The sex tape scandal hits the rescue club: explicit video of a minor girl and the boy becomes viral online after NRL sex tapes circulate
- Surf Life Saving Queensland is facing a sex tape scandal after filming has become viral
- Explicit images presumably show minor members on two different occasions
- Complaints from members brought the problem to the attention of the organization
Mark Brook for Daily Mail Australia
Surf Life Saving Queensland is facing a sex tape scandal after alleged clandestine filming with underage club members became viral.
The explicit movie, which was uploaded to social media, shows underage members on two separate occasions on the Gold Coast and Sunshine Coast.
One of the videos showed a 15-year-old girl and a slightly older boy, while the second video showed two female "clubbies" in a bathroom with a shower.
Surf Life Saving Queensland faces a sex tape scandal after the lascivious video that presumably presents members of the minors' club becomes viral (stock image)
A series of complaints from other club members, who saw the video online, brought attention to the crew's characteristics of the locker room behavior.
A surf rescue insider told The Courier Mail that the video of the boy and girl, believed to be 15, was characterized by a sexual act on tape & # 39;
"I believe he openly admitted to many people. She is a minor. She should be reported to the police," the insider said.
Another club member stated that the club would have a bad reputation for filming explicit movies and then covering it.
Several members of the Sunshine Coast club have allegedly filed complaints on similar occasions, where explicit and then shared social media footage was recorded.
One of the complaints claimed that one of the club members was filmed while dancing in the shower in his bathers while another member "gave the finger" to the camera.
"They are all taken inside the locker rooms, which has a large sign on the door that prohibits the use of phones inside the rooms," the club member said.
The insider also stated that the club and the branch did nothing to resolve the complaints – even if the videos are a violation of the club's rules.
Several members of the Sunshine Coast club have allegedly filed complaints on similar occasions, where explicit and then shared social media footage was recorded
According to the Queensland Surf Life Saving policy, club members and volunteers are not allowed to share online content that could be considered obscene or offensive.
"The profiles and public pages are reflected on the Surf Life Saving brand and can be seen by everyone, so make sure you only publish the appropriate content.
& # 39; Avoid jokes or offensive images that contravene the terms and conditions of social media & # 39 ;, stated on its website the organization for the protection of the surf.
A spokesman for Surf Life Saving Queensland said that while they cannot discuss complaints about members, any alleged illegal or criminal activity must be reported to the police.
According to members of the Surf Life Saving Queensland club policy and volunteers are not allowed to share online content that could be considered obscene or offensive
"We encourage anyone, member or other, who has witnessed or has evidence of alleged illegal or criminal activities contacting the police," the spokesman said.
A spokesman for the Queensland police service confirmed that there was no official complaint about the Gold Coast incident reported to the police.
The sex tape scandal comes a few weeks after the release of explicit movies that supposedly show NRL football players emerging earlier this month.
Tyrone Phillips and Liam Coleman were two Penrith Panthers players who were involved in a sex tape scandal involving an explicit video that supposedly showed players.
The video was the second to be released online in less than a week, after the videos allegedly featuring the Panthers, Tyrone May, were unveiled.
Daily Mail Australia has reached Surf Life Saving Queensland.