By Sahar Mourad For Daily Mail Australia
Published: 06:19 BST, 1 September 2019 | Updated: 06:29 BST, 1 September 2019
Three women involved in a wild public sex romp at a dining precinct after stumbling out of an exclusive restaurant were reportedly high on the drug ketamine.
The group allegedly walked out on a $600 bill at the Hellenika restaurant, north of Brisbane, before engaging in lewd sexual acts in full view of children on the street.
The women appeared not to mind who witness the sex romp, which lasted around 10 minutes, as it was in full view of CCTV cameras and 'at least ten people'.
Now, new details have emerged about the mystery trio and the motives behind their wild antics on the James Street footpath in Fortitude Valley on March 3.
A couple have relived the horrifying moment they witnessed three women partake in a public sex romp (CCTV footage of the incident pictured)
According to a speculative report by the Courier Mail, it's understood the group may have taken the psychedelic drug ketamine.
Ketamine, typically used as a horse tranquiliser, can cause a person to hallucinate and see and hear things different from how they are in reality.
According to the publication, it's understood one of the women worked as a topless waiter on the Gold Coast, while another was a 'diligent' student