EGYPT FINALLY CLEARS WAY FOR NECROPHILES TO BE FREE
April 27 2012
Cairo, Egypt – There have been many valid concerns about the direction Egypt would take in the post-Mubarak era and many of those concerns are still alive and valid, but it appears that in at least one area the increasingly religious ruling party has ceded to the public will, hoping perhaps to avoid another uprising. The Egyptian parliament has approved a measure which will allow spouses to have sex with their dead mates for up to six hours after death, a controversial measure that many hope will quell the growing anger of necrophiles across the nation.
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