'Sex sent me to the slammer!' New reality series details the real-life escapades of couples whose kinky encounters landed them in jail

A new Investigation Discovery series is set to hit American screens, documenting the steamy escapades of couples whose sex lives have landed them in jail.

Sex Sent Me to the Slammer premieres with a six-episode run on February 6, and will profile 12 law-breaking sexual shenanigans in the form of first-person interviews with the participants as well as dramatic reconstructions.

Situations include an elderly couple who get busted fornicating in a parking lot, a virgin who ends up being arrested as part of an undercover prostitution ring, and lovers whose kinky role-play is mistaken for a real kidnapping.

Oops! Sex Sent Me to the Slammer premieres with a six-episode run on February 6, and will profile 12 law-breaking sexual shenanigans in the form of interviews and dramatic reconstructions (pictured)

'Sex Sent Me to the Slammer': When role play goes wrong

'Each episode recounts two darkly humorous and deliciously embarrassing accounts of people who get caught, cuffed and in some cases thrown in jail after engaging in some serious hanky-panky,' states Indigo Films, who produced the show.

'These are real people who can honestly say that their hot encounters landed them in hot water with the law.'

 

Awkward: One couple (pictured) are taking part in a steamy Valentine's Day role-play which ends in a real-life arrest after a witness calls the police 

Fun's over: Another similar scenario sees a couple (pictured) enjoying a spur-of-the-moment love session on the roof of an apartment building, which cops assumed was a sexual assault

Coming soon: Sex Sent Me to the Slammer will run on Fridays at 10pm, starting February 6 on Investigation Discovery

Sneak peek: 'Sex Sent Me to the Slammer'

One couple, Nick Harbor and Stephanie Pelzner from Portland, Oregon, are taking part in a steamy Valentine's Day role-play; Nick driving his bound and half-naked girlfriend around the neighborhood 'yelling' at her.

According to the show's trailer, a witness eventually calls the police, culminating in a real-life arrest.

Another similar scenario sees a couple enjoying a spur-of-the-moment sex session on the roof of an apartment building.

The couple's romantic antics were swiftly halted after eye-witnesses mistook the scene for a sexual assault and called in the police. 

Sex Sent Me to the Slammer, produced  by David M. Frank and Carl Schick, will run on Fridays at 10pm, starting February 6 on Investigation Discovery.

By Annabel Fenwick Elliott For Dailymail.com

Published: 16:58 EST, 26 January 2015 | Updated: 10:18 EST, 27 January 2015