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Sex in public is a fantasy for a lot of people. However, in most countries, public sex is not only considered a public nuisance but can also land you with anything from a fine to a spell behind bars. In some parts of the world, you face a very different prospect.
In ultra-conservative Saudi Arabia, for example, a man was punished with 1, lashes and five years in jail simply for talking about sex on the television. Fortunately, most of Europe has reasonably moderate views on public sex with some, including Denmark, even allowing it in certain places. In this feature, we take a look at the public sex rules of Denmark as well as those in other European countries and find out just why the Danes like their sex al fresco. Public sex is a crime in most European countries under sexual offences acts or indecency laws.
In the UK, for example, sex in a public place or where it takes place in private but can be seen by the public is governed by laws on exhibitionism and voyeurism or public displays of sexual behaviour.
Image via Wikipedia. In other parts of Europe, however, the act of public sex has not only been common for some time but is also legal in designated areas. Many children institutions use the park. It is important to note here that public sex in Denmark is not legal, only in this one park. Well, as you can see from the data below, two in five Danes are thought to have engaged in public sex and there is an obvious appetite for outdoor sexual activity.
Though there are plenty of legal brothels in the city, the number of street prostitutes is high and many punters are happy to get a service in the open air.