A swaggering couple issues a humiliating apology after being caught having sex on a crowded beach in broad daylight — but cops warn the man who filmed the passionate encounter could be the one in trouble.
- A couple has been caught having sex in Henley Beach, SA
- The man apologized for showing affection to the public
- Experts say the man who filmed them may be in trouble
A couple have apologized after they were filmed having sex on the beach in broad daylight – but police say the man who filmed the couple may be the one in the hot water.
The couple’s public display of affection in front of other beachgoers including several children took place at Henley Beach in South Australia on Monday afternoon.
A man who witnessed the pair recorded the intimate act on his phone.
“Hey, look at this,” he said to another as he photographed the couple.
“He does the anaconda!”
A couple has been caught having sex in broad daylight at Henley Beach in South Australia
The man then confronts the couple and accuses them of “indecency in front of children”.
He says to the man who was photographed: “Say sorry. You say sorry.’
The man replied: Yes, sorry.
At another point during the commotion, the man who registered the pair again demands another apology.
“I don’t want you to say you’re sorry,” he says.
‘Yeah 100% sorry to do that in front of the kids,’ the man replied.
Footage of this intimate act has been uploaded to Facebook and viewed thousands of times.
It was removed from the social media platform on Monday evening.
South Australian Police learned of the incident but are not pressing any charges at this stage.
The man involved in the intimate act looks into the camera as he apologizes for ‘doing it in front of the kids’
They claim that the man who photographed the couple may in fact be violating privacy laws.
This was supported by some legal experts who claimed he might be in trouble.
“It’s not a slap on the wrist, but some of these offenses do have the potential to lead to imprisonment, albeit an unlikely sentencing option in court,” Hugh Woods, an attorney for Woods & Associates, told 7News.
In South Australia, it is an offense to engage in offensive or offensive filming or to take and share a sexual or intimate photograph of a person without their consent.