Viral videos of couples having sex outside in a private Hong Kong hotel jacuzzi raise privacy concerns

Two viral videos showing a couple having sex in a private outdoor jacuzzi at a hotel in Hong Kong have ignited privacy concerns for social media users.

Allegedly shared video Facebook and WhatsApp group A few days ago, show a couple having sex in a private outdoor jacuzzi while another person is shooting from above.

It is unknown when and where the video was shot.Some social media users believe it was filmed by Another guest Or an employee of a North Point hotel that offers a room with a private jacuzzi on the balcony.

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In one of the viral videos, a woman is seen sitting on the edge of a jacuzzi, eating noodles with her partner’s head between her legs. Other videos show a man hugging a partially naked woman from behind.

The person behind the camera was able to shoot the couple through a gap in the balcony railing.

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Some social media users have expressed concern about the design of the hotel, noting that those staying downstairs will not be deprived of their privacy by other guests upstairs. But others called the person filming the couple.

“”It’s very cheap to shoot secretly, “a user wrote.

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“”Have you ever thought about the harm it could do to the people involved? “

The Hong Kong the government Crime (Amendment) Ordinance 2021 October 8, “Voyeurism, illegal recording or observation of intimate parts, publication of images resulting from voyeurism or illegal recording or observation of intimate parts, and publication of intimate images without consent or threatened publication. Covers four new crimes, including. Related Matters. “

according to Hong Kong mediaUnder the law, anyone who finds himself exposed in public can face a fine of HK $ 1,000 and a six-month imprisonment.

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Publishing obscene acts online, such as in the case of a person who photographed a couple, violates Hong Kong’s “Obscenity and Obscene Goods Management Ordinance.” Fine Up to HK $ 1 million (about $ 127,421) and 3 years in prison.

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