The Sex Box drive-in will find an audience, but some are sure to prefer the Laystation when it comes to playing with their Wii.
The Swiss city of Zurich on Thursday unveiled a sex drive-in which local authorities say will enable them to keep closer tabs on prostitution, a year after voters backed the plan.
Due to be opened officially in a ceremony on August 26, the nine so-called “sex boxes” are located in a former industrial zone in the west of the metropolis, Zurich city hall said in a statement.
The site will be open daily from 7:00 pm to 5:00 am, and only to drivers, who must be alone in their vehicle if they want to pass the gate.
Echoing a fast-food drive-in, they will have to follow a marked route along which up to 40 prostitutes will be stationed. Once they have negotiated a rate, they will drive to one of the nine car-wash style boxes to have sex.
The boxes will be equipped with alarms, allowing the prostitutes to make rapid contact with police if they are in danger.
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