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CNN Berlin's former Tempelhof airport has witnessed some major events in its time -- a Nazi airfield during World War II, it was the site of the Berlin airlift during the Cold War, and most recently an emergency shelter for refugees fleeing Syria.
Chat with us in Facebook Messenger. Find out what's happening in the world as it unfolds. Berlin's former Tempelhof airport has been proposed as a site for regulated sex booths, in a bid to protect the city's sex workers. In , it was taken out of service and transformed into a gigantic park, and Berliners can now be seen rollerblading down its former runways on summer evenings.
But the airfield may soon take on less wholesome role, if one local politician gets his way. The mayor of Berlin's central Mitte district has proposed installing "Verichtungsboxen" -- booths where prostitutes can meet clients -- in the airport site, a bid to improve the safety of the city's sex workers.
These include drive-in booths, where customers can meet sex workers in their own vehicles. These drive-in booths in the German city of Cologne were introduced in Yet he notes that the Berlin Senate has refused to implement regulatory restrictions "because it fears a deterioration of the overall situation.
He is now proposing a restriction on street prostitution in the district, instead offering sex workers booths in controlled areas in a bid, he says, to improve the lives of "residents and sex workers" alike.