Police investigate viral car sex video featuring couple in traditional Balinese clothes

The Bali Police are investigating a clip of an apparent sex act involving a couple in a moving car that went viral over the weekend. The man and woman in the video were in traditional Balinese clothes that are generally worn in ceremonies. Photo: Screengrab.
The Bali Police are investigating a clip of an apparent sex act involving a couple in a moving car that went viral over the weekend. The man and woman in the video were in traditional Balinese clothes that are generally worn in ceremonies. Photo: Screengrab.

The Bali Police are investigating a clip of an apparent sex act involving a couple in a moving car that went viral over the weekend. The man and woman in the video were in traditional Balinese clothes that are generally worn in ceremonies.

Perhaps inspired by one of those porn scenes (we’re all adults, right?), the clip shows the man driving the entire time, while they warm each other up before ending with the woman eventually sitting on him without obstructing his view of the road.

One notable thing about the video is that the driver is seated on the left side of the car, which could mean that the video was flipped horizontally or it was taken outside of Indonesia by a couple with a specific fetish for traditional Balinese clothing.

In all seriousness, Bali Police spokesman Stefanus Satake Bayu Setianto told Coconuts Bali that the authorities are aware of the footage and are currently investigating.

“We’re still investigating the case,” he said, adding that the challenge is the fact that the deed was done in a moving car and thus it has been difficult to determine where the video was shot.

Despite Indonesia’s pornography law – which, we can’t stress enough, is highly draconian – sex tapes regularly leak on Indonesian social media. 

Under Indonesian law, acts of public indecency are punishable by up to two years and eight months in prison, while spreading pornographic content online (it doesn’t matter whether its yours or someone else’s) is punishable by up to six years in prison.

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