A shocking video has emerged showing a couple having sex in broad daylight at one of Australia's popular beaches.
A woman was filmed wearing a black bikini while lying on top of a man as they get kinky on the wide open white sandy shore at Henley Beach in Adelaide.
Parents at the school have been notified, an Education Department spokesman said.“The employee has been directed away from work,” he said.“As the matter is currently before the courts no further information can be provided at this time.”The man has been bailed to appear in the Adelaide Magistrates Court on July 2.
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Wilson, 67, who is suffering from the early stages of Alzheimer's disease but claims medication has helped his memory, told the court during his landmark magistrate-only trial he could not remember Mr Creigh and another altar boy telling him in 1976 they were abused by Fletcher.
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