Couple Having Sex In Car Too ‘Caught Up’ In Moment To Notice Traffic Jam They Caused: Cops


The incident occurred in a vehicle that was parked outside Springfield, Oregon city jail on Sunday night. Police say the couple, Kelli M. Knutson, 24, and Logan P. Jackson, 33, had attended a nearby strip club, then retreated to their car to have sex.


Passing motorists reportedly slowed down to watch the shameless couple in action. Police said so many people stopped to watch that it caused a traffic jam.

That’s when officers were called to the scene. Cops say they found the couple “actively engaged” in the car, which was rocking back and forth.

“It ended soon after [officers] knocked on the window,” Springfield Police Sergeant Rich Charboneau told KVAL. “They were very cooperative.”

According to the station:

The couple told officers they were too “caught up in the moment” to realize their activity had caused a line of traffic outside the Springfield Jail.

The couple were arrested on charges of indecent exposure and disorderly conduct. Charboneau said normally they’d have just been told to move along, but police were forced to act because someone complained about the traffic.

Jackson was removed from the car and escorted to the very jail he was parked outside. His companion was transported to Lane County Jail.

‘Feminist’ condom design beats stiff competition


An online company specializing in custom-printed condoms said lingerie designer Britta Uschkamp won its Tattoo Condom Design Contest with a “feminist” pattern.

Feminist-condom-design-beats-stiff-competitionGraphic Armor announced the Paris-based designer, known for designing lingerie based around scarves and ribbons, won more than 10,000 votes on the company’s website to best 163 competitors with her floral-based design.

The contest asked designers to create the first “condom tattoos,” prophylactics with custom “tattoos” printed on the latex.

Uschkamp said her design, dubbed “Fleurs-2-Bite,” is a “visual of male flirting behaviors, such as giving flowers and compliments, as a pretext for sex.”

“Look closely and behind every flower, you can see the symbol of male power in the design,” she said.

She said the pattern came from a lingerie design she shelved years ago because it was too costly.

“The condom contest was simply great timing,” she said, “as it is a clin d’oeil [wink] to the feminist concept of the print, and offers me an opportunity to finally market this beautiful, cheeky design.”
The FDA-approved condoms bearing Uschkamp’s winning design are available on Graphic Armor’s website.

Apparently there might be some sex in the Champagne Room


A woman arrested in connection with a prostitution ring has been sentenced to probation.

PMargaret-Pahssener a plea agreement, Judge Dean Fink sentenced Margaret Pahssen, 36, to nine months of supervised probation for facilitation to commit illegal control of an enterprise.

Pahssen and others were arrested in January 2013 after Phoenix police served search warrants at the Champagne Room near 40th Street and Interstate 10 and a home in Surprise.

Although billed as a 24-hour strip club, police said the business was a house of prostitution where customers would enter, be taken to a back room and be given a “menu” to select from a list of services.

Police began a two-year investigation after receiving complaints from nearby business owners. Police said the investigation took such a long time because the owners of the Champagne Room took precautions to avoid allowing undercover agents to enter their establishment.

Police arrested several other people on charges including control of an illegal enterprise, money laundering, prostitution, receiving earnings of prostitution and pandering.

Female college student discovers that broadcasting online sex shows in the university library is considered “inappropriate use” of the facility


A UNIVERSITY student has been “counselled” after using campus resources to film a live solo sex show — and the library where the show was filmed had to be “steam cleaned”.

778599-d7f30f32-6eb7-11e4-aa26-f2e13a006c4dStaff at the University of Newcastle were tipped off the student was using the Auchmuty campus library to film and broadcast herself via live webcam shows.

It’s understood the show was promoted on Twitter, which then linked to a separate site where users had to pay to see the show.

She was eventually caught when staff were given a photograph of her and instructed to call security if she was seen.

Parts of the library where reportedly steam cleaned when university management became aware the show was filmed there.

A spokeswoman told the university was disappointed about the “inappropriate” use of internet facilities.

“We have a Code of Conduct that clearly outlines the sorts of behaviours the University expects from its community on campus.”

She said the student was “counselled” after the matter was investigated. But she would not reveal specific details, citing the student’s right to privacy.

“An important part of our duty of care is to protect our students’ privacy and it would be inappropriate for the University to provide specific details in relation to the incident.”

Live camera shows make money when “performers” charge a set rate per minute.

