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Good afternoon Singapore! If you’re in a van and fancy a quickie, maybe go to the back of the van first?

Good afternoon Singapore! If you’re in a van and fancy a quickie, maybe go to the back of the van first?

jameskarlchan

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TL:DR – A man and a woman engage in an act that requires head bobbing (and tissue) in the driver seat of a van. In broad daylight. For the whole world to see.

 

Remember that whole incident about the couple testing the Volkwagen Golf suspension last year?

We have a new 2022 version with a different couple, different vehicle but not as vigorous compared to last year’s incident.

Watch the 34-second video here

 

Skills +10000?

We do not know how long the lady in the video had been bobbing her head prior to this video.

What we do know is that just a mere 7-seconds into the video and the deed is done.

Out comes some tissue to clean her hands, her mouth and her partner’s lower region.

Is that a public display of some mad skills?

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Or maybe the man has been cursed with premature….

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Why do it in the open when you have a van?

There’s a whole closed off compartment at the back of the van where they would have had more discretion.

But I guess discretion wasn’t what they were going for.

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I’m loving some of the comments. People are trying to make up funny excuses as to what the couple were doing.

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🔼THIS ONE MADE ME LAUGH OUT LOUD!🔼

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Wah. That’s nasty.

 

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Some guy in a blue t shirt tried to sell me a used NV200.

I found the steering wheel sticky sticky and offered him a really low price

and he went to my competitor next door.

If anyone getting a used silver van better check properly.

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aiyaH...saw one boy passing by. who know if he saw it ? what he go home and ask their parents " just now saw one lady mouth full of white cream, what was she having? " 

go and apply for a BTO LAH 😂

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