Instagram users intrude on private property to take photos at infinity pools: ‘Def worth a trespass’

A woman posing at an infinity pool
A New Zealand family has had enough of eager Instagram users entering their property to take photos on the edge of an infinity pool on the edge of a 50-meter cliff on Anawhata Beach, the Guardian reports.
In the past five years, Buzz Kronfield, whose family has owned three plots of land on the beach since 1926, has seen an influx of visitors. At first, the family was not sure why they came to the property, he told the publication.
"We couldn't find out why so many people came," he said. "Then someone said," It's because the pools are all over the Internet. "
Anawhata Beach is more than 80 km from Auckland, a city on the North Island of New Zealand, and is known for its brilliant blue water. There are also "secret pools" with breathtaking views of the coast - some of which are on Kronfields Land. As a result, young wannabe social media stars have ignored the "private property" signs that Kronfield's family put up and climbed over barbed wire to take snapshots.
"We have absolutely enough," said Kronfield.
During the summer, Kronfield saw between 30 and 40 visitors a day, many of whom show up often with alcohol or nudity, he said. The infinity pool on its property has indeed become so popular that some social media users have boldly admitted to entering the house, the Guardian notes.
"Definitely worth a violation," wrote a woman in a caption on Instagram.
"One of the most beautiful places I've urinated," wrote another man next to a picture of himself in one of the pools.
Kronfield said that he once kicked 23 people out of a pool. In other cases, his family is said to have had heated confrontations with visitors who refused to leave the pool.
"Many of these people don't even go to the beach," he said. "You just come up to take a picture."
Recordings from Newsroom, a New Zealand media company, appear to confirm Kronfield's complaint. The store recently put hidden motion sensor cameras near the pools to catch those who entered the property. Some visitors were caught posing topless and bottomless in the pools while ignoring the signs attached to concrete posts. Others were caught having sex.
"They don't care what they have to do to get the shot and they'll see someone who took a shot," he told Newsroom. "They see it on Instagram and they will see all of their comments and they will even mock [the characters]."
Kronfield added that visitors often leave garbage in the infinity pools, which serve as a source of drinking water for his family. Although the family has tried other ways to keep intruders away (including reinforcing barriers along the property), he admitted that he is not entirely sure what to do at this point.
"I wonder how these people would feel if we arrive in their back yard or on their deck or swimming pool with cameras and believe that it's okay to be there because there is a great view." he asked.
This is not the only case of trespass that deserves your attention. Read more about the TikTokers that are said to have broken into the former hype house to record videos.
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