First there was a spate of nipple slips and transparent clothing. I wonder if Daniella Cicarelli having sex with Renato “Tato?? Malzoni, her boyfriend and apparently a Merril Lynch employee, is going to inspire a spate of even more public sexual encounters? Probably not but if this video confirms anything, it is that you have to be careful with all those people running around with video cameras, video capable phones and other video recording devices.
So who is Daniella Cicarelli? According to Wikipedia:
Daniela Cicarelli has been a model since age 12 and won the Elite national competition at 14. She attracted attention in Brazil in early 2001 due to a Pepsi TV commercial and became very well known. In 2003 she began hosting a summer show for MTV Brasil, working in other shows on that channel since then. That year, Cicarelli started dating football player Ronaldo and this made her widely known in Spain as well, leading her to command fees ten times higher for appearing at fashion events.
It turns out that this video was actually shot in September last year:
On 17 September 2006, a sex video shot by paparazzo Miguel Temprano was broadcast on the TV show Dolce Vita on spanish channel Telecinco, showing Daniela on a beach in Spain petting with her boyfriend, Merrill Lynch employee Renato "Tato" Malzoni and later having sex with him in the water. The next day an edited version of the paparazzi scenes from the show was uploaded as a video clip to YouTube, but deleted that same day. Even after the deletion the video was still available on various internet websites. Newspapers reported that computer networks crashed at stock markets in Brazil after many users tried to send and download the video. On September 27, Malzoni and Cicarelli were granted an injunction by Sao Paulo state supreme court against YouTube, Globo.com and IG. However despite YouTube’s efforts to withdraw the clip it continued to appear on the site under varying file names, so Cicarelli sued again in December 2006. In January 2007, the Supreme Court ordered YouTube to find a way to permanently block the video from being uploaded on its servers, to shut down their site until such a block can be realized, or to face an order imposed upon Brazilian Internet service providers to block access to YouTube. Brasil Telecom has since implemented such a block, leaving YouTube inaccessible in part of Brazil. Links to the video on sites other than YouTube have turned up all over the Internet and news groups.
A parody of the video was made by the Pânico na TV, a controversal brasilian nationwide broadcasted program by Rede TV!. Also the health secretary of the state of Rio Grande do Sul has made a parody with the goal of educate about the dengue fever, a virus which can by hosted by the Aedes aegypti, a mosquito specie found at the state, but yet not infected in that state. The agency’s claims that they want to take advantage of the viral marketing. 
Given that YouTube is part of Google, it is only a matter of time before this video is removed from Google Video too so if this stuff floats your boat, watch it as soon as you can.