15:36 GMT26 January 2021
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    One of the women filmed frolicking in the fountain was reportedly tracked down by cops via the use of open source intelligence (OSINT) techniques.

    Police in Seville, Spain are on the hunt for revellers accused of breaking lockdown measures, and have reportedly fined two scantily clad women who were filmed dancing in a public fountain. 

    The video in question, thought to have been recorded early in the morning, shows the ladies singing and twerking in their bikinis as a man laughs behind the camera. 

    According to the Daily Mail, the cops managed to identify the culprits by using open source intelligence (OSINT) techniques. They were charged with "breaking the 10pm to 7am curfew, failing to wear masks and bathing in a public fountain.”

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    One of the ladies reportedly uploaded a series of pictures on Instagram "which revealed a gathering in a flat near the Plaza de la Encarnacion," as officers continue to search for the other partygoers so the health authorities can record their details in case contact tracing is required. 


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