Sutton has staked a claim for being the Hollywood of hardcore porn after it emerged hundreds of blue movies have been shot in the town centre.

But the borough’s popularity as a setting for x-rated flicks could force filmmakers to look elsewhere.

The Sutton Guardian revealed last week how unlikely town-centre spot such as the St Nicholas Shopping Centre’s car par had provided the backdrop for porn films.

LAST WEEK: Hardcore porn shot in broad daylight in shopping centre car park and town-centre streets

It has since emerged that at least 128 raunchy movies have been shot in the town centre, with nearly half of those filmed in the centre’s car park.

But Fake Taxi, a porn production company that revealed Sutton is a prime location for their films, said recent publicity might have driven them elsewhere.

A post from its Twitter account on Sunday read: “It’s all over the papers. Think its time2move2another town."

The most recent films, some of which have been viewed more than four million times, show a woman acting as a taxi driver travelling around Sutton and stopping to have sex with “passengers".

Parts of the borough, including the St Nicholas Centre carpark and streets near Sutton town centre, are visible in the x-rated footage.

St Nicholas Centre bosses would not confirm they were aware of any of the 57-plus films when footage emerged last week and refused to comment when approached again.

Director Gavin Waller said: “We are aware of an incident that took place in the car park at the St Nicholas Centre last year.

“The onsite security team informed Sutton police who dealt with the incident quickly.”

But the Metropolitan Police said it had no record of being called to the car park and had not seen the films.

Two people were arrested after officers were called to reports of a couple “behaving indecently” in a taxi parked outside a nursery in Cotswold Road, Belmont, at 2pm on February 11. 

But it is unclear if the arrests were linked to pornography.

In 2013, Sutton Council launched an investigation after learning explicit films – which also featured a taxi – had been shot on the top floor of its Gibson Road car park.