The United Nations on Thursday said it had suspended two of its staffers for suspected sexual misconduct after a video clip surfaced last week showing a sexual act taking place in an official UN vehicle in Tel Aviv. In the second video, a woman in a red dress is seen straddling a man in the back seat of a clearly marked white UN vehicle. Another man appears to be asleep in the passenger seat. The clip was shared widely on social media on Friday.
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The victim had no idea she had been filmed having sex in the park until people told her they had seen the footage shot and shared by year-old Dylan Poupard. A teenager filmed himself on his mobile phone having sex in a park then showed the footage to his friends. The victim had no idea Dylan Poupard had recorded the encounter until people told her they had see the videos, a court heard. Swansea Crown Court heard the incident took place in a park in the Haverfordwest area of Pembrokeshire last summer. Tom Scapens said Poupard and the year-old girl had consensual sex in the park but that unknown to the female the defendant recorded two short videos on his mobile phone. Poupard subsequently showed some of his friends the clips. The court heard he also sent the footage to one person via Snapchat though it is not know whether the person who received the footage went on the share it more widely with others.
UN suspends 2 for suspected involvement in video showing sex act in Tel Aviv
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Back to Your pregnancy and baby guide. It's perfectly safe to have sex during pregnancy unless your doctor or midwife has told you not to. Having sex will not hurt your baby. Your partner's penis can't penetrate beyond your vagina, and the baby cannot tell what's going on. However, it's normal for your sex drive to change during pregnancy.