Published Thursday, 17 July 2014
Alcohol is often a contributing factor in such situations. (© Getty)
The explicit image, which shows two young women on top of two young men on the ground outside the venue, has been shared extensively on social media networks.
It follows a number of similar incidents, including a video of an 18-year-old girl from Co Armagh who was caught on camera performing sex acts on 24 men in a nightclub in Magaluf.
The footage went viral, meaning it had been shared by thousands of people around the world - to the devastation of the teenager and her family.
Speaking after the latest incident came to light, Alliance MP Naomi Long said she was concerned that young people were leaving themselves "extremely vulnerable" - often due to excess alcohol.
"Apart from the risk to their own safety and sexual health, such images going viral on the internet can have significant ramifications for people beyond the immediate commentary," she said.
Ms Long also spoke out about the attitudes towards women caught up in such incidents, compared with men who are also involved.
I find the exclusive focus on the women and girls in such situations quite unjust.
Naomi Long, Alliance
"The notion of shaming women and girls for engaging in the same high-risk sexual behaviours as their male counterparts, who are often lauded for the same behaviour, speaks volumes about society's attitudes," Ms Long said.
"It perpetuates stereotypes which are damaging to women and to men, rather than encouraging a culture of respect - for self and for others - in all our young people, regardless of gender."
That issue of double-standards was also raised by Geordie Shore star Jay Gardner after the Magaluf incident, which he witnessed during a personal appearance at the nightclub in question.
He claimed that the teenager who engaged in 24 sex acts in the hope of winning a holiday had asked if he wanted to be "number 25". He declined.
"She's obviously done this - but there's another 24 people involved," he said, noting that the men involved had not received anything like the same amount of attention.
Previously, a teenage girl was caught on camera performing sex acts during a gig at Slane when 80,000 people gathered to see US rapper Eminem last August.
The images trended around the world on Twitter, but it emerged that the girl was just 17 and so distraught by the extent of the unwanted attention that she ended up in hospital.
At that time, child protection teacher Jarlath Burns spoke to UTV regarding the particular dangers of sharing explicit images online when they involve those aged under 18.
"It is actually an offence to view a lewd picture involving an underage child," he said.
The age at which someone is considered a child in terms of explicit images is not necessarily the same as the age of consent.
In Northern Ireland, the age of consent is 16, but indecent images of children relate to anyone under 18. In the Republic of Ireland, the age of consent is 17 and indecent images relate to under 17s.
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