By Claudia Poposki For Daily Mail Australia
Published: 03:30 BST, 9 September 2020 | Updated: 04:23 BST, 9 September 2020
A wedding DJ is urging Queensland's government to reconsider a bewildering double standard in its lockdown laws that ban dancing at receptions while allowing group sex parties with random strangers.
Nik Edser has created a petition to present to Queensland Health, pressuring the government body to review the blanket rule on dancing.
Currently, only the couple getting married and their parents can get on the dance floor.
'Currently swingers clubs have the dance floor roped off and closed to dancing due to the risks of spreading COVID-19,' Mr Edser said.
'If I was to attend a swingers club and met a woman, I would not be allowed to dance with her due to it being seen as high risk, yet in this very same establishment I could take her to a bedroom and have sex with her and this is not considered illegal.'
Nik Edser (pictured), a wedding entertainer, has created a petition to Queensland Health in order to review the blanket rule on dancing at weddings
Mr Edser told Daily Mail Australia he wants to make clear that he is not targeting the lifestyle of swingers.
'They should be able to continue doing what they're doing. I am targeting the discrepancy,' he said.
'It's the same with sport. I could go and sign up for a football match this weekend and a stranger could tackle me. The sporting field isn't going