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Government not encouraging outdoor sex, minister insists
The government’s ban on having sex indoors with someone not in your household does not amount to an endorsement of open-air fornication, a minister has been forced to clarify.
A widely-noted effect of yesterday’s revision of lockdown laws was the criminalisation of sex between people who do not live together, apparently including non-co-habiting couples.
“What this is about is making sure we don’t have people staying away from home at night,” junior housing minister Simon Clarke told LBC when questioned about the ban on Tuesday morning.
When asked if the rules allowed couples to copulate outdoors, Mr Clarke laughed and said: “It is fair to say the transmission risk of coronavirus is much lower in the open air than in internal space, but obviously we do not encourage people to do anything like that outside at this time or any other.”
In case you missed it, here is our story yesterday on the new rules: