Sex on the beach: Police investigate raunchy video shoot
Police have launched an investigation after an explicit sex video that appeared to be shot on a Bermuda beach was circulated on social media.
The video allegedly featured a Japanese woman named Hina Nanase, who was filmed in a variety of sex acts with a man on what appeared to be Horseshoe Bay.
A Google search of Ms Nanase produced scores of links to Japanese adult video sites that featured the video, called Bermuda 7th Year Anniversary Special Project.
The face of the man was pixilated out and other scenes were also censored.
The police service confirmed it was aware of the video and had launched an investigation into whether the film breached obscenity laws.
A BPS spokesman highlighted it was still unclear if the 11-minute video was shot in Bermuda, or when it was filmed.
He added that anyone who committed an indecent act in a public place was guilty of a summary offence and could face up to five years in jail.
The spokesman said: “The matter is now under investigation by the BPS vulnerable persons unit.”
He added: “It’s unclear when the video clip would have been recorded and we are asking that anyone with information about it to please call 211 or the main police number, 295-0011.
The spokesman warned the public that anyone who sends offensive, indecent or obscene material through a public telecommunications service was also guilty of an offence which could result in a one-year jail term.
He said: “Further, we urge that should you receive the video, you delete it and not share it on.”