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Justice share a very NSFW video for ‘Pleasure’

If you’re reading this in an open plan office, we’d advise you to angle your screen away from any prying eyes. French duo Justice have just dropped the video for their 2016 track ‘Pleasure’, and it is highly, highly NSFW.

Directed by Alexandre Courtès — he’s the man behind The White Stripes ‘Seven Nation Army’ video, and Daft Punk’s logo and helmets — the video features a couple engaging in some good old fashioned sex. We’re talking full on, extremely well-lit, sex.

The sex was apparently so good that the couple managed to conceive and give birth to a intergalactic baby at the end, which you know, I’m sure happens in real life too. Needless to say, the video comes with an age restriction attached — watch it below.

It’s not the first time Justice have courted controversy with their videos. Their 2008 clip for ‘Stress’ caused uproar for its depiction of a violent gang wreaking havoc on the streets of Paris, with many critics accusing it of demonising French black youth; we even named it one of the most shocking videos of all time.