Cawfields – the great Frogs porn scandal!

14th April 2013

by Richard Booth

Four members of Tyneside 114 had set out that morning with the intention of nothing more dramatic than a quiet training dive in Cawfields quarry in the rugged hills of Northumberland. Little did they realise on that fateful morning that they would soon be forced to confront one of Northumberland’s darker secrets, taking place only yards away from Hadrian’s wall, in a quiet secluded countryside car park and noted ‘beauty spot’ run by the National Trust.

Yes, they had accidentally discovered that Cawfields is in reality a prime ‘frogging’ site!

In the dark weed filled waters of the old quarry amphibian passions are currently running high despite the chilly 5° centigrade water temperature.

Tyneside 114 Diving Officer, Mr Andy Hunt later commented, ” Its outrageous that such things are taking place so openly and brazenly in plain view of the general public. Its only down to good fortune that we had no junior snorkel members out with us that morning who otherwise would been exposed to such scenes of carnal depravity.’’

Still in something of a state of shock after what they had earlier witnessed during the course of their morning dive, the Tyneside dive party were forced to retire to the nearby Twice Brewed public house for some urgent beer and lager therapy.

Still, it just goes to show that you must always expect the unexpected when out diving with Tyneside 114 even on the most routine of training dives!