Couple who refused to stop having sex under Tay Road Bridge removed from sex offenders register

A pair who had sex underneath the Tay Road Bridge in full view of passersby have been sentenced.

Drug-addled Frank Watt and Cheryl Johnstone refused to stop the act — which took place in broad daylight on a Sunday afternoon — despite being shouted at twice by a bridge CCTV operator while cyclists and members of the public passed close to them.

Both Watt, 31 and Johnstone, 32, previously admitted the charge at Dundee Sheriff Court.

Fiscal depute Isma Mukhtar told the court a bridge CCTV operator saw the pair at 2.15pm on November 5 last year sitting on a concrete wall at the foot of the public stairwell leading on to the footpath of the bridge.

She said: “He could see the accused Johnstone appeared to be performing a sexual act on the accused Watt for a number of minutes. He left the control room and shouted at both accused to stop what

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