No Sex On World Cup Menu – 7-Year Jail Term For Culprits

Promiscuity will not be tolerated during this year’s World Cup in Qatar, according to Ghanaian soccer fans.

Officials have warned that if found, criminals will face a seven-year prison sentence under the country’s harsh regulations.

Traveling soccer fans have been told that the five-minute one-night stands and quickies that they have been accustomed to will not be tolerated and may result in their arrest when the competition begins in November.

Only married couples (male and female) with legitimate marriage certificates will be permitted into hotel rooms, apartments, and tents alone, according to potential travelers.

No Sex On World Cup Menu – 7-Year Jail Term For Culprits

FIFA officials have added their voices to the chorus of warnings that they will not be appealing for mercy if fans are caught bonking illegally.

During the four-week event, the world football governing body said there will be “no exceptions” to the rule prohibiting sex outside of marriage.

“Sex is very much off the menu, unless you are coming as a husband and wife combination,” a police source in Qatar stated. At this competition, there will surely be no one-night stands.

“There won’t be any partying at all.” Everyone must maintain their wits about them if they do not want to end themselves in prison.

“For the first time ever, there is virtually a sex prohibition in force at this year’s World Cup.” “Fans should be ready.”

In Qatar, where the tournament will be hosted, sex outside of marriage and homosexuality are both punishable by up to seven years in prison.

“After-game drinking and partying, which is common in most settings, is strictly prohibited.”

“If you are detected, you will face severe and terrifying repercussions.” This event has the potential to be a disaster for fans.”

“The safety and security of every single fan is of the utmost concern to us,” Qatari authorities, including Nasser al-Khater, chief executive of the country’s 2022 World Cup Organising Committee, said.

“However, public displays of affection are frowned upon; they are not part of our culture, and this applies to everyone.”

The Supreme Committee for the Delivery of the 2022 World Cup in Qatar also issued a warning about the stringent regulations in place.

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