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28 Sep, 2017 00:07

Condom company spices up Malaysia’s sex life with ‘chili rice’ flavoured contraceptive

Condom company spices up Malaysia’s sex life with ‘chili rice’ flavoured contraceptive

A Malaysian contraceptive company is attempting to add a little spice to their customers' sex lives by introducing a condom that tastes like one of the country’s favorite chili-infused rice dishes.

The self-proclaimed world’s biggest condom manufacturer, Karex, offer a wide-range of flavored condoms and recently added a ‘nasi lemak’, which translates to ‘fatty rice’, contraceptive to their vast collection.

The dish usually consists of rice cooked with coconut milk, and served with anchovies, roasted peanuts, a boiled egg, sliced cucumber and a dollop of fiery chili sauce, reports AFP.

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“We Malaysians are divided across our political ideas, religion and race," said Karex Chief Executive Goh Miah Kiat.

"I felt one thing that unites us all (is): 'Where's the best nasi lemak place you've been?'"

Kiat says the controversial flavors are more than just a marketing gimmick, and are actually intended to improve contraceptive use in the Muslim-majority country.

"For me, it's about public health, and I want to get the message across to people," Goh said.

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The limited edition condom flavor is expected to hit stores in November or December – just in time for the holidays!