Ghanaian soccer fans have been cautioned that wantonness wouldn’t be countenanced at year’s World Cup in Qatar.
Authorities have cautioned that culprits face a seven-year prison term whenever got because of the country’s severe regulations.
Voyaging soccer fans have been cautioned that the five-minute casual hookups and quick ones they are utilized to wouldn’t go on without serious consequences and could abandon them bars when the opposition begins in November.
Planned explorers have been informed that main wedded couples (male and female) with substantial marriage declarations will be permitted into lodgings, lofts and tents alone.
FIFA authorities have additionally added their voices to the harsh advance notice that they won’t be arguing for mercy when fans are grabbed bonking unlawfully.
The world football overseeing body says will be there in no time flat “no special cases” made to the standard forbidding sex outside marriage during the four-week competition.
A police source in Qatar said: “Sex is a lot of off the menu, except if you are coming as a couple group. There certainly will be nobody night remains at this competition.
“There will be no partying at all really. Everyone needs to keep their heads about them, unless they want to risk being stuck in prison.
“There is essentially a sex ban in place at this year’s World Cup for the first time ever. Fans need to be prepared.”
Sex outside of marriage and homosexuality are illegal in Qatar, where the tournament will be held, and each carries a prison sentence of up to seven years.
“The drink and party culture after games, which is the norm in most places, is strictly prohibited.
“With very strict and scary consequences if you are caught. There is a feeling this could be a very bad tournament for fans.”
Qatari authorities including chief executive of the country’s 2022 World Cup Organising Committee Nasser al-Khater said: “The safety and security of every single fan is of the utmost importance to us.
“But public displays of affection are frowned upon, it’s not part of our culture, and that goes across the board to everybody.”
The Qatar Supreme Committee for the delivery of the 2022 World Cup also warned of the strict laws in place.