There’s a case in Israel where a man was jailed for lying to women so they’d have sex with him. Ten years for making up false stories.
Imagine that. Being dishonest with someone in the hope of getting laid. Who ever heard of such a thing?
Now, admittedly, Nissim Aharon didn’t tell the women just any old lies. He didn’t claim to be a 9-11 fireman, or a professional soccer player or a fighter pilot.
No. He told them his semen was holy and could heal sickness.
It obviously couldn’t cure stupidity though. The five women who lodged the complaint all paid him large amounts of money for sex, in the belief that he was a holy rabbi.
According to the Israeli justice ministry, Aharon presented himself as a righteous man, as a saint with healing powers, who exploited the naivety of women and teenage girls, while carrying out appalling sexual acts and obtaining large sums of money by fraud.
The statement continues, He would give these people different explanations: among others, that a holy scent comes from him, and that his semen is a holy fluid, which by contact could heal body and soul.
They believed him.
His sexual appetite could not be satisfied, said the convicting judge. There were no means that he would not use in order to exploit women young and old.
Here we seem to have a clear-cut case of somebody telling outrageous lies in order to get the leg over. Incredible. Who knew that people would do such a thing?
Jesus, if Ireland had those laws, there wouldn’t be a man or a woman outside the prisons.
I love you, darling.
No you don’t. Jail!
Wait a minute. Those tits aren’t real!! Jail!
You mean, you don’t really own a Ferrari and a yacht? Jail!!
Stretch-marks? You said you were 23. Jail!!
But look at Nissim Aharon’s claim that his semen was holy.
Here’s what I’d like to know: how did the Israeli prosecution prove that it wasn’t?