Did they though? Pretty sure it was investigated and no charges laid. Surely if it was filmed it'd be pretty easy for the police to see if someone's phone had taken a video, and if their in a cubicle and the door is closed it's hardly public. Or if she was being raped surely one of the other patrons who used the toilet would come forward or call security.
This is actually pretty similar to Matty Johns, who as far as I'm concerned only needs to apologise to his wife. Not me or anyone else who wants to watch 60 minutes.
They were each fined 20k or something werent they?
Mate in a public place - like a bar - having sex somewhere where people can potentially see is classed as public, in nsw anyway. Not sure what the actual law is in QLD, but its only not public if its in your own home/private room etc.
Im not saying she was raped or anything, I totally she believe that she went in there willingly, possibly got a bit overwhelmed when a few others came in then flipped out after she had realised what she had done or when she realised 3 dudes had their dicks in her face. There is every chance she asked for them to come in, and every chance that she didnt ask for them to come in. Either way, they were cleared but the club still saw to fine them 20k each so something dodgy happened.
No one was charged .. everyone has moved - but its totally different to the warriors thing (if it happened in a private hotel or house) because of the fact it happened in a public bar.
If players are still spittying chicks (which I am sure still happens every weekend) and its getting out its most certainly not the look the game is looking for, even if all parties consent. There is nothing wrong with it if the chick is up for it, but group sex certainly is bad for the NRL's/and club/players public images.