Bangbros is in trouble over their public videos
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https://www.nbcmiami.com/investigations/...01001.html

They deleted all the US videos from when the revived publicbang site last year. Only US vids left are from before the controversy. The euro scenes are untouched. The deleted scenes are still up on the tubes though.
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#2
Dummies. They should be lucky that they've been getting away with it for this long. It's one thing for an amateur or a startup site making these guerilla style scenes to get noticed, but how long have they been around? I always got the feeling bangbros was ran by less than professional asshats, just by looking at the directors and people they put behind the camera.
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(03-03-2019, 07:52 PM)HGH Wrote: Dummies. They should be lucky that they've been getting away with it for this long. It's one thing for an amateur or a startup site making these guerilla style scenes to get noticed, but how long have they been around? I always got the feeling bangbros was ran by less than professional asshats, just by looking at the directors and people they put behind the camera.

I remember when they were realbutts.com, you're not far off.
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#4
I'm very surprised this has been taking place without anyone complaining until now! Balsy, really!
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#5
America really is just so fucking painfully, puritanically prudish. The country is completely obsessed with sex such that it bleeds into the marketing of basically every product imaginable, but the NBC article that was linked reflects just how boring and repressed most Americans' attitudes towards sex really are. The euro scenes are untouched because, throughout most of Europe, the human body is regularly seen on display in public and people aren't so sheltered and shamed by a national media that treats normal sex acts as taboo. I mean, they were apparently filming by some train tracks, not behind an elementary school. Who honestly gets worked up about this shit?
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#6
I've always wondered how they got away with doing this in public. Surprised it took this long tbh
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#7
Were there any black or IR public scenes? The most public stuff I saw was bang bus scenes.
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#8
I think the problem wasn't the "in public" aspect of it, as there are a lot of websites that technically film "in public", I think it was their carelessness in the type of "public places" they film in, and who is exposed to their filming. Some of the locations they film in are near schools, churches, public parks, etc. Florida is still a tourist based economy, so when a family shows up at a park or a beach and they are filming porn, it tends to hurt the tourist economy.
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#9
I remember "Industry Invaders" made quite a few public IR scenes in Florida too. They just have to be more careful.
Anyhow, I think this was good advertising for BangBros Big Grin
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