Let's get something straight: people love having sex. It doesn't matter how, where or when, folks love getting it on. That being said, there are some places where boning is not only considered a big no-no, but also could be mighty awkward if you get caught. Reference the scene in Woody Allen's 1972 classic, Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex* (*But Were Afraid to Ask), as a blueprint, but we're going to take that a bit further. Here three places you would never want to get caught having sex.

Confessional at church: Talk about the ultimate sacrilegious move. As cool and daring as this fantasy could be, getting caught in the confessional will not only make you the laughing stock of your congregation (assuming you belong to that particular church), but will undoubtedly get you arrested since it is almost 100 percent likely that the priest on duty will call the cops. Unless he's a perv (which is definitely possible), then he'll enjoy the show. Either way, with people likely waiting to spill the beans on their misgivings, this isn't the most optimal place to have sex.

Subway bathroom stall: Not only is this place cramped and disgusting, there are cops roaming around subways to prevent sexual activity from going down. But in this case, I'll lean more on the side on cleanliness. Is there any place in the world more disgusting than a subway bathroom stall? Seriously, you don't know if someone peed on the seat or vomited all over the bowl. Factor that in with the inevitable graffiti and bacterial germs floating around, you should be embarrassed to have sex here, unless you want to catch a heinous, disgusting disease. Besides, imagine getting caught having sex here, that would be a tad embarrassing, right?

law logo2x bWork: We've all had fantasies about having sex at our office, whether it be in our cubicles or on boss's desk after he/she has left for the day. But there's a difference between thinking about it and actually doing it. The ramifications, if caught, could be termination. That being said, if you manage to have sex at work and don't get caught, the upside is fantastic. But is it worth it? In this economy, absolutely not.

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