George & Amal Clooney CAUGHT In XXX-Rated Scandal As Cops Blast 'Illegal Sexual Activity!'

Mar. 3 2017, Updated 10:11 a.m. ET

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George Clooney's been caught in the middle of an XXX-rated sex scandal — horny thrill-seekers are meeting for gay and bisexual orgies on the doorstep of his English country manor!

In an undercover investigation, Radar has found the Downton Abbey–like mansion owned by the actor and his pregnant lawyer wife Amal sits next to a shady lane favored by sex-crazed swingers.

"The area is covered with used condoms, and once the sun goes down it's full of parked cars with steamed-up windows," a shocked neighbor told Radar. "George is furious!"

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Local cops have been forced to crack down on the illegal activity, known as "dogging." It's a form of public exhibitionism that's common in Britain, but virtually unheard of in the U.S.

"Doggers are always looking for new places to get a thrill. It's a big deal here, and they'd love nothing more than to be caught in the act by George or Amal," a source at the Hollywood star's favorite pub, The Bull, told Radar.

Shameless locals post X-rated ads online in their hunt for no-strings-attached orgies in the parking lot on Sandford Lane, a short walk from the couple's home in Sonning, Berkshire.

One ad, viewed more than 3,000 times on the website Swinging Heaven, begged for "three-man action."

In another, a self-described "busty, bisexual female" extended an open invitation, and advised: "Come after dark, when the walkers have gone home!"

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Cops recently busted a 60-year-old man who was found naked below the waist, and he was slapped with a $110 fine.

Radar has also learned dogging has its own bizarre set of rules. For example, if a couple is having sex in a car and the interior light flashes, others are invited to join in!

George, 55, and Amal, 39, splashed out $12 million for the property, dubbed Aberlash House, in 2014 after their wedding in Venice. He'd fallen in love with the area while filming nearby for the World War II drama, The Monuments Men, in 2013.

The couple moved into the 17th-century spread last year after an 18-month renovation project, and it's unlikely to be a coincidence that they recently installed 18 security cameras around the estate!

"It's a nightmare for George and Amal! They invested a huge amount of money into the property, and loved the villagefor its peacefulness and tranquility," a source dished.

"But that's all ruined now that they know what really happens in the quiet country lanes and parks!"

Cops patrolling the area confirmed Radar's findings, and issued a stark warning to those involved.

"Illegal sexual activity of this kind will not be tolerated," said a police spokesperson.

"We are also aware that there are concerns within the community about the type of activity that is occurring."

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