A couple filmed themselves engaging in sexual activity on the grave of a prominent Australian artist.
The man and lady chose to engage in sexual activity in broad daylight at St. Mark’s Anglican Cemetery in Cressy, northern Tasmania.
The grave was later recognized as belonging to landscape painter David Hammond Chapman, whose footage has since circulated on social media.
In broad daylight, the man and lady chose to engage in sexual activity on top of a grave in St. Mark’s Anglican Cemetery in Cressy, northern Tasmania.
Mr. Chapman died in 1983, and his wife Beatrice, who died in 2018, was interred alongside him.
In the footage, a woman is seen lying on a tomb wearing nothing but an unbuttoned orange shirt before being joined by her boyfriend.
“Well, there’s the grave of someone. It’s a grave child,’ the man adds on the footage, as reported by The Mercury.
That’s where it’s at, we’re going to f**k on the grave.
The woman then mocks the corpses that have been laid to rest in the cemetery, saying, “May the souls of the faithfully departed rest in peace.”
One person who viewed the video expressed hope that Mr. Chapman’s family was aware of what had been done to his gravesite.
They told the publication, “I find this extremely revolting, and I hope the news reaches the family whose grave it is.”
Since then, the video has circulated on social media, with the burial of landscape painter David Hammond Chapman, whose grave is visible.
Another video circulating showing a pair – thought to be the same couple – performing a sex act with a fish suggests that the couple’s inappropriate behavior did not end there.
In this video, a woman is seen lying on a boat while her partner performs a sexual act on her using a live fish.
The man explains, “This is how to catch a trout.”
Tasmania Police acknowledged that they were aware of the fish footage and were conducting an investigation.
Social media users have been reminded that owning or distributing the footage is a criminal offense