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Its an interesting case in that it appears to be a drunk women who consents to sex with a sober male, able to then claim rape afterwards because she wasn't sober enough to say no? Sounds very familiar to the Ched Evans case.

The law effectively says yes, but in balance it puts the onus more on the male. It also introduces a grey area, at which point does the female move from being able sober enough to give or refuse consent?

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Baz - She's now going for Civil proceedings after failing criminal.

Under Scotts law surely it will fail at the Sherriff court?

Fact he was on 20 k p/w here for a few years and has to sell the flat as opposed to re-mortgaging suggests he's being hit hard over this.

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What is it with footballers wanting to have sex with a girl at the same time as their mates? Is this normal behaviour? I wouldn't even want another bloke in the same room, let alone joining in.

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What is it with footballers wanting to have sex with a girl at the same time as their mates? Is this normal behaviour? I wouldn't even want another bloke in the same room, let alone joining in.

If you are a forward like goodwillie you always rely on your team mates to place it in the box for you

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