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Indecent exposure is a crime that is defined as exposing one's genitals or socially deemed "private parts" (such as behind or breasts) in a public place where others are present and may witness the act.
So since you are in an enclosed, non-public space, it would not apply.
You could not be charged with sex in public as you are not in an area normally exposed to the public and have a "reasonable expectation of privacy".
I do not see any violation here as long as the unit is closed off from the public view.
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