CCTV set up to catch people who dump illegal waste and register couples with SEX
- Liverpool Council has set up four CCTV cameras to dump people illegally
- The camera & # 39; s recorded people & # 39; multiple times & # 39; have had sex
- The Council said that it would include all recordings of & # 39; anti-social behavior & # 39; would share with the police
Cameras set up by municipal officials to prevent people from dumping illegal waste have repeatedly filmed people engaged in sexual acts, it was claimed.
As part of a months-long trial in the city of Liverpool, in the west of Sydney, I set up a number of CCTV cameras along quiet sections of road in an industrial part of the Moorebank.
The cameras are designed to stop illegal dumping of waste to prevent health and safety issues.
But since their installation, the cameras have found countless couples engaged in sexual acts outside the home, according to The Sunday Telegraph.
CCTV cameras designed to record illegal dumping caught people on sex (stock)
The CEO of the Council, Kiersten Fishburn, said in a statement: “Illegal dumping can be dangerous, can pollute the environment and is expensive for the Council or landowners to clean up.
& # 39; The focus of the process is to discourage illegal dumpers. Council advised the police that the trial was being undertaken and will share its evaluation – including possible consequences for other anti-social behavior – with the Local Area Command. & # 39;
Mrs. Fishburn said that every recording of & # 39; anti-social behavior & # 39; would be shared with the police.
In New South Wales, public sex is outlined as a crime under the Summary Offenses Act 1988.
The penalty carries a maximum of six months in prison or a $ 1,000.
The CCTV cameras can also broadcast messages on a loud speaker, and municipal officials could interrupt a few midway through their appointment.
Mrs. Fishburn said the camera's focus was on discouraging illegal dumpers that could be punished with fines of up to $ 4,000.
Mrs. Fishburn said that every recording of & # 39; anti-social behavior & # 39; would be shared with the police (stock image)
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