Monday, October 04, 2010

Medieval Punishment.

John and Jane Doe were caught on camera hugging and kissing in a public mall and were arrested and charged by the religious police with immoral movements and mingling with unrelated persons in a public place and thrown into prison.

I reckon this law was made up by somebody or a mob of people so bitter, twisted, jealous and frustrated that they are not capable of showing affection of any kind towards other people. Really they have spoiled it for everyone else no matter what the result and need to grow up and get a life.

John Doe was convicted and sentenced to 6 months in prison, banned from visiting public malls for 2 years and "90" yes "90" lashes, dished out in a bunch of 30 lashes each time for taking part in this outdated and trivial crime.

Jane Doe will be tried in a another court i suspect she'll be convicted and punished and not be heard from again or be let off scott free with only a slap on the wrists for taking part in this outdated and trivial crime. A seperate court for woman no equality here.

The person or mob responsible should be widely condemed for allowing this medieval, barbaric and brutal punishment to continue for such an outdated and trivial crime. (c) 2010 Windsmoke.

5 comments:

Life Ramblings said...

it's too harsh a punishment.
the act of hugging and kissing is an expression of love which should be encouraged but in Asian cultures, hugging and kissing in public are against the law.

hope your week is going well.

Cloudia said...

indeed!






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Windsmoke. said...

G' Day LIFE RAMBLINGS, It's sad that expressions of love are against the law. I hope my week goes well to thank you for asking.

G' Day CLOUDIA, Indeed is putting mildly as i said some very rude and crude expressions when i read this story in the newspaper.

Dave King said...

I don't think I can add anything, just totally endorse all you've said.

Windsmoke. said...

G' Day DAVE KING, Thank you for your endorsement, it's really pretty sad.