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World Cup sex ban as horny fans warn one-night stands can lead to 7 years in prison

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EXCLUSIVE: A World Cup sex ban is in effect during the tournament in conservative Qatar, with those caught fooling around with anyone other than their spouse facing a seven-year jail sentence

Exuberant football fans have been warned that one-night stands at this year’s World Cup could result in seven years behind bars.

Alcoholic bunks are officially banned at the tournament, which begins in November, with FIFA officials warning there will be “no exceptions”.

UK law enforcement are increasingly concerned that UK fans could face severe penalties for “doing everyday things that are accepted at and after matches”.

A police source said: “Sex is not on the menu at all unless you come as a husband and wife team. There will definitely be no one-night stands at this tournament.

“There really isn’t going to be a party at all. Everyone needs to keep their heads above themselves unless they want to risk being stuck in jail.

“This year’s World Cup will see a sex ban for the first time ever. Fans need to be prepared.”

Extramarital sex and homosexuality are illegal in Qatar, where the tournament is held, and are each punishable by up to seven years in prison.

FIFA has said all are welcome at the tournament – but there are growing concerns this is not the case. There have already been reports of fans with different last names being blocked from booking and sharing hotel rooms.

The insider added: “The culture of drinking and partying after games, common in many places, is strictly prohibited.

“With very severe and scary consequences if caught. There is a feeling that this could indeed be a very bad tournament for the fans.”

Nasser al-Khater, Managing Director of FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022, said: “The safety of every single fan is of the utmost importance to us.

“But public displays of affection are frowned upon, it’s not part of our culture — and that’s true for everyone.”

Qatar’s Supreme Committee for the staging of the 2022 World Cup also warned of the strict laws in place.

A statement said: “Qatar is a conservative country and public displays of affection are frowned upon, regardless of sexual orientation.”

Qatar Football Association secretary-general Mansoor Al Ansari said he was even considering banning rainbow flags at matches.

He added: “You want to demonstrate your view of LGBTQ+ and then demonstrate it in a society where it’s accepted.”

A quickie on the foot could land you behind bars, Qatar World Cup bosses have warned.

Affairs outside marriage are against the law in the strict Middle East country – and the rules are strictly enforced, it is said.

OK, fair enough. When you travel to a foreign country, you must obey its laws and preserve its traditions.

The same applies to alcohol, which is also prohibited.

So no bonks, no alcohol.

Our problem is why Qatar is hosting the World Cup at all.

It’s honestly way too hot to play football.

Most fans from most participating countries like a drink before, during or after – or all three.

Many supporters are young people looking for fun… and that can include a bit of romance.

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