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Google Maps users spot naked couple getting it on at the side of the road in Taiwan – The Sun
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The completely naked couple appear to be romping against a parked car at the side of the road in Taiwan. The steamy snaps, taken by the side of the Shantian Road in Taichung, appear to show a completely naked man with his arms wrapped around a nude woman, as the pair lean in for a kiss. They appear to be going at it at the side of the mountain road, with no attempt to hide as they romp out in the open.