Unsightly streaks of human pee on the streets of the Swiss capital could become a thing of the past if the city follows France’s lead and installs innovative new eco-friendly urinals that help make street-peeing a little more civilized.
In Monday's landmark decision, the court in Lausanne determined that having sex without a condom if the use of a condom is expected by those involved is considered rape, reported news agency ATS.
The two people involved, a 47-year-old Frenchman and a Swiss woman, met through dating app Tinder.
On a second date at the woman's home they began to have sex with a condom before the man removed it. The woman only realized after it was over. The court judged that if the woman had known the man wasn’t wearing a condom she would have refused sex with him.
Speaking to ATS on Tuesday the victim’s lawyer said the decision was “a first for Switzerland”.
The court handed the Frenchman a 12 month suspended jail sentence.
Before a special night out, a glamorous Parisienne might treat herself to un brushing, at which her hair will be blow-dried and styled. In Moscow, would-be clubbers must first make it past feyskontrol (‘face control’), to ensure that only the beautiful people come in. And those Berliners who just can’t let the party end can carry on at eine Afterhour until well after the sun comes up.