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Western Australian hikers discovered that a woman was filmed by a man masturbating on the Munda Biddi trail

Bushwalkers are shocked to find a woman lying on a train track while being filmed as part of an x-rated video

  • Hikers on the popular Munda Biddi trail found a woman filming an x-rated movie
  • The two walkers said it was a shock to see because it was on a busy path
  • Pair said they don’t think the woman who satisfied herself realized they were there

Two walkers were shocked to find a naked woman filmed by a man with a drone performing a sexual act on her own on a popular hiking trail.

The two women in their fifties found a man filming the naked woman with a drone at 10:00 am on the Munda Biddi trail, 100 km south of Perth, on Sunday.

The pair were shocked to discover they had come across a porn scene filmed after initially thinking they witnessed a violent crime.

“As we got closer, we realized that the gentleman standing on the railroad actually filmed a naked lady lying on the railroad and enjoying herself,” one of the walkers told the Western Australian.

The two women in their fifties found a man filming a naked woman with a drone who 'entertained' herself on Sunday at 10am on the Munda Biddi trail, 100km south of Perth

The two women in their fifties found a man filming a naked woman with a drone who ‘entertained’ herself on Sunday at 10am on the Munda Biddi trail, 100km south of Perth

“He filmed her with a drone hovering in her lower regions.”

The women considered making a detour to avoid the couple, but said it would add a lot of time to their trip – and believed others saw what had happened, too.

One of the walkers said the man had a grin on his face when he noticed the two women, but the woman kept filming when he decided they “were not a threat.”

The walker said she doesn’t think the woman engaged in the obscene act even realized they were there.

None of the walkers reported what had happened to the police.

Sergeant Dave Harnett, chief of Dwellingup police, said the incident was not reported to them.

However, he emphasized that it is a violation.

The women considered making a detour to avoid the couple, but said it would add a lot of time to their trip - and believed others saw what had happened, too. Picture: map with trail location

The women considered making a detour to avoid the couple, but said it would add a lot of time to their trip - and believed others saw what had happened, too. Picture: map with trail location

The women considered making a detour to avoid the couple, but said it would add a lot of time to their trip – and believed others saw what had happened, too. Picture: map with trail location

One of the walkers said the man had a grin on his face when he noticed the two women, but continued when he decided they “were not a threat.” Pictured: part of the path

“They may have thought they were discreet, but it’s still a public space used by people walking and cycling through it, including families, which would be an offense,” he said.

Sergeant Harnett said that anyone who encounters similar incidents should report it to the police.

The pair of walkers said they initially thought it was funny what happened, but later realized it was inappropriate.

The couple engaged in the amorous act is described as ‘in her thirties’ and is part of a ‘professional operation’.

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