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I almost died of shame
by Shree Ann Mathavan

FOR local singer and mother-of-two Maia Lee, a romp in a public carpark last year turned out to be a lot less discreet than she had thought.

At that time, the 25-year-old and her ex-boyfriend were abroad - she declined to reveal the country.

The couple were catching a movie and were seated in the last row.

But halfway through, instead of paying attention to the movie, they started making out.

The frisky mood continued as they waited for their takeaway at a pizza parlour.

While waiting for their order to be ready, the couple went to the carpark behind the shop, where he carried her onto the bonnet of his parked car for a tryst.

She said: 'I wasn't too concerned since there wasn't anyone around.

'While some people came through the pizza parlour's backdoor to throw rubbish or make a phone call, we would freeze but we didn't giveup.'

When the couple were done, they returned to the parlour and joined the queue.

She said: 'To my horror, I saw a 21-inch screen TV that had four big screen captures of the front and back doors, the carpark, and a close-up of our car.

'Everyone was smiling at us, I thought I just died there.'

While Maia admitted she was 'utterly embarrassed', she is thankful the incident didn't take place in Singapore - so no one recognised them.

She said: 'I hope the CCTV footage will never see the light of the day.'

Looking back on the incident, Maia - who has a 6-year-old son Tyrese and a 3-month-old daughter Julka - said: 'I don't know where I got the idea to do such things from.'

Her safe sex tip:

She said there should be more awareness of Aids as misconceptions about how the disease are spread are still rampant.

Of Aids sufferers, she said: 'They are the same as any of us, but there are still people who think that you can catch Aids by air, which is untrue.'

This article was first published in The New Paper on Dec 7, 2008.

readers' comments
Honestly, sometime on the road, I saw dogs cats on the street ....they never feel shy or..... they do it openly....and they enjoy deeply.

So same category...... why shy?
Posted by Little_GreenDOT on Wed, 10 Dec 2008 at 11:38 AM
Died of shame? I dun think so. This kind of s**t, should post the video all over the internet for everyone to see. Then she will learn from lesson.
Posted by ecks07 on Wed, 10 Dec 2008 at 09:27 AM
once a loose woman always a loose woman
Posted by slimshady on Tue, 9 Dec 2008 at 20:22 PM
once a ***** always a *****
Posted by slimshady on Tue, 9 Dec 2008 at 20:21 PM

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