UNILAG Students Caught Having Sex In Public (Video)

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A video of two students of University of Lagos (UNILAG) having sex in public has gone viral on various social media platforms.

The Herald gathered that the students were unaware that they were being filmed by some students who were in a building above them. The students hid their faces and ran off, when they later realized.

Earlier, The Herald reported a leaked sex tape of two former students of Babcock University. 

According to @Kiinghidee who gave an insight into the sex video, the sex tape was made on the premises of the school, and Nigerians have wasted no time in sharing the video on various social media platforms

The girl is believed to be an accounting student of Babcock while the guy in the video is believed to have been expelled from the school before the sex video was made.

Meanwhile, the Babcock University had described a circulating sex video of its former students as a blessing in disguise for the institution.

The school said: “We are happy to be saddled with this challenge as an institution because it propels us to contribute to the greatness of this nation and the security of a bright future for our children.”

The self-consolatory lines followed a barrage of insults directed at the school after two people rumoured to be its students were seen engaging in sex while a camera was rolling.

It was unclear how the video leaked online between late Tuesday and Wednesday morning, but it caught instant social media frenzy and elicited widespread ridicule against Babcock, a church-owned university known for its aggressive and sometimes controversial code of ethics for its students.

Many commenters said the incident was proof that expensive education might not necessarily be an antidote to questionable behaviour by young adults.

The man and woman seen in the undated video were not immediately identified. It appeared to have been shot at a budget infirmary.

In its statement, Babcock clarified a few areas that were hitherto unclear to those who have seen the video or commented about it on social media.

The school said the young man in the video was a former student of the school who had been previously dismissed after authorities realised he had become hooked on drugs and other “grievous misconducts”.

“His girlfriend in the same video, until the video broke out, [was] a third-year student of accounting of this university. After due process, she was expelled from the university for violation of university rules and regulations,” the school said in the statement signed by its communications director, Joshua Suleiman.

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