Italian Court Rules That Phone Sex is Not Prostitution

Italian Court Rules That Phone Sex is Not Prostitution

Italy's Supreme Court saved a man after deciding that phone sex does not constitute as prostitution. The defendant paid a woman to have phone sex with one of his clients, and a lower court decided that a crime had been committed.  

Here's the Supreme Court's ruling: "Verbally servicing an interlocutor for the purpose of sexual excitement does not constitute a sexual service, if it does not involve the bodily erogenous zones of the person who is getting paid for such a service."

It may not have been the most ethical business practice, but it shouldn't have been considered illegal.

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[via The Huffington Post]

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