Outrage by voyeurist pool scene at The Bachelor

  & # 39; Is an underwater camera really necessary? & # 39; The singles were outraged by the "spooky & # 39 ;, degrading & # 39; and & # 39; skirt style & # 39; of the women in swimsuits that aired on Thursday

The Thursday night episode of The Bachelor was full of drama, but one segment in particular stunned the viewers.

During a group meeting in a pool, the contestants stripped off in high-cut bathing suits that left little to the imagination.

While the Baywatch style swimsuits were already revealing, several viewers were outraged by the voyeuristic tone of the scene.

  & # 39; Is an underwater camera really necessary? & # 39; The singles were outraged by the "spooky & # 39 ;, degrading & # 39; and & # 39; skirt style & # 39; of the women in swimsuits that aired on Thursday

& # 39; Is an underwater camera really necessary? & # 39; The singles were outraged by the "spooky & # 39 ;, degrading & # 39; and & # 39; skirt style & # 39; of the women in swimsuits that aired on Thursday

"Can you say demeaning?" While Baywatch-style bathing suits were already revealing, several viewers were upset by the voyeuristic tone of the scene

While the women played a game called "pool bingo" under the supervision of leader Nick Cummins, the cameras captured each of his movements.

There were even underwater cameras that filmed the inferior bodies of the contestants from below, which some admirers compared with the "upskirting".

"Please, stop with the creepy underwater maps, thanks Channel 10," said a fan on Twitter.

Group date: when the women played a game called 'pool bingo & # 39; under the supervision of leader Nick Cummins, the cameras captured each of his movements.

Group date: when the women played a game called 'pool bingo & # 39; under the supervision of leader Nick Cummins, the cameras captured each of his movements.

Group date: when the women played a game called 'pool bingo & # 39; under the supervision of leader Nick Cummins, the cameras captured each of his movements.

"Free underwater shots": there were even underwater cameras that filmed contestants' lower bodies from below, which some admirers compare with the "upskirting & # 39;

Similar Tweets included: "I'm not sure if I love the underwater camera shots" and "Ah, yes." The photos of the underwater camera with class & # 39 ;.

& # 39; Is it really necessary to have the underwater camera? Type of upskirt-and & # 39;, wrote another viewer.

Several Twitter users described the date of the group as "degrading" & # 39; and "cheap", and noted that male contestants would not receive similar treatment.

Double standard? Several Twitter users described the date of the group as "degrading" & # 39; and "cheap", and noted that male contestants would not receive similar treatment.

Double standard? Several Twitter users described the date of the group as "degrading" & # 39; and "cheap", and noted that male contestants would not receive similar treatment.

Double standard? Several Twitter users described the date of the group as "degrading" & # 39; and "cheap", and noted that male contestants would not receive similar treatment.

Voyeuristic: A viewer even claimed that the placement of the camera on the group date was simply an excuse to be amazed [sic] in girls in swimsuits

Voyeuristic: A viewer even claimed that the placement of the camera on the group date was simply an excuse to be amazed [sic] in girls in swimsuits

Voyeuristic: A viewer even claimed that the placement of the camera on the group date was simply an excuse to be amazed [sic] in girls in swimsuits

& # 39; What's up with all these pictures of girls underwater? Surely if there was a group of guys wearing shorts there would not be so many shots. Can you say degrading? a spectator wrote.

Another tweeted: "Choice of swimsuit, underwater shots, rear shots of crouching positions, all totally unnecessary.

One fan even claimed that the location of the camera on the group date was simply an excuse to [sic] in girls in swimsuits & # 39;

Daily Mail Australia has contacted Network Ten for comments.

Revelator: the high cut swimsuits of the contestants of the 90s also provoked surprise. In the photo: Brittany Hockley (left) and Cassandra Wood (right)

Revelator: the high cut swimsuits of the contestants of the 90s also provoked surprise. In the photo: Brittany Hockley (left) and Cassandra Wood (right)

Revelator: the high cut swimsuits of the contestants of the 90s also provoked surprise. In the photo: Brittany Hockley (left) and Cassandra Wood (right)

Bold display! During a group meeting in a pool, the contestants stripped off with high-cut swimsuits that left little to the imagination

Bold display! During a group meeting in a pool, the contestants stripped off with high-cut swimsuits that left little to the imagination

Bold display! During a group meeting in a pool, the contestants stripped off with high-cut swimsuits that left little to the imagination

Meanwhile, the high cut swimsuits of the 90s in themselves also attracted attention.

"Could these swimsuits go up their butts?" One Twitter user asked, before another suggested that they were "almost obscene".

One fan even shared an image of actress Pamela Anderson running along the beach, along with the legend: "Baywatch wants to have their bathing suits brought to them."

Risqué: Could these swimsuits go up more to your butts? & # 39; a Twitter user asked, before another suggested that they were "almost obscene"

Risqué: Could these swimsuits go up more to your butts? & # 39; a Twitter user asked, before another suggested that they were "almost obscene"

Risqué: Could these swimsuits go up more to your butts? & # 39; a Twitter user asked, before another suggested that they were "almost obscene"

Backslide: A fan even shared an image of actress Pamela Anderson running down the beach, along with the caption: "Baywatch wants to have their swimsuits brought to them."

Backslide: A fan even shared an image of actress Pamela Anderson running down the beach, along with the caption: "Baywatch wants to have their swimsuits brought to them."

Backslide: A fan even shared an image of actress Pamela Anderson running down the beach, along with the caption: "Baywatch wants to have their swimsuits brought to them."

Meanwhile, Thursday's episode also saw the "bad girls" of the show, such as Cat Henesey, Romy Poulier and Alisha Aitken-Radburn coming out sensationally from the mansion.

Nick Cummins left a tearful 24-year-old cat to the side and expelled her from the competition after learning of his "intimidation" behavior.

Alisha, 25, was also sent to a Rose Ceremony, before Romy, 30, rejected a rose and came out in protest.

The Bachelor continues on Wednesday at 7:30 pm on Network Ten

  Impressive: Tenille Favios (left) and Emily Dibden (right) appear in the group photo

  Impressive: Tenille Favios (left) and Emily Dibden (right) appear in the group photo

Impressive: Tenille Favios (left) and Emily Dibden (right) appear in the group photo

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