building in Great Windmill Street. The Windmill International, an "upmarket table top dancing club", last night denied its staff were the stars of the grumble flick.

The Sun has, as is the local custom, obtained a copy of the film which is available via the main story. ®

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