A risqué government have turned to seductive tactics in a bid to persuade residents to stop littering with sexy bin messages.
The Swedish government have programmed bins with sensual audio responses in the hopes that people will be turned on and want to throw away their rubbish.
As part of the campaign, two raunchy trash cans have been installed on the Davidshallsbron Bridge in Malmö, which is located near to the city's main shopping street
In saucy footage online, a string of naughty phrases including "Come back quickly and do that again" can be heard coming from the bin, reports Insider.
When the person opened the trash can, it prompted sayings such as "Oh, yeah, right there" and "That was crazy good."
It has been reported that the city purchased 18 advanced bins five years ago, however, this is the first time that they have been given a sexy voice.
Marie Persson, section chief of Malmö's roads department, said the campaign is meant to give "a positive reinforcement to people who do the right thing, by giving them a laugh."
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"The sentences are part of the campaign's intention to get more people to talk about the dirtiest thing there is: littering. The stuff that ends up in our streets, squares, and sea," she told local media.
The road boss said the voice, which speaks in Swedish, belongs to a "famous person" who wanted to remain anonymous.
"So please go ahead and feed the bins with more rubbish…yes, just like that," Persson added.
It is unclear whether any more bins will be given a tempting voice over to crackdown on littering.
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