A SUPERMARKET carpark in Kota Baru, Malaysia, has turned into a meeting point for couples to have sex during their lunch break, reported Harian Metro.
The couples need only pay RM2 (S$0.82) per entry and they usually arrive in separate vehicles to avoid being spotted by acquaintances before engaging in sexual acts inside their cars in dimly-lit areas of the carpark.
Supermarket workers could view what was going on through CCTVs installed at strategic spots in the carpark.
'I have seen couples having sex in their cars,' a source said. -- THE STAR/ANN
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