Modest Trespass: Police Called to Swinger’s Club to Deal With Man Who Refused to Take Clothes Off

thumb_policeman_cartoonNow, this is an interesting trespass and disorderly conduct case out of Australia. The White Cockatoo resort has complained that a Brisbane man and his wife came to an “anything only” sex party but the man refused to take his clothes off.

The man’s refusal to strip allegedly caused a “mini-riot.” The owner Tony Fox (yes, Tony Fox) said that four women at the swinger’s club objected to the full-clothed man and the club sought to throw him out.

Owner Tony Fox said the “mini-riot” erupted when four naked female guests protested when confronted by the fully-clothed man. The manager explained “They felt uncomfortable with him eyeing them off and I asked him to show some respect and take his clothes off.”

Some of this is lost in translation. The manager explained that the man “threatened to bash me, there was some argy-bargy and I ordered him off the premises and police were called.”

I have had to look up “argy-bargy.” It is defined as “[a] lively or disputatious discussion.” It was thankful it was just that.

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7 thoughts on “Modest Trespass: Police Called to Swinger’s Club to Deal With Man Who Refused to Take Clothes Off”

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  2. Thanks for telling us your business. Now we all know where to avoid when in Australia.

  3. I realize this item is being treated light-heartedly, but I still want to say that I’m with the owner in this case. The man was not acting like a guest or a party-goer but as a voyeur and giving him the choice of “join in or get out” was entirely proper.

    At these kinds of events there is usually someone in charge, someone responsible for enforcing the rules on which the participants have agreed. That person is most frequently the host, which in this case was Fox.

    Just as with any party, just as with a party at your own house, if you as the host say to someone that they are causing a disturbance and must leave, they have to leave and they don’t get to argue the point, much less get the threaten to “bash” you for maintaining the rules.

  4. LOL above, good ones guys. One question though; isn’t an ‘”anything goes” sex party’ that requires you to do something an oxymoron? šŸ˜‰

  5. I suggest that the anti-swinger has standing to countersue those 4 broads for:

    naked aggression…

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