He’d Received the Message, “a Horny Dog in Love with a Shrew”, Sent the Porn Back as a Reply to a Woman He Met Online, the Elderly in His Seventies Found by the Verdict to Pay the Woman $10,000N.T.s

Sexting here, and you still get, SUED!  Off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

The seventy-year-old elderly man, Tsai sent the porn footage to a female he met online, was sued for sexual harassment, and the woman sued him for $200,000N.T.s, he’d said he was innocent, that it was the woman, sending the footage of the dog humping the female owner to him, which misled him.  The judge found, that the footages were sent and received in the time of two-months, and, in the dialogues, it was difficult, to confirm, that the woman was hinting at sex, the courts mandated that Tsai needed to pay the woman $10,000N.T.s; both the elderly and the D.A. filed for the appeals, the district court in Kaohsiung believed, that Tsai the elderly had, damaged the woman’s dignity, and still mandated that he pays the woman $10,000N.T.s.

The verdict pointed out, that Tsai and the woman met online, added one another to LINE and started chatting from time to time, sending one another the greetings; in January of two years ago, the woman sent a footage, “The horny dog in love with the shrew” to Tsai, with the dog, humping the female owner’s legs, two months later, Tsai also sent the three segments of pornography he’d downloaded to the woman.

The woman felt that Tsai was sexually harassing her, called the cops, and pressed charges, and sued him for $20,000N.T.s.  During the trial of the simplified court of Fengshan, Tsai said that it wasn’t what it looked like, that Tsai had asked him to go to a motel, and told him that the cost was $2,000N.T.s, back then, he’d not made the “date”; later the woman sent him the footage of “the horny dog in love with the shrew”, that was why he’d, responded by sending the porn footages back to her; he said, that sending and receiving the videos is the culture of the online interactions, that the contents of what he’d sent wasn’t really sexually illicit, that it’d not constitute as sexual harassment.

The judge reviewed over the conversation records, and noted how two months after the woman sent Tsai the footage, did Tsai send the three segments of porn to her, that during the time, there were the only ordinary greetings of “Good morning”, “how are you” exchanged between the two, that it was hard to confirm, that the footages sent by the elderly has anything to do with what the woman sent to him, from two months ago.

The judge believed, that Tsai is with enough experiences of life, that he should know, that the footages he’d sent to the woman, would cause her disgust, or thrills, that his behaviors was sexual harassment, and, considering the finances of both, mandated that Tsai needed to pay the woman $10,000N.T.s.  Tsai still denied the sexual harassment charges, while the woman felt that the money the courts fined Tsai to pay to her wasn’t quite enough, both filed for appeals.

The district court of Kaohsiung found, that the two had never met physically, that their interactions revolved around “greetings toward elderly”, and that the woman told Tsai, that she was seeing someone else, that it wasn’t like Tsai stated, that they were, dating, didn’t believe Tsai’s claims, and found that Tsai needed to pay the woman $10,000N.T.s, as for the asking of the woman in payment, the original trial already specified the basis for it, tossed back her appeal.

And so, this is how, these online interactions, can get people the wrong ideas, and besides, you should NEVER be sexting other people, because, most of us here (still just, assuming, and yet, I’m still, NO ASShole!), would take it as something OFFENSIVE, so, just don’t do it!  Otherwise, you get SUED for sexual harassment.

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