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    Liverpool Concert Square Girl’s Video on Street and on Train explained

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    Liverpool concert square girl is trending on Twitter and TikTok after a couple of her videos (on the street and on the train) emerged online. People left Scandalized after watching Liverpool concert square girl video on the street and Liverpool concert square girl video on the train.

    However many people have no idea about who is liverpool concert square girl and what are her videos all about. We will explain this all in this article, below.

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    According to details, There is a video going viral on social media which shows a girl in Concert square in Liverpool giving some man head and getting shagged by him in the train in front of many people. The video was first posted on Twitter by a user “robbierad2k” and it has been viewed by 24K people so far.

    Robbierad2k Twitter account posted this video and wrote in the caption: “CONCERT SQUARE SINNERS 🤣🤣 in the street too #concertsquare #liverpool #street #bj #shame.”

    Tue duration of the video is only 40 seconds and it shows the girl giving head and then standing in front of the guy. The guy shows fingers to people around them and yells “man…..”

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    Screenshot of liverpool concert square girl video on the street

    The Liverpool concert square girl has been identified as Kelly Cousins, 35, but the man in the video has been not recognized yet. You can watch Liverpool concert square girl video on Twitter by going through this link.

    Liverpool Concert Square girl video on train

    Yet another video of same Liverpool concert square girl, Kelly Cousins, has emerged on Twitter which shows the same girl in the train, getting shagged by the same guy. The caption written on the video reads: “Only in Liverpool some bird getting shagged on a train.”

    Liverpool concert square girl video on a train

    This video was also posted by Twitter user robbierad2k and it has gained more than hundred thousand views so far. The duration of the video is only 16 seconds.

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    You can watch the Liverpool concert square girl video on train by going through this link.

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    Woman charged after explicit video filmed in Liverpool’s Concert Square

    A WOMAN, Kelly Cousins, who became viral by Liverpool Concert Square video, has been charged after a video went viral on social media of two people having sex in Concert Square in Liverpool City Centre.

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    Kelly Cousins, 35, of Merton Street, Bootle, has been questioned by police and charged with outraging public decency. 

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    She was bailed with conditions not to enter Liverpool City Centre and will appear at Liverpool Magistrates Court on Tuesday, September 20 at 1.45pm. 

    Enquiries remain ongoing to identify the male in the video and anyone with any further information is asked to get in touch. 

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    Liverpool Community Policing Superintendent Diane Pownall said: “We are investigating video footage circulating on social media which shows two people having sex in a public place in Liverpool City Centre. 

    “We would urge people to refrain from sharing the video on social media and instead report anything they know about the video, or those involved, to us so that we can investigate.  

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    “Merseyside Police will not tolerate illegal acts of public indecency on our streets and, rest assured, we are working to find those responsible and bring them to justice.

    “All year round we work tirelessly with local businesses, Liverpool City Council and other partners to make sure that our City Centre is a safe place for people to come and visit and experience our nightlife.

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    “We are clear that we won’t let such unacceptable behaviour from a small minority of people tarnish the reputation of our city, so please, come forward with any information and we will take action.

    “Anyone with any information about this incident can contact us via our social media desk via Twitter @MerPolCC or Facebook ‘Merseyside Police Contact Centre’ with reference 22000564600.

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