The cops were worried about public decency but Armstrong is running the show in a closed shed and 'there had been no indication of wilful exposure, which is a criminal offence'.
However, Acting Premier Anna Bligh had more serious offences in mind and was relieved to learn:
The operation also was running on recycled water and therefore did not break current level five restrictions...Presumably prompted by the reporter, Bligh added:
...the government fleet would not be using the car wash.Pity really. It's a miserable existence in the Queensland Public Service.
Footnote: What an odd situation in present-day Queensland that two adults can arrange a commercial transaction in which she gets her gear off for his visual titillation and it's ok as long as she doesn't - ahem - spread 'em, which is the offence of 'wilful exposure', yet he can walk into a newsagency and, following a commercial transaction, obtain any number of magazines in which the aforementioned flash is taking place.