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Disabled man can't find a willing prostitute

A disabled Dutch man who is allowed to claim a monthly sex allowance can't find a willing prostitute.

He should be reimbursed by his council for any money he spends on sex workers.

But he says he can't find a prostitute who will give him a receipt.

The man said the prostitutes are worried about declaring taxable income to the government according to De Telegraaf news paper.

The man fought a seven-year battle to win a 1997 court ruling and is allowed to claim a maximum of $200. a month.

He said visiting a prostitute means he has to use less medicine and that each visit gives him peace and rest.


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Police pour bucket of water over cavorting couple

A German couple who were caught having sex were given a cold shower by police after they poured a bucket of water over them to end their nookie.

The pair, from Luebeck, in Schleswig Holstein, were spotted making love in the surrounding gardens of a block of flats by the caretaker, who immediately called police.

Officers threw a bucket of cold water over the moaning couple, who had failed to notice the police presence.

A police spokesman said they let the red faced young couple off with a verbal warning.

According to German law, having sex out of doors is a punishable offence and can come with a fine of up to $1,400.


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Czech man tricked into giving girlfriend his sperm

A Czech man has been awarded more than $40,000 compensation after his ex-girlfriend tricked him into giving her his sperm.

Jitka Bouchalova used Tomas Kaspar's sperm to become pregnant and then demanded child-support from him.

In an unprecedented case in the Czech Republic, a Prague court ruled that the sperm of Kaspar, 36, was "misused" by Bouchalova, who in 2002 gave birth to twins.

Bouchalova was ordered to pay Kaspar $2,140 while the Gest fertility clinic was told to pay him $42,800 over the incident.

The court ruled in favour of Kaspar after he claimed that in 1999 Bouchalova got him to give her a sample of his sperm after she told him doctors at the clinic needed it to determine what contraception was best for her.

The clinic, which has appealed against the verdict, said Kaspar had approved the use of his sperm for artificial conception.

Bouchalova insisted that Kaspar had been aware exactly what the sperm would be used for.


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Pubic hair transplants are big business in South Korea

Transplanted pubic hair is the latest trend in South Korea, where it is regarded as a sign of fertility.

Surgeon Afschin Fatemi, from Unna in Germany, said: "In the West, women try to reduce their genital hair as much as possible, but in Korea the trend is for forestation."

He said a mass of pubic hair was considered a sign of fertility, which was why many women were paying as much as $3,400 to have hair transplanted from their heads.

Fatemi added: "The structure of head and pubic hair on Asians is quite similar. The implanted hair isn't long and rarely falls out."

The operation is conducted under local anaesthetic and bandaging can be removed after just one day.