According to the Newcastle Herald, at the end of 2013 there were 171 University of Newcastle students registered to a specialist online dating website that matches students with a ‘‘sugar daddy’’ to fund their education.

Need a little pick-me-up to cure your low sex drive? Try a Peruvian frog smoothie


Suffering from stress? Not feeling sexy? High in the Andean mountains, some locals believe putting frogs in a blender is the answer.

Unfortunately, there is no scientific evidence confirming any medicinal benefits from frog juice. And the frogs that Peruvians use are from the Telmatobius culeus species, a water frog from remote Lake Titicaca that is listed as critically endangered by the International Union for Conservation of Nature.

628x471Entire frogs are the main ingredient in a juice blend some people in Peru and Bolivia believe can cure asthma, bronchitis, sluggishness and a low sex drive. To make the mix at her food stand in Peru’s capital, vendor Maria Elena Cruz grabs a frog from a small aquarium, and whacks its head on the countertop until it’s dead.

Then she peels off its skin and drops the frog into a blender with carrots, the Peruvian maca root and honey.

The juice comes out light green in color. Cruz serves it in glasses to her customers.

“Frog juice is good for anemia, bronchitis, bones, the brain, fatigue, stress and it is mostly children, adults, persons with anemia, respiratory issues and sometimes tuberculosis” who come to her stand, Cruz claims.

Customer Cecilia Cahuana, 35, believes this.

“I always come here to drink frog juice because it’s good for the children, for anemia, bronchitis and also for older persons, it’s extremely good,” she said.

Dr. Tomy Villanueva, dean of the Medical College of Lima, says there is “no scientific evidence” that frog juice is a cure for anything, even though it has a place in Andean culture.

You had me at ‘Sex Mountain’


IT’S an ancient tradition with thousands of pilgrims taking part each year.

Participants range from married men to housewives, government officials to prostitutes, all indulging in a mass ritual of adultery and sex.

367379-0f7fb008-6ebe-11e4-ae84-798920b22a79And all of this takes place in a small corner of the world’s largest Muslim majority country.

Welcome to Indonesia’s Sex Mountain.

SBS Dateline journalist Patrick Abboud was granted rare access to visit the ancient mountain and its religious sexual rituals.

Abboud told that thousands of Indonesian pilgrims travel across the archipelago to the Gunung Kemukus to take part in a religious ritual on an mountain top, believing sex out of wedlock at this holy site will bring them good luck and fortune.

Abboud said that the ancient ritual dates back to the 16th century, which in many ways goes against the law of Islam, especially sex out of wedlock, adding people were often reluctant to talk about it.

“It’s unique to Java — it’s an ancient Islamic Javanese tradition that happens every 35 days,” he said.

Legend has it that the ritual started when a young Indonesian Prince, Pangeran Samodro, had an affair with his stepmother.

They ran away and hid on Gunung Kemukus, but were caught and killed during sex and buried on top of the mountain in what is now an Islamic shrine.

Pilgrims believe having sex at the site will not only bring them good fortune but also wealth.

But Abboud reveals there is a catch.

For the magic to work and the wealth to take place, it’s believed the sex partner for the ritual should not be a spouse.

He also said pilgrims must also copulate on the mountain every 35 days, seven consecutive times.

“The majority are poor farmers and workers who believe visiting the site and having sex will bring them more success,” he said.

Abboud said many were also devout Muslims and the pilgrimage wasn’t just about sex.

First they visit a shrine to pray, then are washed in a sacred spring before prayers are held.

“It was really emotional watching lots of people praying,” he said.

“Once that’s over, pilgrims find a partner.”

But if you think it’s all married couples, think again, some men travel without their wives, helping spawn a burgeoning prostitution ring which the government turns a blind eye to because of the fee it charges pilgrims to visit the site.

Abboud said thousands of sex workers were at the site, and sexual health doctors he spoke to said diseases were rampart as many of the men didn’t want to wear condoms.

“It’s such a paradox, and it’s hard to make sense out of,” he said.

“It’s a strange snapshot of an Islamic ritual which really asks how it’s possible to exist given they are devout Muslims.”

Abboud added this ritual doesn’t take place anywhere else in Indonesia or the rest of the Muslim world and is a very Javanese blend of religious ideals — with Islamic, Hindu and Buddhist influences.