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Clothed man at Queensland sex party sparked mini-riot

By Subhabrata Das     Mar 8, 2009 in Travel
A tourist who reportedly declined to take off his clothes at a swinger sex party at Australian nudist resort has been blamed for sparking a mini-riot.
Police were called to a north Queensland nudist colony in Australia, when a man reportedly refused to take his clothes off in an adults-only "anything goes" sex party, sparking a mini-riot.
According to the report, police arrived amid threats of violence and lewd behavior and evicted the Brisbane man and his wife from the raunchy party at the White Cockatoo resort in Queensland.
According toowner Tony Fox, the mini-riot was sparked when four nude female guests protested after confronted by a fully clothed man, the report added.
Fox said: "They felt uncomfortable with him eyeing them off and I asked him to show some respect and take his clothes off. He then threatened to bash me, there was some argy-bargy and I ordered him off the premises and police were called."
The White Cockatoo resort in Mossman, near Port Douglas, is trying to promote sex parties and swingers in a month of hedonism for March, in an attempt to boost the falling tourist business in the face of economic meltdown.
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