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Woman's breasts recognized: Porn star confesses to filming sex videos in church

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A woman has confessed to making sex videos inside a church in Austria after a tipster alerted police. And it wasn't her facial features that gave her up, either, because in the posted video, Huffington Post reported Aug. 11, the woman's face was never shown. But her breasts were and it was her apparently very distinguishable breasts -- and the setting in which they were filmed -- that led to her confession and arrest.

According to the Austrian Times, Bernard Pauer, the priest at the Hoersching, Austria, church that was apparently used for making porn, was made aware of the woman's performance from a concerned parishioner. The anonymous tipster told the priest that he had recognized the church wherein the woman in the sex video was fondling her exposed breasts.

At first, police were at a loss and unable to identify the woman. Images of the woman were shown by local media at the prompting of police and a subsequent lead led them to a 24-year-old woman who made Internet porn movies under the pseudonym "Babsi." A Polish immigrant, the woman had been living in Austria since she was very young.

"We have identified a suspect. She has already been questioned and has made ​​a full confession," said police spokesman David Furtnerteich.

"Babsi" now faces charges of offending religious feeling and desecration of a church.

According to the New York Daily News, there are at least two sex videos of the woman performing in the same Austrian church in June. Both videos are available for download online, authorities noted.

As for the church, the sight of the desecration, the commission of a sin within its walls apparently does not diminish its holiness. Church officials decided that the woman's sins weren't enough to drive out God, therefore the church would not have to be reconsecrated.

Porn star "Babsi," nor her film crew, had permission from the church to create the videos within the church, the Austrian Press Agency reported. The film crew could still be charged for their role in the making of the sex videos. All could still be charge under Austria's Criminal Code, Section 189, according to The Local, which "prohibits creating 'mischief' that is liable to cause a legitimate nuisance in a church or religious community."

But what about the weeks between the filming of the porn videos and the discovery? The Local also reported that the diocese offered in a statement: "The sacraments which were celebrated in the past few weeks in the parish church are still considered valid."

The debate on how to restore the dignity of the church, however, is still ongoing.

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