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'Hook-Up Truck' opens for business on the streets of San Francisco

The truck features complimentary birth control and STD preventatives and is camera-ready.

By Evan Bleier

SAN FRANCISCO, May 2 (UPI) -- An art installation on wheels that offers couples the chance to convene in a room that is designed to accommodate “intimate relations” will be open for business this weekend in San Francisco.

Designed to give car-less Tinder users an option when they are on the go, the “Hook-up Truck” is also available for “festivals, weddings, holiday parties, and more!”

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The truck is opening its doors on May 2nd and 3rd and it will offer users a “private, secured room” as well as “complimentary birth control and STD preventatives.” There’s also a camera option for people who are interested.

“The room is designed with cleanliness in mind,” the truck’s creator, artist Spy Emerson, told CBS San Francisco. “I’ve created a very minimalist room. Everything is wiped down and cleaned before and after every person. It’s probably cleaner than the BART or any public toilet you’ve used.”

The truck has a custom-made bench instead of bed which is “designed to facilitate positioning for the average-sized bodies.”

People who want to use the truck must be 21 or over and register with the service online.

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“This is a game for adults who want to play with sex,” Emerson said. “You have to be nice, and cool. No drunks, but everyone is welcome to join us. There will be a party going on all the time.”

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