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Anti-domestic violence campaigners have reacted in horror at a photo showing a woman tied up and gagged while the Bathurst plays on television. It was uploaded to Facebook page Hoons-Burnout's Street Racing Australia as a jovial dig at a bloke getting some peace and quiet while watching the celebrated car race in New South Wales. However, it's sparked outrage from people worried that 'jokes' like this only seek to normalise violence against women. She added on Facebook: "And many, many thousands of women and children are likely to be beaten by drunken revheads following - and during - the Bathurst this weekend.
Photo Of Woman Tied Up And Gagged During Bathurst 1000 Sparks Outrage
Evansville police officers were dispatched at p. Saturday to an intersection in the city's Jimtown neighborhood, according to EPD probable cause affidavits. A woman appeared to have been beaten up and was screaming for help. The victim was found lying on the ground in front of a house when police arrived.
A FACEBOOK post that used a picture of a woman bound and gagged to celebrate a sporting event has sparked an angry backlash from domestic abuse campaigners. The image, which was shared by Hoons-Burnout's Street Racing Australia ahead of the Bathurst V8 car race, showed a woman tied to a chair with tape over her mouth while the race played on a television behind her. Hundreds of people criticised the "misogynistic" and "disgraceful" post after is was shared online by Sherele Moody, founder of The Red Heart Campaign, a group that campaigns to end violence and abuse against women and children. The original post has since been deleted, but had already been shared on a number of other Facebook groups.