By Greg Stolz August 15, 2008 06:00am Article from: The Courier-Mail A SLEAZE crackdown at this year's Gold Coast Indy has been ordered by Premier Anna Bligh, who warned revellers they will face arrest if they "cross the line". Ms Bligh was offended by "lewd" behaviour, including women flashing their breasts on highrise balconies, during her first visit to Indy as Premier last year and has told organisers to clean up their act. Under a new code of conduct, highrise unit owners will warn guests not to expose themselves, and the Premier has placed revellers on notice that they face arrest over such behaviour. "I indicated to the organisers of Indy last year that I thought we could be doing better in relation to managing some of the more lewd behaviour," she said yesterday at the Gold Coast launch of the Pan Pacific Masters Games. "I don't think anyone wants to see the fun taken out of Indy but I don't think most people want to see it cross the line into obscenity either. "You can have a lot of fun without turning off international visitors and spectators." Ms Bligh admitted the code of conduct for unit owners was voluntary but said it had support. She said while lewd behaviour on highrise balconies was difficult to police, "people shouldn't take any comfort from that". "If the police can identify you, they can make a charge," she said. A ban on full-strength drinks sold at bars inside the Indy precinct will also be implemented this year. The crackdown comes as the State Government prepares to fete Indy Racing League supremo Tony George at this year's race in a bid to renew its contract for five years. The IRL is demanding organisers reschedule the event, which the Government pumps $11 million into, and Ms Bligh said this dispute was far from resolved. "We've got a bit more negotiating to do ... there's a lot of money at stake and we'll be making sure that we get good value for taxpayers," she said.