Thailand Now Sending Women To Jail For ‘Underboob’ Selfies And Please Don’t Let This Catch On Anywhere Else
If there is one thing in the world that never fails to be fun to witness it’s underboob. I don’t think I have ever seen a “bad” underboob photo in my life.
Unfortunately, Thailand begs to differ and has now made underboob selfies against the law and if you’re caught doing it there you could serve five years in jail!
According to their not-at-all-crazy government, posting one of these photos online violates the country’s Computer Crimes Act.
“When people take these ‘underboob selfies’ no one can see their faces,” said ministry spokesman Anandha Chouchoti. “So it’s like, we don’t know who these belong to, and it encourages others to do the same.”
Now am I the only one here who notices a bit of a paradox in enforcing this law based on her description of the photos?
Let’s back up and re-read that statement: “no one can see their faces.” So, how exactly does one prosecute then? Oh, right. This is Thailand – the ultimate country of paradoxes with their ultra strict laws while at the same time being pretty much the devil’s playground with regard to their night life. Never mind.