A couple filmed romping on a train carriage have been spared the shame of a court appearance after cops REFUSED to charge them.
The pair – who are believed to have been on the Glasgow to Edinburgh service – enjoyed a tryst in an empty carriage.
But despite officials from ScotRail saying they’d work with police to look into the x-rated footage after it leaked online, it has emerged the dirty duo will not be charged.
Instead, a probe has been launched to unmask the identity of the person who posted it online.
The two-minute clip, which has been viewed online hundreds of thousands of times, shows the couple kissing before the woman lies down on a table.
It then appears to show the man performing a sex act upon her before climbing on top of her.
One rail passenger said the video clip was “clearly posted” by a person with access to the train’s CCTV equipment.
“As a member of the travelling public who uses trains when travelling alone, and frequently with children, I’m concerned that images captured in stations and on trains can end up being viewed by people who think it’s acceptable to post them online,” she said.
Officials at British Transport Police have confirmed that the Information Commissioners Office (ICO) has taken on the investigation in relation to the data breach, and the probe into the leak continues.
The spokesperson also confirmed neither of those caught on the video would be in the dock.
“After consultation with Procurator Fiscals Office, no criminal charges will be brought,” he said.