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Organisers at the Indy 300 at the Gold Coast have released a code of conduct for fans around the track, banning nudity and other “offensive behavior” at the event.

Prompted by flashing fans on balconies at last year’s race, organisers have drawn up a document regarding the behaviour of people staying in apartments within the track precinct.

The document, which people must sign before being given room keys to the apartments, says that guests “need to ensure the behaviour on the balconies does not offend the general public”.

Surfers Paradise MP John-Paul Langbroek told News Ltd the decline in behaviour by crowds has become ‘embarrassing’.

Some of the protesters have come together to say its a free world and they can shower on the balcony if they so desire, other have posted funny photos on blogs and websites protesting the code of conduct.

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