Shell workers fired after filmed sex tape goes viral

The couple, who are both married to other people, were allegedly filmed having sex by 32-year-old, Mr Hanlon on his mobile phone.

Shell workers, Lee Hanlon and Amy Maxwell, got sacked over their sex video that went viral

A pair of randy oil workers who allegedly filmed themselves having sex in a hotel room before the video went viral, have been sacked from their jobs.

Lee Hanlon and Amy Maxwell were both agency staff working for oil giant, Shell, when a video of them indulging in carnal acts was reportedly shared on social networks.

It is claimed that his wife, Charon then discovered the video and sent it on to a number of his contacts, including workmates and bosses at the company.

The footage, taken in a Premier Inn this month, was then shared widely and it has since been revealed the pair have lost their jobs at Shell.

Charon, 37, is alleged to have set up a WhatsApp group called "shagging" and, posing as her husband, posted the videos with the message: "Been caught cheating on wife and 8 month old baby with slag from Shell. Anyone else up for it?”

According to The Sun, she is also said to have scratched "cheating b*****d" into the paintwork of his Audi car.

It is claimed that Lee and Amy, 33, met six months ago while working at Shell's decommissioning plant in Aberdeen.

When quizzed about the incident, Amy told the Sun the video had ruined her life.

She said:

"Everybody has seen the videos. It has ruined lives. It wasn’t an affair, it was a one-off. It was only on his phone for two days before his wife found it."

Both couples are said to be staying together despite the incident.


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