FIFA World Cup 2022: No sex, no alcohol… Masturbators get 7 years in jail, Football World Cup to be played in Qatar

Queue: The FIFA Soccer World Cup is to be organized by Qatar in November this year. The Gulf country is facing many restrictions regarding the FIFA World Cup. Football fans are considered fanatics who travel to any corner of the world to enjoy the game and life by buying expensive tickets. The Qatari government is […]
 


FIFA World Cup 2022: No sex, no alcohol… Masturbators get 7 years in jail, Football World Cup to be played in Qatar

Queue: The FIFA Soccer World Cup is to be organized by Qatar in November this year. The Gulf country is facing many restrictions regarding the FIFA World Cup. Football fans are considered fanatics who travel to any corner of the world to enjoy the game and life by buying expensive tickets. The Qatari government is interfering in their affairs. Neither alcohol nor sex will be found here.

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Football fans have been warned that a one-night stand at this year’s World Cup could land you seven years in prison. A police source told the Daily Star that sex is not possible for you unless you are a couple. There will definitely be no one-night stands in this tournament. There will be no party. Sex is compulsory for the first time in this year’s World Cup.

 

 

can’t romance in public
Sex and homosexuality outside marriage are illegal in Qatar. Already fans with different nicknames can’t even find a hotel room. Wine and partying after the match is the culture of the World Cup. “The safety of every single fan is important to us,” said Nasser Al-Khatar, chief executive of the FIFA 2022 World Cup in Qatar. Even husband and wife cannot express love in public, as it is not part of our culture. Qatar is a conservative country and you have to follow the rules if you live here.

 

Wine and gay flags too Ben!
Qatar Football Association secretary general Mansour Al Ansari said that a ban on rainbow flags during the tournament was also being considered. “If you want to express your views on LGBT, show it in a society where it is accepted,” he said. It has no place in the queue.