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(Sun Sentinel)   Prostitute gets into an undercover cop's car and asks that he touch her breasts to prove he's not an undercover cop. Guess what happens next   (sun-sentinel.com) divider line 161
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2013-10-07 12:44:14 PM  
Wow, she was more attractive than one would expect in these situations.  Get her while she's fresh guys!
 
2013-10-07 12:56:07 PM  
He fixes the cable?
 
2013-10-07 12:57:50 PM  
touching a titty is a lewd or indecent act?
 
2013-10-07 01:15:35 PM  
The City or State recognized she was in a bad situation and implemented a plan to help her out?
 
2013-10-07 02:11:35 PM  
"Oh, were there people nearby?  I didn't notice.  And the windows were tinted.  And I meant over the shirt, but not that lewd."
Pay me some lawyer fees lady, my advice just got you out of jail.
 
2013-10-07 02:22:46 PM  
He shot her dog?
 
2013-10-07 03:12:05 PM  

Sliding Carp: He shot her dog?


is that a euphemism for something?
 
2013-10-07 03:15:25 PM  

ManateeGag: Sliding Carp: He shot her dog?

is that a euphemism for something?


Less so than "he stabbed her cat"

So, in Florida, touching someone's breast is considered a lewd or indecent act.

You suck, Florida.
 
2013-10-07 03:18:48 PM  

Kredal: He fixes the cable?


Don't be fatuous.
 
2013-10-07 03:21:04 PM  
Confound it! Needs full body pic to best determine attractiveness.
 
2013-10-07 03:21:45 PM  
Seeing how she's in the car with a no account dickbag cop, I would have to assume she was arrested.
 
Pud [TotalFark]
2013-10-07 03:57:27 PM  
One question, why wasn't the undercover cop arrested as well? Does this mean that in Florida it's legal  to be the toucher and illegal to be the touchee?

/Florida sounds a little more fun now.
 
2013-10-07 04:07:33 PM  

Pud: One question, why wasn't the undercover cop arrested as well? Does this mean that in Florida it's legal  to be the toucher and illegal to be the touchee?

/Florida sounds a little more fun now.


In this case, he didn't actually do any touching. She was arrested for offering to let him touch.
 
2013-10-07 04:12:52 PM  
This will be a crimp into Golden Corral's Seniors 2 for 1 drink nights.
 
2013-10-07 04:44:26 PM  

Crewmannumber6: Kredal: He fixes the cable?

Don't Go be fatuous somewhere else.


Fixed.
 
2013-10-07 04:47:08 PM  
Should be able to find a lawyer to do some pro quo quid  work and get her off.
 
2013-10-07 04:55:23 PM  

minoridiot: Should be able to find a lawyer to do some pro quo quid  work and get her off.


Or quid pro quo.
 
vpb [TotalFark]
2013-10-07 05:02:35 PM  
Indicating that you are a hooker and trying to get a john is generally enough to get you arrested and convicted for prostitution in most states.
 
2013-10-07 05:08:10 PM  
Well, we're talking Daytona Beach here, so he either grabbed her boobs or modified the engine on her chevy until it blew up.
 
2013-10-07 05:08:49 PM  
He falls in love and goes to Drexel's house to fight so she can go free?
 
2013-10-07 05:08:49 PM  
FTA:

"An undercover Daytona Beach cop, who was working in an area known for street prostitution, called out to a woman, "Hey, babydoll, are you working?" according to police."

How in the fark is this NOT entrapment??
 
2013-10-07 05:09:56 PM  
 
2013-10-07 05:10:32 PM  
Land of the free...
 
2013-10-07 05:10:34 PM  
gifatron.com
 
2013-10-07 05:10:35 PM  
I love how people still think the "Are you a cop?  If you are, you have to tell me!" line actually works.  That's absolutely absurd.  Of course they don't have to answer that question, and they can certainly lie if they do answer it.  Yet, people still ask it, like it's some kind of magic word spell that's going to trap the undercover cop into revealing himself.

