Saudi man scandalises with TV show sex confession

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Mazen Abdul-Jawad, 32, has gone into hiding after appearing two weeks ago on Lebanese channel LBC, mainly owned by Saudi billionaire Prince Alwaleed bin Talal, where he spoke to camera from his bedroom in Jeddah about how couples can spice up their sex lives.

“Everything happens in this room,” he said on an episode of ‘Ahmar Bilkhat al-Areed’ (Wide Red Lines), before launching into descriptions of foreplay techniques and tricks for cruising women on the streets of Jeddah. Clips of the racy confessions have had nearly half a million hits on Youtube.

Saudi Arabia follows an austere form of Islam where religious police patrol the streets to enforce a strict moral standard. But many young Saudis find ways to make contact with each other, and the clerics have tried in vain to limit mobile phone and other technology.

Abdul-Jawad said sex became an important part of his life at age 14, following his first sex with a neighbour. He demonstrated how he would cruise girls in his red convertible or in supermarkets, often making use of Bluetooth mobile phone technology, and produced sex toys and lubricants from his bedroom cupboard. It was not possible to contact Abdul-Jawad who has made only one public comment: “I offer my apologies to everyone and I am ready to accept the consequences.”

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