It must be true…
I read it in the tabloids
Legal sex workers in Nevada are warning about the rise of sex robots, calling the mechanical lovers “unhealthy and dangerous.” A number of sex-doll brothels have sprung up around the world, and the owner of Nevada’s Bunny Ranch said he intends to offer sexbots by 2020. But workers at Sheri’s Ranch outside Las Vegas resent the idea of robots cutting in on their turf. The bots are “dehumanizing,” said licensed sex worker Allissa. “A man who becomes comfortable with a sex doll is alienating himself from healthy sexual experiences with real women.”
State health inspectors are investigating a Maine seafood restaurant that tried to sedate lobsters bound for the pot with marijuana. Restaurant owner Charlotte Gill pumped weed smoke into the crustaceans’ water tanks, saying it keeps the creatures calm and makes “an unbelievable” difference in their meat. She stopped selling the “high-end lobster” after state officials objected, saying that medical marijuana can only be provided to people with a doctor’s prescription. “Lobsters are not people,” a state spokesman noted.
The residents of a Florida neighborhood are begging authorities to take action against a local man who does his yard work in the nude. Melissa Ny says she frequently opens her door to find her neighbor mowing the lawn or cleaning his car in the buff. “I came out Sunday night to put the trash out,” she said, “and I look over and he is bent over, winding up his hose, and I’m like, that is my view of the neighborhood.” Following multiple complaints, the sheriff’s department said it was investigating. ■