Rounding off the sexually charged evening, the housemates had fun playing Truth or Dare which saw Ellie Young straddle Kieran, whilst Chanelle pressed her breasts into Isabelle’s face.
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Illustrative - eight Egyptian men convicted for "inciting debauchery" following their appearance in a video of an alleged same-sex wedding party on a Nile boat leave the defendant's cage in a courtroom in Cairo, Egypt, Nov. (AP/Hassan Ammar, File) A Syrian refugee in Egypt was sentenced Tuesday to a year in prison for allegedly soliciting gay sex over the internet, after police set up a sting operation to catch homosexuals online.
The refugee was convicted based on his chat history with an undercover officer from Egypt’s Morality Police, who posed as a gay man on social media, according to a Wednesday report in the Egypt Independent.
Along with her crew, she brought police officers who arrested 21 young men at the bath and brought to trial.
The defendant’s lawyer, Ahmed Hossam, denied allegations that his client engaged in gay sex, and called into question the legality of convicting a person for online activity. The crime was in the imagination of the officer himself. Second, sending personal messages is unconstitutional? Searching an innocent person isn’t allowed according to criminal procedure code in Egypt,” Hossam told the Independent, adding that an appeal for the case was immediately filed.
There was no immediate reaction from Egyptian authorities.
An activist told the Independent that the man failed to show to several previous planned meetings with the officer, who persisted in convincing him to meet in person, charging that it constituted entrapment.
While Egyptian law does not specifically outlaw homosexuality, those suspected of engaging in homosexual activity can be charged under the country’s morality laws which prohibit debauchery and other indecent public acts.