Remember when I prophesied about a tsunami of perversion? Well, it looks like it’s hitting Italy harder than America, at least this week.
Italy’s Supreme Court has ruled masturbating in public is not a crime as long as minors aren’t present to see it. Yes, really.
What sparked the Supreme Court to rule on such perversion? A 69-year-old man called “PL” in was caught masturbating in front of students at the University of Catania.
For this perverted act, he was fined about $3,600 and sentenced to three months in prison—and he boldly challenged the sentence all the way up to Italy’s highest court.
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Sadly, perversion wins again, and PL’s case set a new precedent. Now, men can commit this lewd act for the world to see, as long as they are over 18 years old.
What’s next, live porn? Oh, wait, that is essentially live porn.
If a minor happens to see the lascivious act, though, the pervert might land in jail for up to four and a half years. That’s the only saving grace, if you can even call it that.
Welcome to a world where, it seems, just about anything goes. The slippery slope is slipperier than we thought.
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