Police are hunting a pair of tourists who recorded a porn video on top of a sacred volcano.
The video was shot on Mount Batur on the island of Bali in Indonesia, and was afterwards uploaded to Pornhub.
A woman, who has since been identified as a Russian model, wore a mask on her chin in the steamy clip.
The footage was viewed more than 1.2 million times on the porn platform but has since been taken down, Coconuts reports.
It is believed it was shot last year, and police are trying to find out whether the pair are still on the island.
Bangli precinct chief I Gusti Agung Dhana Aryawan said: “Our officer found the location, specifically along the hiking trail of Mount Batur, a bit above Pasar Agung Temple.
“We are coordinating with immigration to find out whether or not the people concerned are still in Bali.”
If they are still in Indonesia, the pair may be charged with public indecency.
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The offence carries a maximum prison sentence of two years and eight months in prison.
Back in February, a model who sparked outrage when sheposed naked on top of an endangered elephantfor anInstagrampost was questioned bypolicein Bali.
Alesya Kafelnikova, 22, a Russian influencer, shared a boomerang of her sprawled out on top of the Sumatran elephant in Bali on February 13.
She posted the clip to her 557,000 followers, with the caption "natural vibes", but deleted the post and apologised after it angeredanimallovers around the world and some locals.
Gusti Ayu Suinaci, who heads a special crimes unit at the Bali Police, said the influencer was summoned for questioning about the provocative post, Indonesian newspaper Kompas reported.
However, he said police concluded that Alesya had not broken any laws, because she "did not intentionally show something vulgar or something other than art".
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Save the Asian Elephants earlier described the photo as a "crude stunt".
Most of the elephants in Bali live in captivity and are ridden by tourists.
Alesya afterwards posted: "I have been doing charity work for many years and one of my last donations was financial support to animals and to local people in the village, in which I took these photos.”
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