Qatar Government Bans S*x During World Cup For Players, Fans, Says Violators Risk Seven Years In Jail

The government of Qatar has banned s*x-outside-marriage by players and fans during the forthcoming 2022 World Cup Tournament and prescribed seven years’ imprisonment for anyone who is found guilty of the directive.

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The country prohibits anyone from having s*x outside of marriage, and World Cup fans are by no means exempted from this.

Qatar also has a strict “no drinking in public” law; moreover, the country prohibits anyone from being publicly intoxicated.

Public affection between men and women is also a crime, and one is not to wear excessively revealing clothing in public.

The World Cup is football’s global celebration, but the rules in Qatar could be very strict.

Meanwhile, a police source was quoted in the British press saying that “s*x is not the order of the day, unless you come as a couple.”

“There will certainly be no one-night stands at this tournament. There will be no partying at all, really. Everyone has to keep a cool head, unless they want to risk going to jail. For the first time in the history of the World Cup, s*x is banned. Fans need to be prepared.”

A few weeks ago, the Emir of Qatar explained that “everyone is welcome” at the tournament. “We don’t prevent anyone from coming to Doha with different backgrounds, different beliefs, Qatar is a very welcoming country.

“We have millions of people who come to visit our country and the World Cup is a great opportunity for people from different parts of the world to come and discover our culture,” said Sheikh Tamim Bin Hamad Al-Thani.

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