Michelle Keegan and her co-star Damien Molony had a 'good laugh' during their portable toilet sex scene on Brassic

Damien Molony has revealed that he and Michelle Keegan had a 'good laugh' during their portable toilet sex scene on Brassic.

The Irish actor, 35, shared that on the first day of filming the Sky One six-part comedy series, he and the Our Girl actress, 32, had to shoot steamy scenes. 

Damien and Michelle play couple Dylan and Erin in Brassic, with the actor telling the Irish Independent newspaper: 'There's nothing sexy about a 'Brassic' sex scene. 

'Good laugh': Damien Molony has revealed that he and Michelle Keegan had a 'good laugh' during their portable toilet sex scene on Brassic

'Good laugh': Damien Molony has revealed that he and Michelle Keegan had a 'good laugh' during their portable toilet sex scene on Brassic 

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'They're always such bizarre things anyway, but it was definitely odd having sex in a portable loo on your first day of a new job, definitely a tight fit. 

'It's just a good laugh because you both understand the complete ridiculousness of the situation.'

Brassic follows the story of Lancashire native Vinnie, played by Joe Gilgun, who suffers from bipolar disorder and his best pal Dylan, who he has been inseparable from since childhood.

Yet, Michelle's character Erin, who is Dylan's girlfriend, threatens the childhood comrades' friendship when she plans to leave town and start a new life for herself and her son, Tyler.

First day: The Irish actor, 35, shared that on the first day of filming the Sky One six-part comedy series, he and the Our Girl actress, 32, had to shoot steamy scenes (pictured far right)

First day: The Irish actor, 35, shared that on the first day of filming the Sky One six-part comedy series, he and the Our Girl actress, 32, had to shoot steamy scenes (pictured far right) 

In the trailer, which was released in June, Vinnie describes Erin, saying: 'She used to be a wild child but she's really pulled herself together now.'

The camera then pans to Keegan holding a construction worker by the ear and telling Tyler to kick him in the leg.

Fractions between Dylan's pals and Erin soon crack, with the actress telling Vinnie: 'There's three of us in this relationship,' inferring her boyfriend Dylan is spending too much time with his best pal.

To which, Vinnie jokes: 'If there is, I'm the one getting the least sex.'

In character: Damien and Michelle play couple Dylan and Erin in Brassic, with the actor telling the Irish Independent newspaper: 'There's nothing sexy about a 'Brassic' sex scene

In character: Damien and Michelle play couple Dylan and Erin in Brassic, with the actor telling the Irish Independent newspaper: 'There's nothing sexy about a 'Brassic' sex scene

Dylan's gang includes: Cardi (Tom Hanson), a champion kebab eater; Ash (Aaron Heffernan), Tommo (Ryan Sampson) and JJ (Parth Thakerar), a sharp entrepreneur who runs a garage (with a lucrative sideline in stolen cars).

Later in the trailer, Dominic West makes an appearance, as he sits in a suit next to a policeman who has been tied up.

The show follows a group of working class friends looking to survive in suburban Lancashire through scamming, conning and bribing.  

Erin screams: 'Why is there a police officer tied to a chair?', Vinnie replies: 'We've had to accidentally kidnap him a little bit, haven't we Carl?'

Plot: Brassic follows the story of Lancashire native Vinnie, played by Joe Gilgun, who suffers from bipolar disorder and his best pal Dylan, who he has been inseparable from since childhood

Plot: Brassic follows the story of Lancashire native Vinnie, played by Joe Gilgun, who suffers from bipolar disorder and his best pal Dylan, who he has been inseparable from since childhood

The boys have dealt, scammed, bribed and conned their way through adolescence, but now, on the brink of adulthood, their dealing and stealing is catching up with them, with the repercussions of their crimes heading their way.

The series will also star This Is England actor Joe Gilgun, who co-created the series alongside writer Danny Brocklehurst.

Veering between hilarious comedy and heartfelt emotion, Brassic is about irreplaceable, lifelong friends, loyalty and the things that come between them.

The show is directed by Daniel O'Hara (Being Human, Silent Witness) and Jon Wright (Our Girl).

Role: Yet, Michelle's character Erin, who is Dylan's girlfriend, threatens the childhood comrades' friendship when she plans to leave town and start a new life for herself and her son, Tyler (pictured in character in September 2018)

Role: Yet, Michelle's character Erin, who is Dylan's girlfriend, threatens the childhood comrades' friendship when she plans to leave town and start a new life for herself and her son, Tyler (pictured in character in September 2018) 

Joe, co-creator, said: 'I'm truly humbled by the opportunity. We've got an amazing team of creators and watching it all take form has been very moving. Bipolar is a big part of my life.

'We want to show that you can have mental health issues and in some cases live a productive, exciting life, full of adventure.

'Our writer Danny Brocklehurst and my friend David Quayle have been invaluable in taking this journey with me. Embrace who you are, decide what to be and go be it.'

Sky original comedy Brassic will be available to watch from 22nd August on Sky One and streaming service NOW TV.  

The cast: Veering between hilarious comedy and heartfelt emotion, Brassic is about irreplaceable, lifelong friends, loyalty and the things that come between them

The cast: Veering between hilarious comedy and heartfelt emotion, Brassic is about irreplaceable, lifelong friends, loyalty and the things that come between them

Michelle Keegan and Damien Molony had a 'good laugh' during their toilet sex scene on Brassic

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