A nightclub in Australia has banned staring at strangers without their permission.
Club 77, in Darlinghurst in Sydney, says people must get verbal consent to continue staring at someone.
In the club's new new safety policy, it advises people 'if the attention you are giving someone is unwanted, it's considered harassment'.
The club says it's 'continuously striving to create a safer and truly open space for our club goers and employees'.
"We operate a zero-tolerance policy on harassment of any kind. Club 77 is not a place to come to if your sole purpose is to ‘pick up’. If you do come in and are approaching multiple people or giving unwanted attention to someone, you are going to attract the attention of our security, who have been instructed to stop this kind of behaviour."
The club says 'safety officers' wearing pink vests will enforce the staring rules.