Canadian Woman Streams Sex Show In Public Library Because This Is A Thing In Our World Now

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Move over, Kendra Sunderland, there’s a new page-masturbator on the scene and she’s not limiting herself to campus libraries. That’s right, the woman only known as “lilsecrett” on myfreecams.com showed herself Macaulay Chokin’ her female equivalent of a chicken and flashing her tits and ass on camera in two different branches of the Windsor Public Library in Ontario, Canada.

CBC “determined” that she performed at least 52 times in a three-month span, some of them lasting up to three hours. Who was the lucky reporter who got to do the research on this? Well played, whoever you are.

Included in her performances, however, were other people…including children. Even though the bystanders and children weren’t a part of the sexual activity, it’s still pretty fucked up that this woman was being jerked off to by God knows how many dudes, and then BAM! A kid comes into the frame. I would say I’d expect a certain amount of class as to not allow children into your online public sex shows, but as I read that sentence back, it seems decision-making and having class is not a strong suit of lilsecrett’s.

Unfortunately for her, having unauthorized people and minors in your streams is against myfreecams’s policy. This came as a shock to absolutely no one, and her lil secret caused her account to be terminated. Sorry, guys.

The library said it was unaware of sex shows occurring on its premises, but it did get a complaint about a woman taking pictures of her genitals — which is completely different, apparently. It’s unconfirmed if this person was lilsecrett, but Kitty Pope, CEO of Windsor Public Library and an also likely username on myfreecams, was shown two videos of lilsecrett. She thinks it’s the same person. So now, lilsecrett is banned from the library, which really doesn’t sound all that bad.

The police have yet to receive any formal complaints about the matter, Staff Sergeant Brad Hill said.

“If we had a complaint it could possibly be an indecent act,” he said. “Is it morally incorrect? Certainly. But we have to investigate what we get reported to us.”

So Hill is basically saying, “Look, we’re not here to bust up the party if no one has a problem with it,” which makes Canada seem like a place I’d want to party if the alcohol wasn’t so damn expensive.

[via CBC]

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