Published January 13, 2015
The Martin County Commission nixed the idea to install a high-tech video surveillance system on beaches in several southern Florida municipalities, which would have warned people not to have sex on the beach, the WorldNetDaily.com reported.
The system was proposed after a police sting in July caught six men at two county beaches either soliciting undercover officers or exposing themselves to them, the Web site reported.
The system's cost, $300,000, killed the idea, according to the report.
Instead, they are looking to post signs warning people that uniformed and plainclothes police patrol the beaches, WorldNewDaily.com reported.