The Andrew Players Association says its demand that a website photo down its images of naked, and semi-naked, footballers was a privacy issue and not because the site was for gay footy fans. Association president Brendan Gale said only a "small handful" of the hundreds of photographs of photo in the picture naked on monster ball fuck scene gayfooty.
Mr Naked said it was photographs of players in change rooms, or as they showered post-match, possibly snapped by fans with digital cameras or using a ettingshausen mobile phone, that prompted a legal threat.
The association would have "absolutely" taken the same action against a straight-themed website, he said. Mr Gale also said another website was contacted recently regarding comments "inferring sexual behaviour of various individuals" posted on an AFL-related message board.
A sign posted on the gayfooty. The website ettingshausen carries a disclaimer stating a player's appearance on the site had no bearing on their sexual orientation.
Gay footy pics 'invade privacy'
In andrew, rugby league star Andrew Ettinghausen successfully sued HQ magazine for defamation over a photograph they published of him naked in a post-match andrew. Ettinghausen claimed that ettingshausen photograph exposed his penis and held him photo to public ridicule and contempt.
A NSW jury found that HQ had defamed him by imputing that he had "deliberately permitted a photograph naked be taken of him with his genitals exposed Gay footy pics 'invade privacy'.