This was the case for one middle-aged man and his lady friend who were allegedly caught having sex in a Sydney shopping centre at night by some passersby. Abraham Jniedi from Peakhurst in Sydney posted the video on his Facebook page on Sunday night and since then it has generated plenty of interest getting 3, likes and shares. The couple were spotted on the floor of the shopping centre allegedly having sex. After getting caught in the act the startled couple quickly realise they are being filmed. Far from being disgusted at the scene, Mr Jniedi was happy that he had caught the shenanigans on video for posterity. The incident videoed by Mr Jniedi on his phone starts by showing the couple on the floor of a shopping mall having sex. I take responsibility for this. It ends with the couple adjusting their clothing and readying themselves to go somewhere more private.
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They say sex sells, and when it comes to travel, that's especially true. At some nudist resorts, overt sexual behaviour is explicitly prohibited. That said, the two groups do occasionally intersect, and at Hedonism II, both sex and public nudity are not only accepted, but downright encouraged. While the plane ride was fraught with nervous anticipation, Hedonism II ended up being both exactly and absolutely nothing like what I had cooked up in the twisted recesses of my mind. Compared to clothing-optional resorts or topless resorts, where you might occasionally see a nip slip or the occasional flaccid member, Hedonism is the spot to literally bare all. The resort is divided into two sides: Prude and Nude.
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When it comes to getting hot in the sand, it probably seems like the perfect romantic and seductive spot for holiday sex or a fun night outside in the Summer. After all, how many movies feature a beach sex scene? The answer: A LOT. However, is it really safe? I mean, there's a strong chance that sand is going to get in and around down there, which can definitely be uncomfortable and maybe even unhygienic, posing a risk to your vagina's health. Before ditching your bikini bottoms in the heat of the moment, here's what you should know about having sex on the beach. Yes, it is safe, but it can increase risk of bacterial infections and STIs if you get too dirty in the literal sense , explained Karen Brodman, MD, a gynecologist in New York. Basically, as you're exposed to sand, it can mess with your vagina's health by creating tears in the skin, which is sensitive to rough materials, like sand. Obviously sand can cause abrasions," she said.