The couple relive the moment when they saw a group of women performing sexual acts with each other

A couple witnessing a group of women having sex on each other in a busy nightlife district reveals a & # 39; asked them for a ride home & # 39; when the bizarre havoc was over

  • Stel describes the moment when they saw that women are participating in a public sex havoc
  • They said that when they walked by one of the women asked them for a ride home
  • CCTV images circulated from the daylight sex romp in the Fortitude Valley in Brisbane
  • The three women involved in the act are not charged by the police, understood

A couple experienced the horrible moment when they saw three women taking part in a public sex stump and revealed that one of the group had the guts to ask them for a ride home.

The couple was out for a drink in northern Brisbane when they stumbled on broad daylight March 3 on the James St stunt in Fortitude Valley.

The women did not seem to mind who witnessed the sex competition, which lasted about 10 minutes, because there was full view of CCTV cameras & # 39; s and & # 39; at least 10 people & # 39 ;, including the elderly and children.

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A couple experienced the hair-raising moment when they saw three women taking part in public public romps (camera footage of the incident on the photo)

A couple experienced the hair-raising moment when they saw three women taking part in public public romps (camera footage of the incident on the photo)

Witnesses remained shocked and confused by the vulgar act, eventually calling the police.

& # 39; Eventually the police got up and stopped & # 39 ;, a witness told news.com.au.

& # 39; But as we walked past them, we heard someone say: & # 39; Can you give us a ride home? & # 39; & # 39 ;. & # 39;

The witness said he and his partner were watching the & # 39; super drunk & # 39; women stumbling from the Hellenika restaurant, where they believed they had walked a $ 600 ticket before their antics escalated.

While two of the girls embraced, a third fell to the floor, but when she stabilized, the situation took a sexual turn.

& # 39; It then escalated to the girl standing upright and becoming pretty handy, then they both stood on the floor, one of their dresses halfway, & # 39; he said.

The man said he stayed on site to see how long the women would stay before they were arrested.

The three half-naked women, however, were not arrested, and instead, agents – seen in footage tackling a woman with exposed breasts and the second covering the third – helped them dress and steered them into an Uber.

Queensland agents will not burden three women with a & # 39; vulgar & # 39; public sex act in a street in downtown Brisbane

Queensland agents will not burden three women with a & # 39; vulgar & # 39; public sex act in a street in downtown Brisbane

Queensland agents will not burden three women with a & # 39; vulgar & # 39; public sex act in a street in downtown Brisbane

The Queensland police have since confirmed that no charges will be made against the women.

The president of the Queensland Law Society, Bill Potts, said the indictment was at the discretion of the police.

But he also noted that the video evidence would at least be a nuisance to the public nuisance.

& # 39; People have the right to enjoy their lunch or enjoy using the public space without being forced to view that kind of behavior, & # 39; said Mr. Potts.

It is also thought that the three women had a $ 600 bill in the trendy Hellenika restaurant, in the nearby Calile Hotel

It is also thought that the three women had a $ 600 bill in the trendy Hellenika restaurant, in the nearby Calile Hotel

It is also thought that the three women had a $ 600 bill in the trendy Hellenika restaurant, in the nearby Calile Hotel

According to a Queensland Police spokesperson, the officers had & # 39; nothing to sue the women & # 39 ;.

& # 39; They have not witnessed what is a deliberate exposure by definition & # 39 ;, The Courier Mail reported.

& # 39; You cannot see the sexual organs of women, hence they have not witnessed a violation. & # 39;

The police spokesperson also said that the police would only investigate whether a formal complaint had been made.

A man who witnessed the public havoc said it was & # 39; completely vulgar & # 39; used to be.

Another witness revealed that he had seen people pay for smaller crimes, such as public urination.

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