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Western Australian hikers found woman being filmed by a man as she masturbated on Munda Biddi trail

Bushwalkers are left shocked after stumbling across a woman lying on a train track while being filmed as part of an x-rated video

  • Hikers on popular Munda Biddi trail found a woman filming an x-rated movie 
  • The two hikers said it was a shock to see as it was on a highly-frequented trail 
  • Pair said they don’t think the woman pleasuring herself realised they were there 

Two hikers were left shocked after they caught a naked woman being filmed by a man with a drone while she performed a sex act on herself on a popular walking trail.

The two women in their 50s found a man using a drone to film the naked woman ‘entertaining herself’ on Sunday at 10am on the Munda Biddi trail, 100km south of Perth.

The pair were shocked to find they had stumbled upon a porn scene being filmed after initially thinking they were witnessing a violent crime.

‘As we got closer we realised the gentleman standing on the railway line was actually filming a naked lady lying on the railway line, entertaining herself,’ one of the hikers told the West Australian. 

The two women in their 50s found a man using a drone to film a naked woman ‘entertaining herself’ on Sunday at 10am on the Munda Biddi trail, 100km south of Perth

‘He was filming her with a drone which was hovering around her nether regions.’ 

The women considered taking a detour to avoid the couple but said it would add a lot of time onto their trip – adding they believed others saw what had happened as well.

One of the hikers said the man had a grin on his face when he noticed the two women but carried on filming the woman when he decided they ‘weren’t a threat’.

The hiker said she doesn’t think the woman engaged in the lewd act even realised they were there.

Neither of the hikers reported what happened to police.

Sergeant Dave Harnett, Dwellingup Police Officer-in-Charge, said the incident hadn’t been reported to them.

However he stressed it is an offence. 

The women considered taking a detour to avoid the couple but said it would add a lot of time onto their trip - adding they believed others saw what had happened as well. Pictured: Map showing trail location

The women considered taking a detour to avoid the couple but said it would add a lot of time onto their trip – adding they believed others saw what had happened as well. Pictured: Map showing trail location

One of the hikers said the man had a grin on his face when he noticed the two women but carried on when he decided they 'weren't a threat'. Pictured: Part of the trail

One of the hikers said the man had a grin on his face when he noticed the two women but carried on when he decided they ‘weren’t a threat’. Pictured: Part of the trail

‘They may have thought they were being discreet but it’s still a public area used by people walking and cycling through there, including families, which would constitute an offence,’ he said.

Sergeant Harnett said anyone who comes across similar incidents need to report it to police.

The pair of hikers said they initially found what happened funny but realised later it was quite inappropriate. 

The couple engaged in the amorous act have been described as ‘in their 30s’ and part of a ‘professional operation’.    

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