This Week’s Curiosity — European Sex Boxen (i.e. Boxes)

German Sex Boxen
When one finds himself living next door to a red-light district, he laughs it off, moves, ignores it, or becomes part of the scene itself, right?  At least, that’s what I’d’ve thought.
Apparently, residents with homes overlooking Zurich’s thriving red-light district are doing none of the above. 
“They get up to all sorts in broad daylight – and we’re sick to death of looking at it.”
~Unnamed resident Zurich resident
After receiving thousands of complaints, the local police are visiting Germany to study the implementation and results of  “sex boxen,” drive-in areas where prostitutes can ply their trade in relative safety and privacy.  The boxes were reportedly first used in Holland in 2002, and, after their success there, have since spread to German cities where they’ve also been successful.
German Sex Box
“We can’t get rid of prostitution, so have to learn how to control it.”
~Zurich police spokesman Reto Casanova
Google is coughing up much else on the topic than what I’ve linked here, but I’m interested in seeing more data. 
~Riot.Jane
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3 comments on “This Week’s Curiosity — European Sex Boxen (i.e. Boxes)
  1. Leaves one speechless.

  2. I live in Germany, but have never heard of these, but very creative. Someone has a good imagination!

  3. trident5 says:

    They look like a carwash.

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