After trying to give Chat Roulette the benefit of the doubt with more than a week of visits, I am convinced that the site's users are not reporting the myriad of flashers who flock to the site, despite warnings against broadcasting sexually explicit content.
Chat Roulette has said they have image recognition monitoring to help cut down on explicit content, but it is not completely effective.
However, if you visit the site, half of it is middle aged men showing penis's, and the rest drunks showing guns, or even some women exposing themselves. Theoretically in California if one went on just trying to have some funny chat sessions, and saw mostly penis's and guns, then decided to expirement themselves, and, after a few clicks, they get a middle aged woman pleasuring herself with a sign that said "play with me".
Noticing a new TOS on the site (stating you had to be 18 or older: and she was definitly over 18, and with all the penis's, one decides they could experiment, whats the harm?
Video chat services such as Chatroulette enable random strangers to get virtually connected, but the lure of perceived anonymity and a somewhat ironic assumption of privacy has meant that it has attracted a somewhat unsavoury crowd of what a few years ago we would have called flashers or perhaps more correctly perverts.