'Nudity promotes promiscuity. I am 1000% against this': 'Outraged' dad's meltdown after discovering couple having 'full blown sex' at his local beach

  • A man has called on police to crack down on sexual activity on a local beach
  • Jason Bowkers said he saw a couple engaging in full blown sex on Sunday afternoon at Third Bay on Coolum Beach on Queensland's Sunshine Coast
  • Mr Bowkers said his daughter, 13, and her friend often walk on the beach
  • He is concerned that they could be exposed to this kind of behaviour
  • Sergeant Cox from Coolum Police said they are aware of activities in the area
  • He said they've had past reports and have laid charges but it's 'fairly sporadic' 

A father is 'outraged' after discovering a couple having sex on a beach close to where other couples were sitting, and another who were 'heavy petting'.

Jason Bowkers was at Coolum Beach on the Sunshine Coast on Sunday afternoon when he saw a couple engaging in 'heavy sexual activity'.

'As far as I'm concerned, nudity promotes promiscuity. From what I've just seen, it encourages people to become sexually active and I am 1000% against this,' Mr Bowkers told the Sunshine Coast Daily

A Queensland father has called for police and the local council to crack down on activities at Third Bay (pictured) on Coolum Beach in Queensland after he saw a couple having sex

'I didn't find it too offensive when people were sitting on the beach, mostly naked.

'But I did find it offensive when they were sitting on the beach blatantly fornicating.

'It was not discreet, it was a bit of showmanship,' he said. 

Mr Bowkers said Third Bay was known as being an alternative location, but this was taking it too far and clothing optional beaches should not be allowed on the Sunshine Coast.

He said his 13-year-old daughter and friend regularly walk on the beach and he was concerned they would be exposed to the behaviour.

He has called for police and the local council to clamp down on the activity in the area. 

A spokesperson from the Sunshine Coast Council told Daily Mail Australia Mr Bowkers had reported the incident to them, but it was a police matter.

Sergeant Ben Cox from Coolum Police Station said police were aware of the activities in the area and had charged people in the past. He said the reports were 'fairly sporadic' and tended to spike during the school holidays

Sergeant Ben Cox from Coolum Police Station said the incident hadn't been reported to the station, but they'd had previous reports of similar activity in the area and a number of people had been charged over the years.

'It's a fairly secluded area so it lends itself to that kind of behaviour, we're certainly aware of it and we patrol it a fair bit,' Sergeant Cox said.

He said there have been people banned from the area in the past because of similar activity, but it was fairly sporadic and tended to tie in with school holidays. 

Jason Bowkers said he was concerned about the behaviour because his 13-year-old daughter and friend often walked along the beach and he was worried they would be exposed to it

'If it's reported we will certainly take action and locate people and charge them for offensive behaviour,' he said.

Sergeant Cox said the beach is frequented by children and families and that plain clothes police also patrol the area.

Daily Mail Australia has contacted Mr Bowkers for additional comment for the story.

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