Clothed tourist at nudist swingers party sparks 'mini-riot'
A tourist who refused to take his clothes off at a swinger sex party has been blamed for "a mini-riot" at a north Queensland nudist colony.
Police were called amid threats of violence and lewd behaviour and ordered the Brisbane man and his wife from the adults-only "anything goes" sex party.
The White Cockatoo resort at Mossman, near Port Douglas, is promoting swingers and sex parties in a month of hedonism for March in a bid to boost sagging tourism figures.
Once billed as the nation's top group-sex hotspot for swingers, the resort made international headlines last year when The Courier-Mail first reported plans to lift a self-imposed swinger ban.
Owner Tony Fox said the "mini-riot" erupted when four naked female guests protested when confronted by the fully-clothed man.
"They felt uncomfortable with him eyeing them off and I asked him to show some respect and take his clothes off," said the nudist colony manager.
"He then threatened to bash me, there was some argy-bargy and I ordered him off the premises and police were called."