In Zurich, sex in the city is legal for prostitutes and Jons alike, but next year, sex will become so convenient that lusty motorists can enjoy curbside sex without leaving the car.
Switzerland, always trying to accommodate the primal urge, has approved city construction of drive-in “sex boxes” just large enough to park a Buick where impulsive drivers can seek discreet fulfillment without wasting their time and money on getting a motel room.
Zurich city leaders, weary of receiving complaints of street-walking prostitutes, decided to allow operators to construct partitioned, topless parking spots where their clients can drive up, pick their pleasure, and drive away wearing the smile of satisfaction.
"We're sick to death of looking at it," one resident said about street walkers, according to a Mail Online report.
Michael Herzig, of Zurich's social welfare department, says that getting prostitutes off the streets will also be beneficial to the women involved in the world's oldest profession.
Even Zurich police are behind the concept of drive-in sex. "The women will be better protected from attack, and it will also mean better business for them," he told Swiss Radio, as translated by the Telegraph. "With the women right by the sex boxes there is no 'travel time' so they can deal with more customers."
The city intends to build a series of “sex boxes” in different localities, offering sexy convenience to motorists around town.
Margrit Haller, a representative of the Swiss People’s Party in Altstetten, told World Radio Switzerland in 2011 that, "The idea that women will be better protected and monitored is good, but I don’t really see it as an alternative that women either work the streets or work in the boxes.”
Despite Haller’s less than glowing endorsement, “sex boxes” were approved in a national referendum last March and city installation was approved by the Zurich city council on Monday, the Local reports.
Germany already has sex boxes in several of its large cities.