Exhibitionist couple issue a grovelling apology after being caught having sex on a busy beach in broad daylight – but cops warn the man who filmed the passionate encounter could be the one in trouble
- A couple were caught having sex at Henley Beach in SA
- The man apologised for the public display of affection
- Experts say the man who filmed them might be in trouble
A couple have apologised after they were filmed having sex on a beach in broad daylight – but police say the man who filmed the pair may be the one in hot water.
The couple’s public display of affection occurred in front of other beachgoers including several children at Henley Beach in South Australia on Monday afternoon.
One man who saw the pair recorded the intimate act on his phone.
‘Hey, look at this,’ he says to another person as he films the couple.
‘He’s doing the anaconda!’
A couple have been caught having sex in broad daylight at Henley Beach in South Australia
The man then confronts the couple and accuses them of ‘public indecency in front of children’.
He tells the man who was filmed: ‘Say sorry. Say you’re sorry.’
‘Yeah, sorry,’ the man responds.
At another point during the commotion, the man who recorded the pair demands another apology again.
‘Nah I want you to say you’re sorry,’ he says.
‘Yeah 100 per cent sorry for doing that in front of kids,’ the man replies.
The footage of the intimate act was uploaded to Facebook and viewed thousands of times.
It was taken down from the social media platform on Monday night.
South Australia Police are aware of the incident but are not pressing any charges at this stage.
The man involved in the intimate act is seen apologising on camera for ‘doing that in front of kids’
They allege that the man who filmed the couple could in fact be breaching privacy laws.
This was backed by some legal experts who claim that he could be in trouble.
‘It’s not a slap on the wrist yet some of these offences do have the prospect of attracting imprisonment and albeit unlikely it’s certainly an available sentencing option to the court,’ Woods and Co solicitor, Hugh Woods, told 7News.
In South Australia, it is an offence to engage in humiliating or degrading filming or taking and sharing a sexual or intimate image of someone without their consent.
Source: Read Full Article