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TWO naked men seen dancing around a stolen pot plant at a busy Melbourne train station last night have been arrested by police.
Video footage taken last night at Flinders Street train station around 11pm has emerged and shows two men appearing to perform a lewd act.
Witness Samantha Lenkic told the Herald Sun said the whole incident was strange.
“The two men started taking off their clothes and getting a bit intimate,” Ms Lenkic told the Herald Sun.
“I’ve never seen anything like it, I was stunned ... it was quite gross and not clearly something I want to see.”
Two men have been caught in a lewd act at Flinders St Station.
They have been arrested following the act.
She said the men were dancing around a pot plant before they appeared to engage in a lewd act.
Victoria Police confirm two men have been arrested and are expected to be charged on summons with wilful and obscene exposure and theft.
“PSOs arrested two men, a 25-year-old man from Flemington man and 22-year-old man from Richmond,” police spokeswoman Leonie Johnson said.
“They were arrested after reports they were allegedly seen naked on the platform and stole two pot plants from outside Melbourne Town Hall.”
Ms Lenkic said there were many witnesses.
“It was busy, there were lots of people on the platforms with dozens of people watching on,” she said.
“One elderly woman started yelling at them saying they were absolutely disgusting and they should be fined.
“Others were shocked, some people were laughing watching it all unfold.”
Metro Trains has referred all queries to Victoria Police.
This article first appeared on www.heraldsun.com.au