/I guess the smartest among us probably don't go into prostitution
 
2013-10-07 05:11:36 PM  
Beerguy


FTA:

"An undercover Daytona Beach cop, who was working in an area known for street prostitution, called out to a woman, "Hey, babydoll, are you working?" according to police."

How in the fark is this NOT entrapment??


I wonder that also...
 
2013-10-07 05:12:22 PM  
"Since Ferrara allegedly asked the cop to touch her boobs on a public roadway in view of people, she committed another crime -- offering or agreeing to a lewd or indecent act."<P>
So asking someone to touch your boobs in a public place is a crime and considered an indecent act? These cops have laws for everything. Or can make up some suspect laws.
 
2013-10-07 05:13:47 PM  
A lewd act charge? In Daytona Beach!? Excuse me while I laugh harder
 
2013-10-07 05:14:41 PM  
Cop's an idiot for trying to entrap her.

Woman's an idiot for asking him to feel her up in public.
 
2013-10-07 05:14:46 PM  

Beerguy: FTA:

"An undercover Daytona Beach cop, who was working in an area known for street prostitution, called out to a woman, "Hey, babydoll, are you working?" according to police."

How in the fark is this NOT entrapment??


And if she wasn't "working", isn't that lewd sexual harassmen because of "babydoll"?
 
2013-10-07 05:15:28 PM  
I've always thought these prostitution busts were blatantly entrapment. I also don't get why prostitution is even a crime. It's perfectly legal to sleep with someone for free, why is it illegal to do it for money? It's perfectly acceptable to take a girl out to dinner or buy her drinks in hopes of getting a little action. Is that really so different?
 
2013-10-07 05:15:30 PM  

Random Anonymous Blackmail: Beerguy


FTA:

"An undercover Daytona Beach cop, who was working in an area known for street prostitution, called out to a woman, "Hey, babydoll, are you working?" according to police."

How in the fark is this NOT entrapment??

I wonder that also...


There is no entrapment anymore. Headline assumes her guilt too.
 
2013-10-07 05:15:33 PM  
www.iconsoffright.com
 
2013-10-07 05:19:32 PM  

netweavr: The City or State recognized she was in a bad situation and implemented a plan to help her out?


This? Please? And life in the anti-hypocrisy universe where this is possible? And whilst at it, unicorns flying out the asses of anyone condescending to mock this...
/cause it would hurt
 
2013-10-07 05:19:49 PM  

DrFaustus: I love how people still think the "Are you a cop?  If you are, you have to tell me!" line actually works.  That's absolutely absurd.  Of course they don't have to answer that question, and they can certainly lie if they do answer it.  Yet, people still ask it, like it's some kind of magic word spell that's going to trap the undercover cop into revealing himself.

/I guess the smartest among us probably don't go into prostitution


Except according to FTA, that's not what she did.  She asked him to prove he wasn't, by doing something that a cop presumably isn't allowed to do in the course of his duties.
 
2013-10-07 05:21:28 PM  
I wonder if she should have asked the cop to show her his peener.  I bet that would have gotten out of that situation.  Cop says no, hooker leaves.
 
2013-10-07 05:22:14 PM  

Abner Doon: DrFaustus: I love how people still think the "Are you a cop?  If you are, you have to tell me!" line actually works.  That's absolutely absurd.  Of course they don't have to answer that question, and they can certainly lie if they do answer it.  Yet, people still ask it, like it's some kind of magic word spell that's going to trap the undercover cop into revealing himself.

/I guess the smartest among us probably don't go into prostitution

Except according to FTA, that's not what she did.  She asked him to prove he wasn't, by doing something that a cop presumably isn't allowed to do in the course of his duties.


First she asked, and then she asked him to touch her breasts.  FYI, undercover cops can do that too.
 
2013-10-07 05:24:12 PM  

ManateeGag: touching a titty is a lewd or indecent act?


Then what's the charge for breastfeeding?  And is there an age limit?  Can an adult man drink from a woman's breast in public too?  We need Florida farkers to test this out, and post results on youtube.
 
2013-10-07 05:26:03 PM  

exick: Pud: One question, why wasn't the undercover cop arrested as well? Does this mean that in Florida it's legal  to be the toucher and illegal to be the touchee?

