Reports are surfacing that gays in the Corporate Area in Kingston Jamaica are bringing their private life out into the public. This was not know by the majority of the people until two men were caught in the act at a public bathroom in a popular shopping mall along Constant Spring Road, St Andrew, which as become a ‘meeting room’ for Homosexuals. Last Saturday (April 5) the shopping mall ‘became heated’ when two men, who were believed to be gay, were caught having sex in a bathroom. This scene caused a huge crowd to converge at the location, giving the security guards and police a difficult time trying to protect the men. According to reports, a security guard at the mall became suspicious of the two men when one, who is said to be married, enters the bathroom first and the other followed minutes later. Noticing what was happening the security guard, a female, went into the bathroom where she was greeted by ‘funny’ sounds. After checking the bathroom stalls she realized what was taking placed and sounds an alarm. The men were then taken to the security post for protection from the angry mob outside who demanded the men to be release to them. It is reported that while the men were on their way out, regardless of the protection, they did not completely escape the crowd wrath as they surfer few punches to their body. It is said that the area is a hot spot for homosexuals who are making their private affairs, the affairs of the public and this incident is not something new, but is just an example of what takes place every day. And for some reason, there is a rise in the number of incidents when it rains. "It’s a normal thing for them to go up in that bathroom go carry on with dem things deh. A lot of gays come here and they like to walk in groups and carry on and, when it rain, some will go in the bathroom." It is also said that months ago incidents of this kind were more prevalent; however, steps were taken to prevent this by the placing of a security guard at the food court. He also added that because of this form of behavior steps as being taken in other areas of the plaza to lessen such behavior. "Because they frequent the plaza and love to congregate in the passage, we have taken steps to ensure that no unnecessary gatherings take place, because they can be quite bold about their sexuality and sometimes make people feel uncomfortable. The thing is they need to realize that this is illegal." This behavior as being condone by workers and citizens of the area who, although buggery is illegal in Jamaica preferred if they conduct their private business indoors. It is the view of many that if the gays get their ways, soon even our babies will be exposing to sexual acts between the members of the same sex. Few weeks ago two leading human rights in Canada demanded that if Jamaica do not make homosexual, Jamaica will surfer the consequence. They treatment that, if their demands are not met, they will boycott tourist from coming to the island and also boycott food from Jamaica.