Will you marry me? Cool, get those clothes off
Men on the prowl for sex are prone to tell little fibs like "of course I love you". Men in Korea had to be careful to draw the line at promising to marry, however; until now such a promise unfulfilled could land you in jail:
A South Korean court has revoked a law under which men could be jailed for tricking women into bed with false promises of marriage.
The court was responding to petitions from two men imprisoned for the offence.
The law was subject to abuse, of course:
The law had also been exploited by women who used it to blackmail men - threatening to sue after sex, claiming they had only gone to bed with the men after they had been proposed to.
Now men can go back to doing one of things they're best at: lying for sex.