Bizarre end to women's public romp
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.
The three women, aged in their 20s, had enjoyed a boozy Sunday lunch together on James Street, near the city's party quarter known as Fortitude Valley, in early March, when they stumbled out of the up-market Hellenika restaurant, about 3pm.
According to The Sunday-Mail, the women had also skipped out on their $600 bill at the restaurant, which an unidentified man later came in to settle.
Moments later, passers-by were treated to an unorthodox sex show in the middle of the street.
Two of the women, wearing short summer dresses and high heels, could be seen tangled up in each others' arms, pressed up against the wall of a trendy kerbside store.
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.
They then fell to the ground, where their romp turned extremely graphic.
Here, the steamy street scene quickly descended into something people have described as 'vulgar' and 'obscene', with the women performing sex acts upon each other in broad daylight.
In uncensored footage of the pair currently circulating on social media, people walk in and out of the camera's frame, sometimes walking straight in front of the scene.
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 entire encounter is understood to have lasted roughly 10 minutes before police arrived to break up the ménage à trois.
A spokesman for Queensland Police told news.com.au officers arrived on scene where the women appeared to be extremely intoxicated.
The officers took down their information, put them in an Uber, and sent them home to sleep it off.
The officers' refusal to charge the women with anything was drawn anger from the public, with hundreds of people arguing the women should have been charged with public indecency at least.
Dozens of people took to social media to share that they had personally witnessed the scene.
One woman revealed her mother had walked passed the scene and claimed the whole thing was "whack".
Another person said the "disgusting: situation should have been dealt with appropriately by authorities.
"Instead of thinking of their gender and not charging them, think of them as adults who were doing the wrong thing in public and charge them," one person wrote.
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.
This is because there was not genitalia on display, so a defence solicitor could easily argue the women were "simply dancing" or having a nap together in the street.
Due to this, it is unlikely that a prosecution case would stand up in court.
But according to one source, it's very clear that the unidentified women have already been "convicted in the court of public opinion".