Mortified teens hear their parents having sex so instantly try to stop them… and it’s even more cringey

YOUR kids overhearing – or worse yet, walking IN – on you having sex has got to be one of the most embarrassing things that can happen to a parent.

But just when you thought the situation couldn't get any worse, spare a thought for these poor parents whose children decided to document the cringe-worthy moment on TikTok.

At the end of last year, the teen heard some suspicious thumping sounds coming from her parents' bedroom upstairs.

Sitting on the sofa in the living room with her younger brother, it then dawned on her that her parents had snuck off for a quickie.

"For f***s sake," she said. "They're f****ing shagging."

Rather than trying to drown out the sound of the banging headboard, the teen and her brother decided to not-so-innocently call up to their mum to ask about the noise.

"MUM," her sibling yells. "What is all that noise upstairs?"

After finally getting her attention, he then mimics the noise he heard by banging on their bedroom door… which luckily remains closed.

And just when we thought it couldn't get any worse, the mum then blames it all on the computer. Classic.

Unconvinced, her son replied: "The computer thing making banging noises mum? Please, it's 8:30."

The mortified teen then captioned the clip: "There should be a rule that adults shouldn’t fondle when the kids are awake…"

The video has racked up over 64,000 "likes" on TikTok- and people were in hysterics over her brother's line of questioning.


Another added: "Out of all the things to say, she said COMPUTER."

A third joked: "My thoughts and prayers go out to you."

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