Mexican City Passes Law Allowing Sex in Public Spaces

by Admin on August 24, 2018

The Mexican city of Guadalajara has approved legislation that allows individuals to engage in sexual relations in public, as long as there are no public complaints.

The move is an attempt to free up police to focus on fighting violent and drug crimes carried out by the cartels that are rampaging the western Mexican city.

“Having sexual relations or committing acts of exhibitionism of a sexual nature in public places, vacant lots, inside vehicles or in private locations in public view will be considered administrative offenses, as long as a citizen requests police intervention,” said the new bill.

The law change comes as a surprise to many considering Guadalajara is one of the most conservative cities in all of Mexico.

Opponents of the legislation argue that it will cause moral corruption as well as make it harder to stop pedophiles and sex abusers from committing crimes.

Vondelpark in Amsterdam is the only other public area in the world where sex is explicitly allowed to take place.

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