Anthony Weiner’s Past Time Is A-OK in This Popular Tourist Spot

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When I worked for the airlines, I traveled a good deal and Italy was one of my favorite countries, Rome was wonderful but there were problems beyond the thieving gypsies. One of the things at that time which was offensive were the perverts masturbating in the ruins and other public places. I came across that many times, finding it disgusting and a bit frightening. They would hang out in the Coliseum for example and as you walked by, they would jump out with their manhood being manipulated. They did it to my mother as well.

The Italians cleaned up their ruins and cleaned out their perverts but apparently that’s no longer PC. I don’t doubt calling them perverts, not for masturbation, but for public masturbation, is not PC but we don’t do PC at the Sentine.

Italy now allows public masturbation as long as it is not in front of minors, CNN reported.

Why allow that? It offends so many and it’s disrespectful to women in particular.

How long before the US does the same? Actually, in New York City, the communist mayor has turned a blind eye to these “petty crimes”.

This is a decision by Italy’s highest court.

The ruling came down in the case of a 69-year-old man, identified as “PL,” who was caught masturbating in Catania, a city on Sicily’s east coast. He decided it would be a good idea to do this in front of students at the University of Catania.

He was ordered to pay a steep fine and spend three months in jail. The punishment was a bit Draconian for some perhaps, unless he was a repeat offender and had other sex offenses.

A lawyer took his case to the highest court where it was overturned and the new law evolved out of the ruling by the judges who legislated from the bench.

However, the justices determined, if someone masturbates in front of a minor, they could get four-and-a-half years.

Sweden also allows it and found it to be legal and normal to masturbate in public on the beach.

What is next? What else will be declared A-OK?

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