The ruling by three judges came at the end of an unsuccessful appeal by a man convicted of filming himself having sex with prostitutes. His lawyers argued that the voyeurism law allowed him to do so since even a bedroom is not a private place if he was there legitimately. In a highly unusual development in a criminal case, the court allowed someone not directly involved in events to intervene in the hearing to develop arguments that consent should be the primary issue when considering cases under the Sexual Offences Act. The CPS said afterwards it was urgently reviewing the decision and would assess whether to continue resisting a judicial review claim brought by Emily Hunt, the woman who intervened in the hearing and who has criticised prosecutors for refusing to bring charges after she was filmed naked in a hotel bedroom by a man without her consent. The unanimous decision by Lord Justice Fulford, Mrs Justice Cheema-Grubb and Mrs Justice Foster came at the end of an application by Tony Richards, 39, of Cardiff, to have two voyeurism charges under section 67 of the Sexual Offences Act dismissed on the grounds that he had committed no crime. Jon Rees QC, for Richards, told the court that even though the two women may not have consented to being filmed, if Richards was entitled to be in their bedrooms they could not have a reasonable expectation to privacy. When parliament drew up the legislation, it did not define the rules simply as a lack of consent, Rees said.
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The Santa Monica Public Library has a lengthy code of conduct that it expects visitors at all five of its branches to follow. It specifically calls out everything from being noisy obvs to "using books as a footstool or pillow," to monopolizing more than one of its electrical outlets at a time. It also prohibits any of the lewd behavior mentioned by Section a of the California Penal Code, which means you're not supposed to touch anyone's genitals, buttocks or breasts in the library, nor can you "attempt to arouse or sexually gratify" yourself or anyone else while you're on the property. That's a long way of saying that an adult film performer who calls herself "Ellie Eilish" shouldn't apply for a library card anytime soon, no matter how much she wants to check out Where The Crawdads Sing. The video, which was posted in December but has since been removed from most porn-hosting sites, also allegedly featured Eilish flashing her genitals to the camera "outside [on] Santa Monica streets and even outside John Muir Elementary. He responds by saying "Mission accomplished," which is the most offensive part of the entire recording.
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Thai police officers have posed for an unusual photoshoot as they re-enacted a couple who filmed themselves having sex in public. X-rated footage emerged at the weekend of a Western man and a Thai woman romping against a tree by the tennis courts at the prestigious Kasetsart University in Bangkok. More videos, of the same couple, are alleged to show them having sex next to a motorway, before going on to strip in a lift an apartment hallway. Police believe the group were making videos at the request of online customers, under the influence of foreign corruption. Our investigation found that they had been filming several scenes of outdoor sex and posting them on an adult video website for money. This behaviour is illegal and immoral. Publishing it breaks the Computer Crime Act against publishing obscenity into the public domain. Laws surrounding cyber-crime in Thailand are rather broad, meaning they can be applied to anything involving a computer that authorities believe to be illegal, which means punishments can include fines and jail sentences. Therefore, the very fact these videos are being uploaded to the internet using a computer, means they would also fall under the category of cyber-crime.
A randy couple have been filmed having sex in an outdoor meeting pod at one of the UK's most prestigious business parks. The middle-aged pair were spotted romping in the middle of the morning during the 30C heatwave. The man stripped off his shirt while his partner hoisted her dress and mounted him in a reverse cowgirl position. They might have thought they were hidden behind the pod's tinted glass but passers-by at Chiswick Park, West London, could see exactly what they were having for elevenses. The couple were filmed last week in the grounds of the award-winning park, which is home to the likes of Sony, Walt Disney and Starbucks as well as the aptly named Paramount and Virgin Active. The pods can be booked for meetings or staff can just walk in if they are free. But during their one-to-one, the couple were unbothered by the pods being open to all - or by the lack of airconditioning. They looked away in total disbelief but then looked back again and realised that they weren't dreaming," the witness said.