An Alberta man and a Saskatchewan woman have agreed to pay for a video site to post explicit sexual acts on a popular online sex camgirl’s website.

The two camels were spotted last month in the forest near an area near a remote village in southern Saskatchewan.

The site was originally called “Camel Sitting” and has since evolved into “Celeste.”

The site features dozens of videos, some of which feature women being filmed having sex with strangers.

In one video, the camels can be seen sitting on the ground with their backs turned to a man who is filming the sex act.

The man can be heard saying, “Hey!

Are you ready for some fun?,” to which the camel responds, “Sure.”

A police report obtained by CBC News says the cameled woman had been dating the man for about a year before the incident.

The victim was “horrified” and says she was in a bad mood the night of the incident because she had been in the same town the night before and had drunk a lot.

“I was crying,” she said.

The video is not available on the camming site but was posted to a porn website called My Wild Life.

In a written statement provided to CBC News, a spokesman for the Saskatchewan police force said there was “no indication” of any criminal wrongdoing on the part of the two camel owners.

“Cameras in Alberta have been seized and destroyed by the Alberta Criminal Code and are considered illegal, including any recording device or video camera,” he said.

“It is not clear if the two owners have been charged in the province.”

The website has since been taken down.

The RCMP say they have received multiple complaints about the videos but no arrests have been made.