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Scantily clad Parenthood star Mae Whitman put on steamy display with Matt Lauria as they film beach scenes

Its not the kind of behaviour you expect to see at the beach.

Mae Whitman wrapped herself around Matt Lauria as they frolicked in the surf in Los Angeles on Wednesday.

The two passionately embraced, seemingly unaware of other beach users.

But all is not as it seems. The two were filming scenes from TV show Parenthood, based on the 1989 film of the same title.

Sordid: Parenthood actress Mae Whitman and co star Matt Lauria shoot romantic scene on Tuesday October 16

Get a room! Parenthood actress Mae Whitman and co star Matt Lauria shoot romantic scenes on the beach in Los Angeles on October 16

Kiss:The pair make a display of the wild passion for the water scene

Kiss: The pair make a display of the wild passion for the water scene

The scenes looked more suited to a bedroom than a public space, with the two showing their flesh in skimpy swim suits.

It was a chance for 28-year-old Lauria to off his sculptured abdominal muscles, while Mae was  clad in a simple black bikini.

The pair waded into the surf before passionately kissing.

The show revolves around the Braverman family, which has expanded to three generations.

Its cold: The actors shine despite the chilly water

Its cold: The actors shine despite the chilly water

Cast includes patriarch Zeek Braverman and matriarch Camille Braverman, their oldest son Adam, his wife and three children.

Also part of the clan are their daughter Sarah and her two children, of which Mae plays one, and their second son Crosby, his new wife Jasmine and their son Jabbar.

Completing the family is daughter Julia, her husband, their young daughter Sydney, and their newly adopted young boy, Victor.

The series is set in Berkeley, California and the San Francisco Bay Area, but is filmed primarily in Southern California.

Their true feelings: IT may have been sunny, but the Pacific Ocean is far from warm in late October

Their true feelings: IT may have been sunny, but the Pacific Ocean is far from warm in late October

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