There was plenty of noise as police in Northwest England swooped on a house in Barrow in the early hours of Sunday.

A pair of resonant residents prompted the call after they disturbed their neighbours with a bout of noisy lovemaking.

Sergeant Ian McClymont said police were used to clamping down on loud music and raucous parties on weekend mornings.

However, the call-out to the terraced house in Roose at 2am on Sunday required a slightly different approach, he said.

He said: “Loud noise can be an issue for us. In addition to the usual people coming in at night and thinking they will carry on the party, this was some loud lovemaking, which I suppose is the diplomatic way of putting it.

“We dealt with it tactfully. In the heat of the moment when people get back home after a night out they can lose sight of the fact they are little bit louder than they should be and a neighbour complained.”

The amorous couple in question were gently advised to be good neighbours, as well as good lovers.

Police refused to name the street the couple live in but later posted on Twitter about the call-out: “#noisyneighbours an issue this weekend. Complaints of loud music & loud love making! #Showsomerestraint #respectforneighbours #noneedfornoise”

Sgt McClymont said: “Our officers attended and tactfully dealt with the situation. It is the simple case that people need to appreciate whatever they do, whether it is playing music or having a party or a barbecue, they should consider their neighbours.”

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