Monday's Three Burning Legal Questions
Here are today's three burning legal questions, along with the answers provided by the blogosphere.
1. Question: I am at the bus terminal here in Zvishavane, Zimbabwe and I'm "having some unusual funny feelings in my private parts." Can I get this man who is staring at me arrested for having sex with me using only his mind?
Answer: Yes, it sounds like he may be practicing a type of black magic on you called 'mubobobo,' a voodoo spell by which a man can be intimate with a woman using only his mind and without any physical contact. He can be arrested for that. (Planet Ivy, Man arrested for having sex with women (using his mind))
2. Question: I am a woman and I charge men (and some women!) to cuddle with me in my home. That is it though -- just cuddling and no hanky-panky. Does that make me a prostitiute?
Answer: It looks like the jury is still out on this question for now. (Mail Online, No holds barred: The professional 'cuddler' who makes $260 a day by inviting strangers to take a nap with her at home)
3. Question: I have 168 dogs. Does that mean I am technically running an animal shelter or a kennel at my home in Kern County, Calif.?
Answer: There appears to be no clear law that defines how many dogs comprise a kennel or shelter, so it will be up to your county supervisor to decide this. (KGET.com, County official says Kern woman has an illegal animal shelter) (via Legal Juice)
Posted by Bruce Carton on November 5, 2012 at 04:19 PM | Permalink
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