Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email A couple who had sex in a Domino's pizza delivery shop are facing prison after they were caught on CCTV committing "lewd and obscene" acts. Daniella Hirst, 28 and Craig Smith, 31, were waiting for their stuffed crust pizza when they let their "exuberant spirits get the better of them", a court heard. An X-rated minute clip shows Hirst performing a sex act on Smith up against the counter while several members of staff prepare food.
At around half an hour long, the whole court hearing today was only around 12 minutes longer than the footage itself. Hirst, of Gypsey Road, Bridlington, sat at the back of the court with her hands over her eyes as the more explicit parts of the footage was shown. The footage, which was shown in court, first shows Hirst straddling a wet-floor sign before she is thrown in a sex position midair by Smith. The footage was shown at Scarborough Magistrates' Court, where the pair faced charges of outraging public decency.
Hirst, 29, pleaded guilty to the offence today and Smith, 31, was found guilty in his absence after a trial lasting barely 30 minutes. Danielle Hirst and Craig Smith hugged and kissed before engaging in a sex act Image: PA The pair performed the sex act largely shielded away from the camera out of shot in the corner of the takeaway shop in Scarborough, North Yorks.
A court heard Hirst later described her behaviour as "horrendous" and she "cringed" when watching the CCTV footage back during police interview. North Yorkshire Police were first made aware of the footage by the local media after it was posted on Twitter by a member of the Domino's staff.
Daniella Hirst, 28, pleaded guilty Image: Facebook Hirst pleaded guilty to committing "an act outraging public decency by behaving in an indecent manner" after the frisky pizza shop incident.
Smith was found guilty in his absence, due to him being on remand for other offences. The couple, from Bridlington, East Yorks, had spent the weekend drinking and celebrating Smith's birthday when they got the train to Scarborough on February 25 Prosecuting, Neil Holdsworth said: In mitigation, he said: Clearly, they were in drink and let their exuberant spirits get the better of them.
PA Magistrate Angela Beardshall said: Members of the public were present and so were staff. Like us on Facebook.