Private legal practitioner Maurice Ampaw feels vindicated about certain comments he made concerning the penalization of couples who moan loudly when making love.
His comments come after a daily newspaper reported that a U.K. woman "has been jailed for loud sex".
The lawyer once controversially stated that moaning during sex constitutes "nuisance", going further to demand that couples who fall victim be made to face the law.
In an interview Joy FM sometime back, Maurice Ampaw wondered why sex should create noise, saying such an action amounts to "infringing upon their rights to privacy and you are committing a crime because you are committing what we call a sexual nuisance."
Explaining the reason for his assertion, he continued that "there are some girls when they are having sex and you are passing on the streets, you will hear them moaning and screaming.
"The worst ones are the men. If you are a man and you are having sex and you are talking and moaning, can’t you control yourself? You should have self control."
The controversial comments by the lawyer raised eyebrows, however, he appears reluctant to change his mind and has now reiterated his stance, following a publication on a U.K. Newspaper."
In a Facebook post Maurice Ampaw wrote: "I have been vindicated by ruling of judge Emma Kelly about those who moan excessive during sex."