Entertainment of Wednesday, 8 December 2010
Source: News One
News-One has received yet another copy of a sex video currently circulating among students of the University of Ghana, Legon and believed to have been acted by two students on campus.
The hard-core pornography captures the two students completely naked like peeled bananas, enjoying a hot bout of sex that lasted some twelve minutes and nineteen seconds.
Though not proven beyond doubt, reports say the two students reside in the International Students Hostel and that they deliberately recorded their sex intercourse so they would watch later and compare which of them is best at having sex.
It has also not been established exactly how the recording became public but reports say the male student involved got careless with his pen drive on which the video was saved.
Though what is making the rounds on the university’s campus is just an extract of the intercourse, News-One has the entire tape that captures the faces and nakedness of the two love birds.
The Sex: The recording did not actually capture any foreplay between the two. It shows the girl seated on her student’s mattress inserting her gingers into her private part when the male walked up to her. Both of them were already naked so the girl simply laid back and the male laid on her, inserted and started banging.
They changed positions a couple of times from the missionary, to a doggy, to a horse ride with the girl on top and then a blow job. The male finally ejaculated in a doggy position.
The Room: Only one angle of the room is captured. It shows a three-shelve mini cabinet on the wall and a student-sized bed. The bed had a white bed-sheet that had red and black designs. The pillow case was yellow and there was a teddy bear on the bed.
The mini cabinet had a shito jar and a few cups and plates as well as a sauce pan. The wall had what looked like a few family photos and there was a fridge in the room.
Recording One’s Sex: It almost became common in recent times for people to video their sex and watch later. In a few instances, some of them found their way into the public domain and raised eyebrows. News One