Two former BBC radio presenters had sex in parkland in full view of a group of teenage boys, a jury has heard.
Tony and Julie Wadsworth were “partial to having sexual encounters outdoors”, in an area in Warwickshire, Warwick Crown Court heard.
The married couple, of Old Mill Lane, Broughton Astley, Leicestershire, have both worked for BBC WM and BBC Radio Leicester.
They deny charges of indecent assault and outraging public decency.
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Opening the case against the pair, Miranda Moore QC, prosecuting, said the couple had sex in the open “knowing and taking delight in the fact that young lads were watching”.
It is alleged that Mrs Wadsworth would encourage boys to engage in sexual acts with her, with Mr Wadsworth accused of being there “as a look out, encourager and minder”.
The alleged activity happened between 1992 and 1996, the court heard, and it was told it involved boys aged about 14 and one aged 11.
Tony Wadsworth, 69, denies 10 charges of indecent assault, and 60 year old Julie Wadsworth, denies 12 charges of indecent assault.
They both also deny five counts of outraging public decency.
The trial continues.