'Condom ambulance' promises to deliver students on-call condoms
The service's creator made the service to make sure students were always prepared for safe sex
By EMS1 Staff
EWING TOWNSHIP, N.J. — A condom delivery service has coined it the "CondAm," or Condom Ambulance.
College of New Jersey sophomore Kyle McCabe, who launched the service, promises to deliver university students at the College condoms within five minutes of placing an order.
According to Salon, the CondAm charges $3 for one condom and up to $15 for 10. Students can text, call, or use a mobile app to pay for the service, which will have someone discretely sliding the prophylactics under the customer's door.
McCabe said he wanted to make sure that people were always ready, rather than rush into sex and make a bad decision.