I would think that the last thing visitors would want at a nudist beach are spy cameras, but in Torquay, Australia, nudist beach goers are welcoming the idea. Nudists are sick of all the nookie that goes on in the dunes and the car park at Point Impossible, which persists despite increased police presence in the area as well as new warning signs. As a result, local law enforcement is working with the Surf Coast Shire to add concealed security cameras around the parking lot and in the prohibited dune areas, as a deterrent to 'obscene acts'.
Australian Nudist Federation representative, Werner Jacob, is happy about the plan as the cameras will not be near the actual beach, but towards the back of the beach park:
It will get the unwanted people away from the beach. We have nothing to hide and if someone is caught doing the wrong thing that is their bad luck.
The video will be relayed back to Torquay's law enforcement command center. So what about all the nudists walking from the car park to the beach? I would not mind being the lucky sob paid to monitor the cameras, who no doubt will get to glimpse the occasional live sex show.
If the ordinance is approved, the cameras are expected to go into operation in October.