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Gay porn filmed on bus routes has Miami-Dade Transit in a tizzy

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The auteurs behind Miami porn company Bang Bros — who made their name filming men in vans who purportedly picked up "innocent" women from sidewalks and then sweet-talked them into filmed fornication on the road — seem to have turned to public transit for their newest series. A reader recently sent us a link to the web series "Project City Bus," which which will either horrify you or titillate you depending on whether you're a fan of Rick Santorum or... santorum. And Miami-Dade Transit is less than thrilled to see its bus routes in such scandalous settings.

Here's the common plot of the films therein, which we've gleaned courtesy of a two-day trial for $4.95. Man rides bus. Other man films and narrates. Bus picks up hot dude at bus stop. Hot dude helps himself to some bills from narrator's wallet. Man rides man.

The website is registered to a company called GRHK, LLC. Florida corporation records tell us that outfit, founded in 2009, is registered by the same fellow — accountant Jeffrey Greenberg — and at the same address, 820 Arthur Godfrey Rd., as Bang Productions. When we called GRHK's headquarters, we were told to email our questions to "Jordan at Bang Bros." Jordan never got back to us.

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So are these man-on-man encounters actually happening on Miami buses? To find out, we studied the videos for more clues.

In one film, called "True Power Bottom," there was an older fellow with a folding shopping cart in the background. His face was blurred and he suddenly disappeared from the shot about midway through the foreplay. Besides that cameo, we're sorry to say these videos are almost certainly staged with porn stars. We counted about three different buses used.

On one of them, what looked like a bill of sale was evident on a window. And at least one film clearly showed the bus picking up a hunk at a 73 bus stop, which travels from Dadeland South Metrorail Station to NW 186th Street in Miami Lakes.

We sent some safe-for-work stills from the videos to Miami-Dade Transit spokesperson Karla Damian, who responded almost triumphantly: "Subject-matter experts looked at the interior shots of the bus you sent via email and determined that based on various aspects of the bus interiors, this is not an MDT bus."

GRHK has not gotten permits from Miami-Dade County to film at the bus stops. "Therefore," Damian laments, "the video filmed at a Miami-Dade Transit bus stop was done without the express written consent of the appropriate permitting officials within Miami-Dade Transit."

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