Brit couple defied Covid rules by sneaking woman into Barbados hotel for threesome

Andrew Luker and Julia Knighley were caught sneaking a woman into their room (Image: MEGA)

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A British couple have reportedly been hit with heavy fines after sneaking a woman into their hotel room for sex.

Andrew Luker and Julia Knightley invited the guest to their luxury hotel in Barbados, but were spotted by a security guard.

A magistrate said he was "baffled" by the couple's actions as he hit them with £2,200 fines.

Police discovered Luker, Knightley and Mikaela Jacas having a drink after a threesome at the Turtle Beach Hotel in St James, according to the Daily Mail.

Ms Jacas was spotted by a security guard climbing over a wall shortly after midnight and making her way to the couple's room, it is claimed.

Julia Knightley was arrested along with partner Andrew Luker
(Image: MEN MEDIA)

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The guard contacted police, who rounded up the trio.

Luker, from Rochdale, and Knightley, 41, from Cheadle Hulme, were each fined £2,200, and released on £7,000 bail.

The couple were each fined £2,200, and released on £7,000 bail
(Image: MEN MEDIA)

Luker was arrested after a security guard spotted the woman
(Image: MEGA)

They were told they would be jailed for nine months if they do not pay up within a week.

Knightley reportedly told a court that she did not know she was not permitted to invite guests to her room.

Luker said he regretted his actions, stating: “Beyond that there is nothing to say besides to apologise.”

Magistrate Ian Weekes said the couple's actions had "baffled" him – stating that if they were infected with Covid-19 they could have caused an outbreak in the local community.

They arrived in Jamaica on December 28 and are due to depart on January 9, the Mail reports.

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