- Wajaja King
- Category: Entertainment
- Wednesday, 11 October 2017 20:43
Whaaat! Moaning during sèx is a crime – Lawyer Maurice Ampaw...
Ghanaian legal practitioner Maurice Ampaw is calling for the legal system to consider incessant loud moaning during sex as a crime and perpetrators be punished.
According to him, moaning infringes on the rights of others and must be stopped.
“Why is it that you are having sex and I cannot sleep? In a compound house, they are having sex with you and everybody cannot sleep, you are infringing upon their rights to privacy and you are committing a crime and a wrong to them because you are committing what we call sexual nuisance,” he said.
The legal practitioner told Lexis Bill in an interview on Behind The Fame on Drive Time on Joy FM that “everything that makes noise, everything that makes you uncomfortable is a nuisance.”
The controversial lawyer explained that “there are some girls when they are having sex and you are passing on the streets, you will hear them moaning and screaming.”
“The worst ones are the men, if you are a man and you are having sex too and you are talking and moaning…can’t you control yourself? You should have self-control. When animals are having sex do you hear them moaning like that?” he queried.
Maurice Ampaw recounted an experience in Koforidua in the Eastern Region, where he could not get sleep because of the excessive noise being made by a couple having sex at a hotel he was lodging at.
“After I had finished with a hard day’s work at 7 o’clock I checked into my room and this guy and this girl came to town to chill…and they came to also rest…I was lying down before I could realise, their bed was making noise and then I woke up, I could not sleep and the girl was giving commentary,” he narrated.
The legal practitioner, who was clearly not amused by the experience, said the couple punished him because he was also in the mood and he didn’t have anybody to have sex with.
“If you are enjoying, enjoy but don’t come and infringe on my rights…We must put a stop to it,” Maurice Ampaw concluded.