At last,a legal defence for surprise sex!

Discussion in 'The ARRSE Hole' started by vvaannmmaann, Nov 15, 2008.

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  1. I thought suprise sex was when you got it after being married
  2. That's not a surprise, it's a flaming miracle.
  3. Don't you love the way DC Rock wants the defendant to have to prove he's innocent rather than the prosecution have to do the hard work proving he's guilty :x Innocent till proven guilty, eh?
  4. I wish to put it on record that every night, without fail, I sleep between the hours of 23:00 and 07:00.

    So, if anyone sees someone fitting my description, committing a bank robbery between those hours, it is either not me ... or I'm doing it in my sleep ... and am, therefore, not guilty.
  5. Laws on theft do not specifically require the defendant to be doing it intentionally, and also require them to make every effort to return stolen goods; unfortunately you'll have to find a better get-rich-quick scheme, Bovvy :D
  6. Nah, that's Christmas and Birthday sex you're thinking about.
  7. Ohhhh, so the intent to permanently deprive the owner of their property doesn't mean intent???
  8. Yeah. But the intent doesn't have to be there for it still to be theft.

    And why do you lot choose to marry women who don't want sex? Or is it just you lot they don't want it with?