A woman has been left red-faced after being asked to dance in front of a group of men.
The man, who is believed to be a DJ, asked the woman to take her jacket off and dance with him.
“He didn’t say anything to her but he was smiling and was very nice,” one of the dancers told news.com .au.
“I asked him if he wanted to dance with me, he looked at me, shook his head no, walked away.”
“I had to walk to the back of the dancefloor and asked another dancer to do the same.”
The woman, who was dancing in front a group at the festival in Perth’s CBD, said she did not want to get into a dance and was confused by the man’s behaviour.
“He asked me to take my jacket off, he was laughing and smiling,” she said.
“After a couple of minutes, he came back, put his arm around my shoulders and said, ‘You’re dancing for me, aren’t you?'”
The woman said she was not sure if the man was aware of the dress code but had told her he did not need to take off her jacket to dance.
“It wasn’t my intention to dance for him,” she told news .au, adding that she felt “a bit embarrassed” for not wearing her clothes.
The man has since been arrested and faces one count of public nuisance and two counts of indecent exposure.
The event was not the first time the man has caused trouble at a rave.
In February, a man wearing a “DJ mask” caused an uproar when he started dancing in the front row.
Police are still investigating the incident.