Every headline in the main newspapers about this case scream about a British women (or 'businesswoman' - what's the relevance of the 'business' prefix?) facing jail for sex on the beach.
Yet there's no mention of the guy she was having sex with. I could understand it if he wasn't facing charges and/or was a local - it's journalistic tradition to give more importance to compatriots of the journalist than to foreign types.
But neither is the case. From here:
[T]he man also accused in connection with the incident was a British holidaymaker...Her fellow accused faces a similar sentence.
So a British man and woman get nabbed making the two-backed-beast and face the same sentence, yet the woman is mentioned solely in the headlines. A bit like the case a while back whereby human rights groups scream with rage about a woman in Saudi Arabia was sentenced to be lashed for adultery after she was raped, her adultery uncovered by the fact that she was kidnapped with her adulterous lover - largely ignoring the fact that her lover was not only also raped by the gang but also faced the same sentence. He warranted little mention and no appeals from Hu(wo)man Rights Groups.
Also, the Daily Mail's headline omits the fact that she's not just facing prison for sex outside of marriage and public sex, but also for the fact that she was publicly drunk and allegedly assaulted and hurled abuse at a police officer.
Oh, and then there's the typical Western Woman habit of the wringing of hands, the wails of victimisation, and the claim that it was 'all a mistake.'
How the fuck do you get drunk, hump a stranger in public then throw a tantrum at a cop 'by accident'? Not even the clumsy Mr. Bean managed to do that, at least not in any episodes I've seen.
Expect immediate diplomatic measures to be employed to secure her release.
Nice to see she's getting little sympathy though; I think many men (and women for that matter) see through the fake tears female criminals sprinkle over their charge sheets in order to get a light punishment.