A controversial video allegedly showing a uniformed woman performing oral sex on a fellow male employee in a Suzuki vehicle has been making the rounds on social media and phones all around Malta. In a comment to iNews, Police Inspector Sandro Camilleri has spoken about the legal implications of the whole thing.
“This is all illegal. The law is very clear about these things,” he said. Quoting a law that was actually introduced last year, Inspector Camilleri said that whoever publishes or shares photos and videos that show sexual parts without the consent of the person in question can be fined up to €5,000. He also went to say that the crime is punishable by up to two years imprisonment.
Camilleri went on to specify that even people who share this video on social media are also contributing to this illegality. “When you’re sharing this video, you’re making it public yourself” he continued. “Your Facebook friends would only have watched it because of you.”
The Inspector finished off by commenting on the alarmingly large amount of calls that the Malta Police Force has already received concerning this video. “These all amount to illegalities, and I want to make that clear, because a lot of people don’t seem to know these laws. Not knowing the law is not an excuse.”