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Footy stars are ‘filmed by sexual predator who used a hidden camera to violate Aussies’ privacy in Bali nightclub toilets’ | #childpredator | #kidsaftey | #childsaftey



By Shayne Bugden For Daily Mail Australia

01:37 21 Dec 2023, updated 01:37 21 Dec 2023

  • Stars were on end-of-season trips when offences took place 
  • Australian Federal Police are aware of the matter 
  • Footballers among hundreds of men who have been affected 



Two Australian footy stars have reportedly been targeted by a sexual predator who filmed them while they were using the bathroom at Bali nightclubs on their end-of-season trips.

The pair are among hundreds of men who have been secretly recorded while they went to the toilet at the FINNS Beach and Old Man’s clubs at the famous tourist hot spot, News Corp reported.

Images featuring the unnamed footballers are among thousands of obscene photos and videos the offender is selling on the Telegram messaging service, according to the publication, which also stated that the man is promoting content specifically featuring the two stars.

Two unnamed Aussie footy players have reportedly been filmed with a secret camera while using the bathrooms at two of Bali’s most famous nightclubs (stock image)
A sexual predator has reportedly been filming hundreds of men in the toilets at the famous Old Man’s club (pictured) and selling the images and footage online

His Telegram channel has shared hundreds of explicit images and videos since it was created two months ago and he has even shared comments from customers expressing how much they like the uploads, the publication said.

FINNS and Old Man’s are two of the premier nightspots in Bali and both are very popular with Australian tourists.

Located near Berawa Beach in Canggu and billing itself as the ‘world’s best beach club’, FINNS features nine bars – two of which are swim-up drinking spots – four pools, seven kitchens and live DJs and musical performances.

Old Man’s has long been popular with holidaying Aussies and sits on Batu Bolong Beach, also in Canggu, where its famous beer garden hosts a wild party scene after the sun sets.

Daily Mail Australia does not infer that either club or any of their employees are in any way involved in the filming of patrons or are responsible for the filming. Both clubs have been contacted for comment.

Australian Federal Police are aware of the offender’s activities, which also reportedly took place at the FINNS Beach Club (pictured)

The Australian Federal Police and Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade are both aware of the man’s activities.

The AFP has referred the offences to the Indonesian National Police, and the department told the publication that it will help any affected Australians through its consulate on the island while working with local authorities.

Bali has long been a mecca for Australian holiday makers and was the top international destination for tourists from down under until it lost the No.1 spot to New Zealand earlier this month.

While the vast majority of Aussie visitors enjoy their stay, there is also an almost constant stream of sad stories to emerge from holiday makers who have had their stay wrecked by accident or misadventure.

Bali has long been a wildly popular holiday destination for Australian tourists – but not all of them come home with happy stories (stock image)

Indonesian authorities have this year introduced a raft of measures aimed at cracking down on unruly tourists as they try to improve Bali’s reputation as a budget destination.

They have targeted excessive drinking, littering and stripping down for selfies at temples, with measures including a new tourist tax, a do and don’ts list, billboards instructing how to act at sacred sites, and a task force to monitor visitor behaviour.

Personal injury claims by Australian visitors to Bali have been steadily rising despite the crackdown on rowdy behaviour, according to Todd Nelson, managing director of Cover-More travel insurers.

‘As travel approaches pre-Covid levels, there has been an increase in the total number of claims and the number of claims from travellers to Bali in particular,’ Nelson told Daily Mail Australia. 



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