The disrespect some members of the public have shown towards both golf courses and guidance to stay at home during the lockdown has plummeted to a new level as one venue has revealed it found two people in a bunker having sex with each other. Several clubs have reported misuse of their courses since their venues closed in March — with reports including people using quad bikes, riding horses and picnicking in bunkers. However, according to the Scottish Daily Record , a club has now found two people having sex in a bunker during the lockdown. Hopefully, your mere presence will scare off these individuals and stop their behaviour. Hope they raked the bunker when they had finished.
Couple caught having sex in Scottish bunker
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A Stirlingshire golf club has emailed members with details of "unwanted behaviour" that has damaged its golf course during the coronavirus lockdown - behaviour that has included a couple being caught having sex in a bunker. The amorous rendezvous happened at Glenbervie Golf Club in Larbert and was communicated to club members by chairman Ronnie Nicol. Nicol explained that the club has received "an increasing number of messages about unwanted behaviour" since the UK government announced stricter measures designed to tackle the COVID pandemic on March Other examples included individuals playing the course over multiple evenings, using the practice areas, bicycles being ridden over greens and bunker lips being used as jump ramps. Hopefully, your mere presence will scare off these individuals and stop their behaviour. Glenbervie was founded in and its course designed by five-time Open champion James Braid. The course website says "its peaceful, tranquil setting lets you forget about your busy lifestyle and lose yourself in a memorable game.
Keeley Bunker: Murder-accused 'covered body with branches'
A man left his friend's lifeless body in a pond and went home for a sleep after "accidentally" killing her during sex in the woods, he told a court. Wesley Streete returned to cover Keeley Bunker's body in branches in Tamworth, Staffordshire because he was "scared people would find her". The trial has heard that Ms Bunker regarded Mr Streete as a trusted friend when he walked her home after her birthday celebration in Birmingham in the early hours of 19 September. Giving evidence on Tuesday, Mr Streete said he previously lied about what happened because he was "scared" and denied deliberately killing her. Were you with her?
Have you found yourself daydreaming over the past few weeks of what might be happening behind the closed gates of your local golf club? With space abound and people absent, I envisaged wildlife roaming free, wildflowers blooming in the rough and divot-less fairways mown in chess board stripes lying in wait for my return. The course had appealed to its members to keep watch after various degrees of damage was caused in recent weeks by dog walkers and cyclists on site.