After Sweden, Norway, Iceland and the United Kingdom, France becomes the fifth country of the European Union to adopt a hard line against the clients of prostitutes. The law reasserts the principle of the non-net-worth of the human body, fining the offender €1,500 which, in the case of a further offence, can become a € 3,750 fine. The repeat offender is then forced, at his own expense, to attend a course of sexual re-education.
St. Peter’s Square
Dec. 10, 2019
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