Tempelhof airport, one of Berlin’s most historic sites may have drive-in sex booths, that's if the mayor of Berlin's central Mitte district Stephan von Dassel gets his proposal approved.
He proposed the installation of Verichtungsboxen booths at the old airport site where sex workers can safely meet clients.
According to CNN Travel, the airport has some historical significance as it was once a Nazi airfield during World War II - the site of the Berlin airlift during the Cold War and emergency shelter for refugees fleeing Syria.
He revealed his reasoning in a statement titled "street mark, performance boxes and inhumane conditions in the Kurfürstendor".
He said Berlin and Rostock were “the only major German cities that do not have a restricted area.”