Nigerian Police: Having Sex In A Car In Public Not a Crime
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Nigerian Police: Having Sex In A Car In Public Not a Crime

Felix Egbomuche

Felix Egbomuche

The Nigeria Police have reaffirmed that Sex in a car in public places isn’t against the laws of the country.

According to ACP Abayomi Shogunle, people can have sex in their cars as long certain conditions are met.

The Head of the Police Public Complaints Rapid Response Unit made this known in response to a curious Twitter user.

Nigerian Police: Having Sex In A Car In Public Not a Crime

Stanley Moses had asked: “Oga @YomiShogunle please is it a crime to have sex in your car?”

A tweet to which to which Mr Shogunle replied: “NO.”

The assistant commissioner of police however went on to state a few conditions that

“Sex in a car in a public place is not a crime in Nigeria provided; Location is not a place of worship. Parties are 18 yrs+. The act is consensual (agreed to by parties). Parties are of opposite sex”

Ending his response asking Nigerians to report: “If threatened with an arrest over above, pls contact @PoliceNG_PCRRU.”

See the Twitter exchange below and how Nigerians have reacted to the tweet:
Nigerian Police: Having Sex In A Car In Public Not a Crime
Nigerian Police: Having Sex In A Car In Public Not a Crime
Nigerian Police: Having Sex In A Car In Public Not a Crime
Nigerian Police: Having Sex In A Car In Public Not a Crime
Nigerian Police: Having Sex In A Car In Public Not a Crime
Nigerian Police: Having Sex In A Car In Public Not a Crime
Nigerian Police: Having Sex In A Car In Public Not a Crime
Nigerian Police: Having Sex In A Car In Public Not a Crime
Nigerian Police: Having Sex In A Car In Public Not a Crime
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