18 December 2009

Statutory Rape or Monumental Mistake?





This is a series of photos doing the rounds of the internet at the moment. Perhaps they will appeal to lawyers more than anyone else (I am not sure that is a good thing, though).

So, the simple question is: "Is this statutory rape or a monumental mistake?"

8 comments:

Unspun said...

I wonder if the Friends of Obama Foundation would take special precautions to protect their statue in Menteng if there are Moose in Indonesia.

Rob Baiton said...

Unspun...

Lucky for them there are no moose in Menteng, although there are a few deer not to far away at Monas...

I was thinking about a little post about Barry's little statute, but figured there is not a whole lot to say.

pj said...

You really don't want to be near a moose during rut season. They are suprisingly agile for their enormous size.

For some reason the hampster scene in "the klumps" just came to mind - disturbing.

Rob Baiton said...

PJ...

Disturbing indeed.

It is surprising how agile creatures, including humans, get when they have a need / urge to satisfy.

H. Nizam said...

Rob,

Ha ha ha ha .........
You have made my day.

It seems that the holidays have made you more creative than usual (LOL).

Rob Baiton said...

Harry...

Not really.

Judging by the number of posts this month, the (pending) holidays have only made me lazy :D

cpu said...

you can found scene like this in sex is zero 2 (korean movie)

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