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Coronation Street slapped with Ofcom complaints after intimate Paul Foreman scenes

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Coronation Street has come under fire after some fans weren’t impressed with risque scenes involving Billy Mayhew and Paul Foreman.

After receiving numerous Ofcom complaints, Coronation Street took a hit.

It follows private moments involving Peter Ash’s character Paul Foreman and Daniel Brocklebank’s character Billy Mayhew.

Recently, the newlyweds have been going through a difficult period, particularly in regards to their sexual lives.

As viewers have seen, Paul’s MND condition is worsening. He is now primarily wheelchair-bound, and Billy is experiencing erectile difficulties.

They overcame their dry spell last week, when they were spotted semi-naked on the couch, even though their sexual life had appeared to be nonexistent for some time.

The aftermath, in which they laughed about their antics in bed, was shown, even though the private moment was not broadcast.

Billy never used his muscles, Paul quipped, to which his husband shot back, “You weren’t saying that 10 minutes ago.”

Nevertheless, it appears that some fans weren’t fond of the sultry scenes because a lot of them complained to Ofcom.

On Wednesday, the television watchdog announced that it had received 52 complaints regarding the previous week’s episode.

When the episode aired, viewers wasted no time in airing their grievances as many flocked to Twitter to share their thoughts.

@fansvfavourites said: “We do NOT need to hear about Paul and Billy’s sex life #Corrie.”

@TheGrimesTwins3 added: “Do not really wanna hear about Paul & Billy’s sex life thank you. [sic] #Corrie.”

@DavidHe47935675 commented: “Crying after sex, disgusting behaviour!”

@StuartYoung001 tweeted: “Best sex the vicars ever had. I really needed to know that.”

@Studiowayne1978 said: “That is a bit tmi [sic] sounds like a late-night Corrie episode.”

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