Midweek Sport - - NEWS - By RACHEL SPENCER

RANDY BBC staff have been given the green light to have SEX in their plush new of­fices.

Thou­sands of work­ers, in­clud­ing Match of the Day’s Gary Lineker, have been moan­ing about re­lo­cat­ing to Aun­tie’s £877mil­lion Me­dia City in Sal­ford.

But there is a sil­ver lin­ing to the move af­ter one of the Beeb’s top bosses said it’s okay for them to BONK there.

Rachel Cur­rie, Di­rec­tor of Em­ploy­ment at BBC Peo­ple, let slip the saucy pol­icy in an in­ter­view she gave to in-house mag­a­zine Ariel.

She was asked by Steve Blears of Ra­dio 5 Live if he would get sacked if he was caught hav­ing sex or not hav­ing a TV li­cence!

And she amazed ev­ery­one when she re­vealed there isn’t an of­fi­cial ‘no-bonk­ing’ rule in place to stop staff get­ting naughty.

She said “There is no ‘no sex on the premises’ rule but I would have thought our new open­plan of­fices and glass­fronted meet­ing rooms would be a suf­fi­cient de­ter­rent these days for all but the most ad­ven­tur­ous.”

Our BBC in­sider said there is now an un­of­fi­cial chal­lenge now to be the first to get it on. He said: “You’d have to be pretty brazen to have sex in the of­fice, es­pe­cially with CCTV be­ing on 24 hours a day.

“But now we’ve had an all-clear there’s a bit of a com­pe­ti­tion to see who’s go­ing to be first.

“I’ve heard peo­ple say­ing they’re go­ing to get a kitty to­gether so they can re­ward the first of­fi­cial BBC bonker.

“I just hope if Gary Lineker does it it’s with wife Danielle not Mark Lawren­son.”

HARD AT IT: Me­dia City in Sal­ford and ac­co­mo­dat­ing boss Rachel Cur­rie

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