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Thursday, July 18, 2013

Even Local Porn Shop Says Sex on BART Is Nasty

Posted By on Thu, Jul 18, 2013 at 9:01 AM

Riding the train
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Remember that really graphic BART sex video that went viral recently -- you know the one that you wish you could un-see, but can't? Turns out, even adult entertainers are a little turned off by the whole thing.

The San Francisco-based online adult retailer GameLink, well-known for selling porn and other kinky stuff, got all parental on the young couple who recorded themselves getting it on while sitting in a BART seat.

Here's what the city's porn gurus had to say this morning about that nastiness:

We at GameLink love and cherish our city of San Francisco. All of our employees use the BART, and with the current video in circulation, our knowledge of sex, fluids, and what people do in their personal lives, we do not condone this type of behavior. We agree with BART when they tell customers to respect those around you and keep it in the bedroom. Our employees use Bart to come to work, and while we enjoy all different kids of adult movies, both professional and amateur, there is a time and place for that and BART is not one of them.

The amateur adult video was uploaded, attracting more than 1 million views (you know who you are!). BART has said sex on trains is not just repulsive, but illegal. BART says it's investigating the incident, and if it gets the chance, it'll will probably ban the youngsters from, um, riding the train ever again.

Sigh. And because we know you want it (NSFW):


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Erin Sherbert

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Erin Sherbert was the Online News Editor for SF Weekly from 2010 to 2015. She's a Texas native and has a closet full of cowboy boots to prove it.

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