South Korea Legalizes Cheating.
Stock in the biggest condom manufacturer grew by 15 percent, the maximum allowed!
The UK's Telegraph has reported that South Korea's highest court struck down a decades-old law banning adultery.
A law that critics said is outdated and infringes on personal freedom, sending shares in the country's biggest condom maker surging!
The law had been enacted in 1953 to protect women in a male-dominated society where divorce was rare and had made marital infidelity punishable by jail.
"The law is unconstitutional as it infringes people's right to make their own decisions on sex and secrecy and freedom of their private life, violating the principle banning excessive enforcement under the constitution," said Seo Ki-seok, a constitutional court justice, reading an opinion representing five justices.
Seven members of the nine-judge panel deemed the law to be unconstitutional.
Shares in Unidus Corp, which makes latex products including condoms, soared to the 15 per cent daily limit gain after the ruling.
What do you think of this #CCfam? Will it encourage people to step out of their relationships?
Source: The Telegraph
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