jayatl56 saidI once knew a guy who was having sex in a park in Prague sometime around 2am when two beat cops came up on them and turned their flashlights on. All the did was ask if they were ok - they wanted to be sure the bottom wasn't being raped. When the two said they were ok, the police left them. It was in a park but not really in full view of anyone so I guess they believe in live and let live.
That's sound like those cops showed common sense. I used to be on a volunteer phone service run by the local Aids Council and as part of the training we were all educated about the legal do and don'ts of beat or public sex. By chance one late evening coming home from shift work, in Brisbane Qld, I was passing a park in the city known as a beat and for the young prostitutes of whom I used to occasionally stop and talk to as they were generally very talkative and liked me because I wasnt trying to sleep with them. The pro-boys would attract all the cop attention meaning the beat users in the middle of the park never got hassled, but this one time they weren't there up by the entrance to the park. I saw to police walking that way and overheard what they said about scaring the crap out of the "faggots in the park"
and decided in the moment to shortcut through the park and warn people. I saw 3 guys let them know the cops were looking to get whoever is in their. The police must have called in back up and so any escape impossible. As we approached the cops I said to the guys to not run or be rude and to only answer questions and not offer any extra info. I even made up personal details for them and said if they wished too, use those details because without id they only have to say name and address and the reason for passing through. It worked and the cops had to let us go
Another time I saw to guys approaching the entrance way and same two cops intercepted them and had threatened them verbally and held out a batton until they saw me.
The two police ceased the threatening and i pulled out a piece of paper and pen to fake righting down what i saw. Those guys where then able to leave as the police decided to come toward me but I only stayed for long enough to make sure the guys they had approached had the chance to leave
I later red in the paper the male cop (other was a junior female cop) was the subject of internal affairs investigation and had to face charges. My point to that story is that people get scared in the moment into reacting in a way that makes them seem guilty of something but if you don't get caught (witnessed directly) in most jurisdictions there is very little the police can do and if you are going to have public sex be aware of worst case scenario if you want be be able to enjoy the thrill of it and still have a plan to protect yourself should something go wrong.
On top of that and I have spoken to security people who patrol parks and to some police I have known socially and the response they gave about what they do if they are called to a beat or outdoor sex situation, is that in truth the hate trying to intervene and their preference is not to catch anyone having sex, but they would rather scare them away or ask questions that let anyone they do speak to be aware that the place is known for sexual activities already. They also added that they do not patrol closely the are that the sexual activity is known to occur, instead the most common method was to use spotlights high enough up that whoever sees them will stop having sex and make an attempt avoid the spotlight won't be caught. Police generally only go to know sexual hooku up place after being contacted by disgruntled people who are passing by or in building close to that place. I the Police are called they are forced by law to attend and at least try to make it look like they were serious about the report, but on most occasions Police would rather individuals ('self police') and not cause any disruptions to local and if that happens they would rather not turn up if theyre is little to no noise in a
Pick the spot you try outdoor sex, any place where they're is enough of a buffer so that you can see any signs of a problematic incident and above everything don't start getting down n dirty in plain view of General public who are passing by or you'll have serious problems from the Public and police.