/Florida sounds a little more fun now.

In this case, he didn't actually do any touching. She was arrested for offering to let him touch.


"I was kidding!"

Offering to touch is a crime?
 
2013-10-07 05:27:19 PM  
If there was an "agreement", doesn't that mean the cop is now guilty of conspiracy?
 
2013-10-07 05:27:24 PM  
So, anybody else getting the 'How to Sell a Time-share' ad right above her picture?  lol
 
2013-10-07 05:29:36 PM  
Touching boobies, or offering said touching is a crime?  Such a sad sad world we live in.
 
2013-10-07 05:34:01 PM  

Beerguy: FTA:

"An undercover Daytona Beach cop, who was working in an area known for street prostitution, called out to a woman, "Hey, babydoll, are you working?" according to police."

How in the fark is this NOT entrapment??


I was wondering the same thing.
 
2013-10-07 05:34:05 PM  
It's a booby trap.
 
2013-10-07 05:34:05 PM  

Random Anonymous Blackmail: Beerguy


FTA:

"An undercover Daytona Beach cop, who was working in an area known for street prostitution, called out to a woman, "Hey, babydoll, are you working?" according to police."

How in the fark is this NOT entrapment??

I wonder that also...


Entrapment requires the state to have encouraged the person to do something that they wouldn't have normally done.  This isn't entrapment in the same way that offering to buy drugs isn't.
 
2013-10-07 05:34:50 PM  
Oh fark them. I hate these nonsensical sex laws. Get your tax funded ass out on the street to take care of some real business, you stupid little pussy. Why do I have to have a 9mm by my bed at night? Because you're a pussy, chasing after little pussy adventures.
 
2013-10-07 05:35:04 PM  

uncleacid: It's a booby trap.


Is this some kind of a bust?
 
2013-10-07 05:35:06 PM  
My guess is "freedom". Am I close?
 
2013-10-07 05:35:57 PM  

James10952001: I've always thought these prostitution busts were blatantly entrapment. I also don't get why prostitution is even a crime. It's perfectly legal to sleep with someone for free, why is it illegal to do it for money? It's perfectly acceptable to take a girl out to dinner or buy her drinks in hopes of getting a little action. Is that really so different?


It's entrapment if you get somebody to commit a crime who wasn't going to do so anyway.

Providing an opportunity to commit a crime, with no pressure or cohersion is not entrapment.  The idea of entrapment is that you can't force people to commit a crime or trick people into commiting a crime then charge them with it.   Mens rea, the idea of the "guilty mind" is key here, that somebody must make of their own free will a choice that they know (or should honestly know) is wrong.  If an honest person can just walk on by/drive on by and ignore the offer/opportunity without feeling pressured or threatened to do something that is illegal it's not entrapment.

Driving by a woman on the street and saying "Hey babydoll, are you working?" like this cop did, is not entrapment.  She didn't have to get in the car, in fact I'd think most non-prostitutes would have told him to fark off, or just ignored him.

Note that they didn't have enough to charge her with prostitution, since there was never any offer or deal of sex for money, she got out before it got to that point.  The lewd conduct rap is a little bullshiat though, they were clearly reaching for something to charge her with since she figured out it was a trap.

/I am not a lawyer and that's not legal advice.
 
2013-10-07 05:40:05 PM  

plcow: Random Anonymous Blackmail: Beerguy


FTA:

"An undercover Daytona Beach cop, who was working in an area known for street prostitution, called out to a woman, "Hey, babydoll, are you working?" according to police."

How in the fark is this NOT entrapment??

I wonder that also...

Entrapment requires the state to have encouraged the person to do something that they wouldn't have normally done.  This isn't entrapment in the same way that offering to buy drugs isn't.


Offering to buy drugs means you'd have to have drugs in order to sell them.

I wouldn't normally go around offering sex for money but if someone offered me money for sex I might think about it, I mean it's money for doing something that doesn't require any previous intent or preparation. How is offering me money for sex NOT encouraging something I wouldn't normally do?
 
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