Three men were spotted on CCTV swimming naked in a resident's pool
Three men were spotted on CCTV swimming naked in a resident's pool

CAUGHT: Naked men, clothed women cool off in other's pools

RESIDENTS have caught out trespassers swimming in their pools via CCTV.

A Clermont resident posted on social media that three naked men took a dip in the early hours of Sunday.

"Three young men obviously auditioning for adult entertainment swimming naked in our pool early hours this morning," she said.

"I submitted our CCTV footage to a few companies for you, but unfortunately it was rejected with the notation that they would never use actors with such small male appendages.

"Suggest you stick to your day jobs and keep out of our pool."

Meanwhile two women were also caught out using someone's backyard pool.

Police said multiple people allegedly entered the backyard of a Bedford Rd in Andergrove and went swimming - fully clothed.

The residents were not home at the time.

 

Police believe this woman may be able to assist with investigations into a trespassing matter.
Police believe this woman may be able to assist with investigations into a trespassing matter. Contributed

This incident occurred about 1pm on February 17and a formal trespassing complaint has been made to the Mackay Northern Beaches police.

Police believe the two women pictured may be able to assist them with their investigation.

If you have information that could help investigating officers you can phone the station on 4969 7666 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.



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