Video Showing Insane "Sex Party" Inside Of Montreal's Berri-UQAM Metro Station

It's like something out of a movie.
Video Showing Insane "Sex Party" Inside Of Montreal's Berri-UQAM Metro Station

As I'm sure we're all well-aware, Montreal's Fetish Weekend wrapped up last week. Events included fashion shows, kinky paintball, and lots and lots of latex-based events.

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How many latex-based events, you ask? Well, lots, friends; and naturally, that means there were lots of people dressed in latex overtaking the city over the weekend.

Obviously, since humans still need to human no matter what they're dressed up in, this also means that there just so happened to be tons of people dressed up in their best latex taking over Montreal's metro system. I won't bore you with the details, guys, but I will say that it's a pretty spectacular sight to see:

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Honestly, all the creativity points to these people. Live your best latex lives, guys. Live your best latex lives.

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