I'm not going to go into how wrong and disturbing it is because I'm sure we all feel the same way.
What I would like to talk about, however, is the comment from the police at the end of the article.
A South Australian police media spokesman said: "The couple is being monitored."I have visions of a policeman skulking around in the bushes with a radio going, "Yup, they're holding hands, roger." Or "I think they're hugging a bit longer than what would be normal for a father and daughter, roger."
I mean, how exactly is the couple being monitored? Surveillance cameras? Bugged phones?