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A group of Brisbane women stumbled out of a restaurant in broad daylight before they began performing sex acts on each other. The graphic footage has been shared across the country. A group of women, who allegedly engaged in public sex acts on the streets of an affluent Brisbane dining precinct last month, will not be charged by police.
At about 3pm, the trio stumbled out of the up-market Hellenika restaurant. As the third woman sat patiently on her own, the pair collapsed against the wall for several minutes, struggling to prop themselves up as they kissed one another passionately. An older couple walk by as the women fall all over each other.
But the preoccupied girls appear oblivious to the comings and goings of the community, and continue with their session on the concrete footpath. At one point, the two women were seen sitting astride a bike rack, which was installed on the footpath. Here they allegedly appeared to be rubbing themselves on the metal installation which would have undoubtedly drawn some concern from people on the street. The CCTV footage shows two of the women straddling a bike rack in the street.
A spokesman for Queensland Police told news. The officers took down their information, put them in an Uber, and sent them home to sleep it off. The police arrived 10 minutes after the sex romp began. The girls were so intoxicated, one of them could barely stand up. People walking down the up-market dining precinct of James Street were shocked by the scene. Under Queensland law, the women could have been charged with public indecency, but a possible conviction would be hard to prove in a court of law.
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