Teenagers in Australia are being accused of 'having orgies in shopping centres'

Teenagers in Australia are being accused of 'having orgies in shopping centres'
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An Australian mum was left traumatised after claims she witnessed teens having a "weird teen orgy" in a public baby changing room.

Earlier this week, Ashton Grohn claimed she walked in on four teenagers having sex on a bench in Brisbane's Westfield North Lakes, while she was on her way to change her two-year-old daughter.

Grohn said the teens showed little remorse when she spotted them on the bench and claimed they carried on in the breastfeeding cubicle.

"I didn't feel comfortable saying anything to them as there were four of them and only me and my daughter," she wrote.

"I threw my daughter, half-dressed and the contents of my change bag into our trolley and left.

"I honestly will never be using the parents' room without someone else with me."

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It comes after an Aussie teen responded to Grohn's allegations, telling The Courier Mail, "This has been happening since I was in Year 10 at most shopping centres,

"It's especially popular during late-night shopping.

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The claims have since been disputed by OnlyFans specialists, Content Creation Management, who insisted the adult platform is heavily moderated and blocks such content.

A spokesman for Content Creation Management – said to manage over 10,000 OnlyFans profiles – told the Daily Mail: "Crazy, I have never seen anything about public orgies on OnlyFans.

"OnlyFans is typically not used for hardcore content.

"OnlyFans actually restricts, blocks and deletes any content made in public, as it goes against their terms.

"I'm aware there are some pornstars on OnlyFans who engage in orgys, but these people tend to be in their late 20s, not teens.

"OnlyFans does so much to delete videos with music in the background, their content moderation is quite strong & is getting firmer and firmer."

Queensland Police told the outlet they were looking into Grohn's reported incident.

"'Investigations are underway following a report of inappropriate conduct in a parents' facility at a North Lakes shopping centre on Sunday, November 6," a police spokeswoman said.

"Police are working with the shopping centre's management and security teams to make further enquiries into the report."

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