A couple caught on camera having sex at the location where "Game of Thrones" was filmed
A particularly bold couple was caught red-handed having sex on the site where part of the series "Game of Thrones" was filmed, apparently inspired by it.
The incident caught on camera happened last week in the Old Town area of Dubrovnik, Croatia
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Sunday, 07 August 2022, 00:02
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A couple was caught on camera having sex on the set of the series "Game of Thrones" - or rather, upstairs.
Lucky that Cersei's "March of Shame" scene was filmed right next door, because the audience is already waiting for them there with harpsichords.
The fortified capital city of the Seven Kingdoms that was the seat of the Iron Throne and where Queen Cersei Boni and her family lived was filmed in Dubrovnik, Croatia.
In the New York Post it was reported that a passerby strolling for pleasure in the Old City area at night suddenly caught a couple having sex in public, he of course pulled out his phone and recorded them in what looks like another daring scene from the fantasy series notorious for its sex and nudity scenes.
The viewing of the documentation is intended only for over 18 years of age
In a video taken last week, the couple is seen leaning against a stone wall in the historic square that was used as a setting for the fictional city of King's Landing.
It is not clear whether inspired by the series or not, the two had sex enthusiastically - without so much as a glance at who might be walking around the area.
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Like the last season of the series, the act ended in an anti-climax, with a stranger admonishing them in a distant voice and making them desist before "De Winter is Coming".
The video ends with the two running away in embarrassment.
Dubrovnik in reality compared to the series:
Since "Game of Thrones" put the city on the map, the Old City area is flooded with tourists.
According to The Telegraph, 18.4 million overseas tourists arrived in Dubrovnik in 2018, an increase of more than 100% in the eight years since the rise of "Game of Thrones".
As previously reported in The Post, Dubrovnik became a central filming location for the series, after executive producer David Benioff visited the area and was surprised by how well the Croatian city matched the description of Ma'ale HaMelech in the books of George R.R.
Martin on which the series is based.
The medieval port city subsequently served as the backdrop for many of the show's most memorable scenes over its 8 seasons.
Its subsidiary series, House of the Dragon, will air on HBO on August 21, and the next day also Biss, Hot and Cellcom TV.
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