Gold Coast Schoolies: X-rated checklist posted online 

Outrage as disgusting X-rated checklist challenging Schoolies revellers to use drugs and commit sickening acts including vile sexual assault is posted online

  • School leavers are celebrating on the Gold Coast for Schoolies 2022
  • A checklist posted by partygoers has caused outrage and shocked parents 
  • One of the 10 ‘checklist’ challenges advocates sexual violence against women 
  • Six challenges feature sex acts, two of them combined with illegal drug taking 
  • Women and girls are referred to as ‘chicks’ throughout the vile, offensive list

A vile schoolies checklist aimed at teenage partygoers has caused outrage and is sure to worry parents.

The 10 challenges include a variety of explicit sex acts, sexual assault and drug use. 

The end of high school celebrations kicked off in Surfers Paradise on the Gold Coast on Saturday with 20,000 attendees descending on the party strip in the first week.

Parents of teenagers attending Schoolies celebrations in Surfers Paradise have been shocked by a vile 'checklist' (pictured) circulating on social media

Parents of teenagers attending Schoolies celebrations in Surfers Paradise have been shocked by a vile ‘checklist’ (pictured) circulating on social media

The first item on his list is to ‘do a line on a chicks ass’. Doing a line is a reference to snorting cocaine or amphetamines.

Getting a tattoo, s***ing the bed and ‘ripping a cone’ of cannabis is also on the list. 

Most concerningly, one challenge aims to put ‘your ‘c*** in your hand and slap a chick’ and another objective is to ‘hook up with a disabled chick’.

Amongst all the likes and laughter emojis, one commenter slammed the list, saying ‘Imagine thinking taking advantage of a disabled girl is funny.’

Around 25,000 people have gathered in Surfers Paradise (pictured) for the annual Schoolies celebrations

Around 25,000 people have gathered in Surfers Paradise (pictured) for the annual Schoolies celebrations

The poster said he didn’t think it was funny, but rather it was an ‘act of kindness’.

Ironically, the first night of Schoolies had gone well, with Queensland Police commissioner Katarina Carroll saying just four people had been arrested for minor public order offences.

‘I want to really thank the school leavers of 2022 – it has started off fantastically. This is one of the best starts we’ve ever had to schoolies,’ she said.

School leavers are pictured enjoying Schoolies in Surfers Paradise, where arrests have ticked up as the week goes on

School leavers are pictured enjoying Schoolies in Surfers Paradise, where arrests have ticked up as the week goes on

While most people attending Schoolies events (pictured) are just determined to enjoy themselves, some attendees give the event a bad name

While most people attending Schoolies events (pictured) are just determined to enjoy themselves, some attendees give the event a bad name

‘It was such a wonderful, joyous feeling … I think that is because of so many years of difficulties with Covid that we’ve all now come out to celebrate.’

But the behaviour of some of the attendees went downhill rapidly from there with  some groups being evicted from their accommodation for hopping from balcony to balcony.

‘Toolies’ – older people who go to Schoolies events – are being blamed for much of the law breaking going on in Surfers Paradise.  

Of the 67 people arrested on 87 charges in the Schoolies precinct over the first three nights, just 18 of those were school leavers.

'Toolies' - older people who go to Schoolies events (pictured) - are being blamed for much of the law breaking going on in Surfers Paradise

‘Toolies’ – older people who go to Schoolies events (pictured) – are being blamed for much of the law breaking going on in Surfers Paradise

Though Schoolies brings tens of millions into the Surfers Paradise economy, some local business owners say the cost outweighs the benefit.

One of those is Nicolinis Italian restaurant, which posted a plea to ‘all our amazingly loyal and fabulous customers’ on its Facebook page.

‘Please don’t let Schoolies keep you away as we are in the quiet part of town and we would love to see,’ it said. 

‘Unfortunately Schoolies has impacted the restaurants here as many people try to avoid the area but we can assure you that it’s business as usual and it’s quite peaceful here.’ 

Nicolinis Italian restaurant in Surfers Paradise posted a plea to 'all our amazingly loyal and fabulous customers' for them to not let Schoolies 'keep you away'

Nicolinis Italian restaurant in Surfers Paradise posted a plea to ‘all our amazingly loyal and fabulous customers’ for them to not let Schoolies ‘keep you away’

The owners of Nicolinis Italian restaurant (pictured) are offering a free drink to customers who would otherwise stay at home during Schoolies week

The owners of Nicolinis Italian restaurant (pictured) are offering a free drink to customers who would otherwise stay at home during Schoolies week

To further entice its customers to visit Nicolinis, it said ‘your first drink is on the house’.

In a follow up post, the restaurant said it ‘along with many other restaurants … are currently suffering a downturn in business due to 7 whole days of Schoolies’. 

For Nicolinis’ owners, the end of Schoolies and its vile checklist of assault, sex and drugs aims can’t come soon enough.

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