Too shy for an open discussion, a few participants at a conference aimed at imparting sex education decided to steal the presentation material for a more private read.
On the second day of the 25th National Conference of Sexology at Nehru Centre in Worli, four participants were caught trying to copy the material using pen drives.
One of them was held for stealing a medical aid (a sex toy) kept at one of the stalls for display.
“Yes that’s true but I cannot divulge any further details,” said Dr Saroj Gumste, organising secretary, Council of Sex Education and Parenthood International.
The organisation, in partnership with Indian Andropause Society (IAS) and Andrology India, has organised the three-day event.
The conference is an attempt to promote a highly scientific, super-specialised programme on sexology, encompassing the management of sexual problems in both men and women.
“The aim of the conference is to impart scientific knowledge and an in-depth understanding of the field of sexual health,” Gumste said.