Woman filmed having X-rated romp on a grave 'was cheating on the dad of her baby'

Danny Snell, 38, and Hayley Burrows, 34, were filmed enjoying a wild time on a gravestone in Holy Trinity Parish Church in Shaw, Greater Manchester, in broad daylight.

A stunned dog walker captured their antics and posted the footage online – and it went viral with more than 35,000 views.

Cocky Danny boasted their X-rated romp had gone on for 45 minutes.

But yesterday Hayley’s mum Jacqueline Burrows, 61, revealed that her daughter has a seven-month-old son with her boyfriend long-term boyfriend called Dave – but this is not the man she was filmed bonking with.

Jacqueline claimed Hayley had everything going for her but now worries she may have thrown it all away in her public exhibition with Danny, whom she is ‘obsessed’ with.

Jacqueline, from Royton, Greater Manchester, said: “It’s her own fault. Danny got very jealous when Haley had her son and got in touch with her.

“He’s just come on the scene again and spoiled her relationship with her boyfriend.

“Danny is a loser. He doesn’t have a job. He lives at home with his mum and dad.

“Dave and Haley had been together 10 years when she had their son. She’s had three goes of IVF to have her son. He’s 7 months old.

“Then he’s (Danny) got in touch with her. She’s still with Dave. He knows about Danny. He says this better be the last time.



“She let him back into her life. Dave is such a nice person. They are going to Magaluf next week.

“It’s her fault.

“They went through all that to have a baby and she’s got everything in the world. He’s just got this influence over her. He knows it and he uses it.”

Church officials were appalled at the the couple’s behaviour – especially as the grave, dating back to the 1890s, is overlooked by several houses.

A Greater Manchester Police spokesman said: “Shortly before 7.30pm on Tuesday 29 May 2018, police were called to reports of an indecent exposure at a graveyard on Church Road in Shaw.

“Enquiries into the full circumstances around this incident are ongoing.

“Anyone with information should contact police on 101 quoting incident number 1964 of 29/05/18.”

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