State-funded brothel visits denied

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    BERLIN (AP) - A court has rejected an unemployed man's demand for four government-paid brothel visits a month to ensure his "health and bodily well-being" while his wife is abroad.

    The 35-year-old welfare recipient sought about $4,020 Cdn (3000.00USD)a month to fund the brothel trips, along with eight pornographic videos and transport costs to and from a video store. He sued the state after authorities refused to pay for his Thai wife to fly back to Germany.

    A court in the town of Ansbach threw out the claim, saying social security benefits already cover "everyday requirements." It said the man, who was not identified, would appeal - at taxpayer expense


    http://cnews.canoe.ca/CNEWS/WeirdNews/2004/03/05/371597-ap.html
     
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