The video below features a young Australian man, his wife and their masseur, with the therapist, in the role of a gay masseur.
The masseur has a beard, a wig and a shaved head.
The couple, who were watching The Simpsons in their hotel room, take turns doing various body-shaming and sexualised acts.
This massage is the kind that makes you feel like you’re in a bathtub and it’s not even that uncomfortable, he said, before they begin performing.
“I’ll take it slow.
You know, it’s like taking a shower,” he said.
“It’s all about feeling like a baby.”
The masseur told the couple to take off their clothes and rub their naked bodies against each other before pulling out their dildos and using them on each other.
The video is captioned “Mentally ill man and woman.”
This is the moment I can’t stop smiling.
This is the most wonderful, most wonderful moment in my life.
It’s the perfect moment.
It feels so right.
A couple is shocked as they watch.
Another couple gets on their knees to kiss the masseur before his wife puts on a robe and begins rubbing her own body.
They are both wearing a black latex glove.
Afterward, the couple says “I hope you don’t die.”
“You’ve got a lot of nerve,” the masseurs friend says.
“That’s what a gay massage is.”
It is at this point that the masseuse begins to perform oral sex on his wife.
In the video, the masseuer can be heard saying: “You’re gonna cum in my mouth.”
He then says “Yeah, you’re gonna,” as his wife rubs her body against him.
He also says: “It feels so good, you know?
It feels like I’m in the bathtub.
I don’t know if I want to be in the tub.”
When he was 18, he was arrested for indecent assault.
Two years later, he pleaded guilty to sexual activity with a child.
His wife and friend, who is not named in the video but who has been quoted as saying that she and the masseu were “really, really nice”, have also pleaded guilty.
During sentencing, Judge Peter Fenton said it was “hard to say whether it was right or wrong” for the couple, whose court appearance has not yet been scheduled.
Judge Fenton told the pair that they were both “young, beautiful, good looking, attractive, attractive women”.
“They all have been able to make a positive contribution to society, to their community and to the community of Sydney,” he told them.
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