Shirtless ‘tosser’ strips down to his undies to pose for photos in the Pool of Reflection at Sydney’s Anzac war memorial
- A shirtless man was seen posing in the pool at the Anzac Memorial on Thursday
- Photo was shared online with many slamming the man for being ‘disrespectful’
- The cultural site is a memorial to honour those who fought in World War I
A shirtless man has been branded a ‘disgrace’ after flexing his muscles during a photoshoot in the Pool of Reflection at Sydney’s Anzac war memorial.
The man stood proudly in the water, wearing nothing but his underwear while a photographer snapped a photo at the site in the city’s Hyde Park on Thursday.
The picture was shared to social media platform Reddit with hundreds of people condemning the man for his ‘disrespectful’ behaviour.
A man has been branded a ‘disgrace’ after having a photo shoot at the Pool of Reflection in Sydney’s Anzac Memorial
Many believed the man was a social media influencer hoping to gain followers by posting the outrageous photo, while others branded him a ‘scumbag’.
‘Internally focused, no doubt. Probably never even crossed his mind to consider anything but his own wants,’ one wrote.
‘Should be made to clean the pool with a toothbrush,’ another commented.
‘That’s disgraceful,’ a third said.
‘Such disrespect,’ someone said.
‘What a self- centred tosser,’ another posted.
The memorial was built in the early 1930s to honour those who fought in World War I and now serves as one of NSW’s most commemorative and culturally significant sites.
Under state legislation, the memorial is considered a protected place meaning any damage or indecent acts at the site are illegal.
Daily Mail Australia has contacted the Anzac Memorial for comment.
The memorial was built in the early 1930s to honour those who fought in World War I and now serves as one of NSW’s most commemorative and culturally significant sites