Sex, Sand, Nudity and Assault at Byron Bay

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POLICE ARE cracking down with a ‘zero tolerance’ approach towards people caught naked outside nudist beaches in Byron Bay in northern NSW.

Two naked men caught having sex on the sand 400 metres from a nudist beach in Byron Bay have been fined $500 for offensive behaviour.

The pair, aged 27 and 57, were busted on Australia Day as part of a police patrol at Tyagarah Beach.

Locals have reported a recent rise in sexual attacks and perverts lurking around the area and illegal nude bathing in nearby bushland and walking tracks.

Police warned they would starting charging people if they continue to bath nude outside designated clothes-optional zones or get frisky in public.

“We’ve had people being attacked in those areas, there’s been a number of sex assaults, so we believe this will reduce incidents of violence,” Tweed-Byron Chief Inspector Luke Arthurs told the local paper The Northern Star.

Byron naturist Debra Conomy said sexual predators were being lured to the beach because websites for singles and swingers are publicising it as a “hook up” site.


Story by News Ltd.

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