Delhi Metro video of intimate couple leaked, again

  • IANS, New Delhi
  • Updated: Jul 23, 2013 23:49 IST

Days after Delhi Metro filed a complaint on a footage of couples getting intimate at Metro stations that was uploaded on porn sites, another such video has surfaced online.

The video clip shows a couple in an intimate act on the stairs of a Metro station and in a train.

"The DMRC (Delhi Metro Rail Corp) has passed on this video clip to its chief security commissioner for investigation. The earlier video clips of a similar nature are also being examined by the Cyber Crime Cell of Delhi Police," Anuj Dayal, Delhi Metro's executive director for corporate communications, said.

"The DMRC also appeals to the public to maintain decorum, discipline and etiquette while travelling on the mass transit system," Dayal said.

Earlier, over 250 clips of couples in near-empty trains were made into two- to eight-minute videos and uploaded on porn sites.

Before complaining to the cyber cell, DMRC blamed the Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) for the leakage as it monitors CCTV footage.

However, CISF refuted the allegations and clarified that they are just the "monitoring agency".

The DMRC, the city's lifeline, ferries nearly two million passengers on weekdays and makes over 2,800 trips daily.

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