‘Report it, it’s a crime’: Couple filmed having sex beside State Highway 1 in Dunedin

NZ Herald 18 December 2017
Family First Comment: There’s a time and a place!!

Police are urging anyone who witnesses offensive behaviour to report it to authorities after an explicit video of a man and woman having sex on the side of State Highway 1 emerged online.

Leaning on a sculpture beside the Jetty St over bridge in Dunedin, the pair continue to engage in sexual relations even after being filmed.

The filmers can be heard egging on the man who waves back.

Filmed at the intersection of Jetty St and State Highway 1, the road is the main route heading north from Dunedin.

The incident is believed to have happened in the early hours of morning and the video appears to show both people under the influence of alcohol or drugs.

National director of Family First Bob McCoskrie told the Herald there was a time and place for sexual activity but not in public, and “definitely not where families and children are passing by”.

“This couple are showing complete disrespect for both themselves and for the general public. Families should definitely report this type of behaviour to the police. Public indecency is still – and should be – a crime.”
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 Group who filmed nude woman running around Parnell carpark labelled disrespectful
NZ Herald 17 December 2017
A group of young men who videoed a naked and incoherent woman running around an Auckland park have been condemned for their actions.

Herald readers have hit out at the group, labelling the decision to film the woman instead of helping her disrespectful and abhorrent.

And Family First says the group’s actions were disappointing.

The video emerged on social media late last week. The woman with long brown hair does not appear to be coherent and is seen racing around a carpark in Parnell on Wednesday evening.

Family First national director Bob McCoskrie said it appeared that the distressed and incapacitated woman in the video needed practical help, not a social media campaign.

“It’s disappointing that the public didn’t call for help and didn’t offer help if, and where, possible.”
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