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Aaron Newey, broke into Queensland hotel to have an orgy in the hot tub prosecuted for trespassing

Hot tub orgy leader, 46, who watched his NEPHEW have group sex with a woman after breaking into a luxury hotel is convicted of trespassing

  • Leader of a group broke into a luxury hotel and had an orgy in the venue’s hot tub
  • Aaron Newey, 46, broke into The Waterford Prestige Apartments in Queensland
  • He helped a group get into the hotel and frolic in the hot tub on June 30 
  • Newey was charged with prosecuting and was fined $400 on Wednesday  

The leader of a group who broke into a luxury hotel and had an orgy in the venue’s hot tub was caught because he left his glasses at the scene.

Aaron Newey, 46, broke into The Waterford Prestige Apartments in Caloundra, north of Brisbane, and helped a group get in to frolic in the hot tub on June 30.

Caloundra Magistrates Court heard that Newey jumped the fence and opened the fire door for the group, consisting of two other men and one woman.

Aaron Newey (pictured), 46, broke into The Waterford Prestige Apartments in Caloundra, north of Brisbane, and helped a group get in to frolic in the hot tub on June 30

Once they were inside, the group engaged in sexual acts in the pool area as well as inside the spa, Sunshine Coast Daily reported.

Police were notified of the incident five days after the group broke in, after CCTV footage revealed the group’s behaviour.

Police prosecutor Stephen Potter said the CCTV footage showed Newey ‘self-indulging’ while the other two men and woman frolicked in the spa.

Mr Potter told the court one of the men was the 46-year-old’s nephew.

The group rushed out of the hotel when they were finished, but Newey had accidentally left his glasses behind.

He rang the hotel manager the following day to ask if they had been found in the pool area and left his name and phone number with staff.

Caloundra Magistrates Court heard that Newey jumped the fence of The Waterford Prestige Apartments (pictured) and opened the fire door for the group

Caloundra Magistrates Court heard that Newey jumped the fence of The Waterford Prestige Apartments (pictured) and opened the fire door for the group

When the hotel reported the incident to police, they were quick to find the offenders.

The 46-year-old pleaded guilty to trespassing on Wednesday but said he had just followed his nephew and his friends.

The woman that was involved in the group, 23-year-old Brooke Davis, didn’t appear in court but her charge was dealt with in her absence. 

Magistrate Haydn Stjernqvist fined both Davis and Newey $400 but no convictions were recorded. 

Read more at DailyMail.co.uk


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