Camels, nudists and hooning cars: Cable Beach congestion ‘an accident waiting to happen’ More Here;

A veteran cameleer is warning a dangerous level of congestion โ€” and tourists copping an unwanted eyeful of naked flesh โ€” is putting one of Australia’s most iconic tourist attractions at risk.

The Cable Beach camel tours in Broome are used in tourism marketing material across the world, but John Geappen says the evening bottleneck of hooning cars, dogs and nudists is creating a potentially deadly scenario.

“The worst-case scenario is you’ll have a car hit a camel train, and somebody is seriously injured or God forbid killed on Cable Beach, and then we’ll all find ourselves sitting in front of the coroner explaining our position,” he told 7.30.

“This is an accident waiting to happen โ€” we’ve already had accidents and injuries, and all it would take is for a speeding car, and a dog or a child runs out in front of them, and they swerve to avoid them and suddenly they’ve hit a camel train โ€” I mean, imagine the horror of that.”

Source: Camels, nudists and hooning cars: Cable Beach congestion ‘an accident waiting to happen’ – ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)