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Nudists at Maslins beach chase pervert

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    https://au.news.yahoo.com/sa/a/25881380/nudists-chase-down-esky-camera-pervert/?cmp=fb

     

    A group of naked beachgoers has chased down and made a citizens’ arrest on a man they believed was secretly filming them on a South Australian nudist beach.

    Police were called to Maslin Beach, in Adelaide’s south, after the group of nudists confronted the man who had allegedly been using a camera hidden inside an esky.

     

     

    Wow, that's pretty desperate to go to all that effort to film random naked people not doing much.

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    Did anybody read the comments on Facebook? Sooo many double entendres and Benny Hill references! Would've made a great DVD!

     

    Wait a sec...are you saying you use the nudist beach, Blossom?! :swoon: I thought it was only old people who did (but perhaps shouldn't!) Well, you go girl! :wubclub:

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    Did anybody read the comments on Facebook? Sooo many double entendres and Benny Hill references! Would've made a great DVD!

     

    Wait a sec...are you saying you use the nudist beach, Blossom?! :swoon: I thought it was only old people who did (but perhaps shouldn't!) Well, you go girl! :wubclub:

    I have done. It's a lovely beach, but I'm not much of a beach goer really. I'm unlikely to go again now we have the little one. I think I'll stick to beaches I can drive onto so we can have our awning and fridge etc. lol.

     

    And yes, it was mostly old (perfectly tanned) people there. There were a few younger people, but not many. A few wierdos too. Walking along fully dressed in hot days with backpacks and looking at the beach not the sea. :-/

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    Maslin is our closest beach and it's really quite a long beach with the nudists at the very far end - we've been going at least once a week for over a year and have yet to see anyone with no clothes on. It's a great beach; sandy, shallow and the sea is mostly flat although there are occasionally just enough waves for the children to enjoy their body boards.

     

    They've just re-done the reserve and there's an excellent playground there now which means it's been really busy during the first few weeks of the holidays - although for an hour or so we were the only people on the beach on Christmas Day (the hour it was raining!).

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