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Hey, it is hot in the volcano

Last November, although 150 people had already been killed by the erupting Mount Merapi volcano in Central Java, Indonesia, and though the government had created shelters in stadiums and public halls for 300,000 jammed-together evacuees, some had petitioned authorities to open up private shelter locations so that the displaced could attend to certain “romantic, biological needs.”
Apparently some evacuees had become so frisky that they had left the shelter and returned to their homes in the danger zone just so they could have sex.
Chill,
he just
used the
john
Jerrold Winiecki, 56, was lifted into an ambulance for ...


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