A randy couple was caught having a fiery romp after a 999 call to a blaze in their street.
Fire crews dashed to the road after reports of flames and smoke coming from a house.
Two fire engines were spotted in the street with their blue lights flashing.
But it turned out to be a false alarm and the only hot action was going on in a bedroom overlooking the drama in Margate, Kent.
One neighbour glanced up and saw the silhouette of the pair in an upstairs window.
He said: "I couldn't believe my eyes. Because it was dark and the light was on they stood out."
The man joked: "The stamina was impeccable.
"Having had dislocated my knee three times, just watching them made my kneecap twinge."
In the clip, a man could be seen repeatedly going up and down from the window.
The rampant pair were spotted just after 10pm on Wednesday.
A Kent Fire and Rescue Service spokesman said: "It looks like a false alarm.
"We sent two fire engines but there was no sign of a fire or smoke."
Hammersmith fire: Flames rip through flat as firefighters swarm scene
Meanwhile, a blaze ripped through an Indian takeaway trapping residents in a flat upstairs in Scotland on Sunday.
Around 40 firefighters who raced to Elrasheed in Perth city centre rescued a number of people.
One woman was seen being carried from the building and others were evacuated as flames and thick black smoke filled their tenement homes.
It's understood the fire spread to a property above, causing damage.
Area MSP John Swinney tweeted: "Hope everyone is okay."
Scottish Fire and Rescue Service said: "Crews remain in attendance."
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