Couple who witnessed a group of women perform sex acts on each other at a busy dining precinct reveal one ‘asked them for a lift home’ when the bizarre romp was over
- Couple describe the moment they saw women partake in a public sex romp
- They said when they walked past one of the women asked them for a lift home
- CCTV footage circulated of the daylight sex romp in Brisbane’s Fortitude Valley
- The three women involved in the act won’t be charged by police, it’s understood
A couple has relived the horrifying moment they witnessed three women partake in a public sex romp, and revealed one of the group had the audacity to ask them for a lift home.
The couple had been out for drinks in north Brisbane when they stumbled upon the group engaging in lewd sex acts on a James St footpath in Fortitude Valley in broad daylight on March 3.
The women appeared not to mind who witnessed the sex romp, which lasted around 10 minutes, as it was in full view of CCTV cameras and ‘at least 10 people’, including elderly people and children, walked past.
A couple have relived the horrifying moment they witnessed three women partake in a public sex romp (CCTV footage of the incident pictured)
Witnesses were left ‘shocked and confused’ at the vulgar act, with one eventually calling the police.
‘Eventually the police rocked up and they stopped,’ one witness told news.com.au.
‘But when we walked past them, we heard one say “Can you give us a lift home?”‘.’
The witness said he and his partner watched the ‘super drunk’ women stagger out of Hellenika restaurant, where they are believed to have walked out on a $600 bill, before their antics escalated.
While two of the girls embraced each other a third fell onto the ground, but when she steadied herself the situation took a sexual turn.
‘It then escalated to the girl standing up getting pretty handy, then all of a sudden they were both on the ground, one of their dresses halfway off,’ he said.
The man said he stayed at the scene to see how long the women would continue before they were arrested.
However, the three semi-naked women were not arrested, and instead officers – seen in footage addressing one woman with exposed breasts and the second straddling the third – helped them dress and sent them on their way in an Uber.
Queensland cops will not be charging three women over a ‘vulgar’ public sex act in an inner-Brisbane street
Queensland police have since confirmed no charges will be brought against the women.
Queensland Law Society president, Bill Potts, said laying charges was at the discretion of police.
But he also noted the video evidence would constitute at least a public nuisance offence.
‘People are entitled to enjoy their lunch or enjoy the use of public spaces without being forced to watch that type of behaviour,’ Mr Potts said.
It’s also thought the three women had walked out on a $600 bill at the trendy Hellenika restaurant, in the nearby Calile Hotel
According to a Queensland Police spokesman, the officers had ‘nothing they could charged the women with.’
‘They did not witness what is by definition willful exposure,’ The Courier Mail reported.
‘You cannot see the women’s genitalia, hence they did not witness an offence.’
The police spokesman also said that the police would only investigate if a formal complaint was made.
One man who had witnessed the public romp said it was ‘completely vulgar.’
Another witness revealed that he had seen people get charged for lesser crimes, such as public urination.