Toronto police are cracking down on public sex in an Etobicoke Park.
Officers at 22 Division laid 89 charges against 72 people in a month-and-a-half-old police operation dubbed Project Marie.
Majority of the charges laid were for indecent exposure and engaging in sexual activity, with ninety-five per cent of those charges laid against men.
Project Marie has Torontonians and the LGBT community enraged.
Toronto Police say Project Marie was not aimed at gay men specifically, but both males and females engaging in the forbidden act.
Marcus McCann, a labour and human rights lawyer, is one of the dozen lawyers offering support to those charged, joined the show to discuss Project Marie.