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Bar Code Thief – Swiss Sex Boxes – 3 Gender Babies?

Bar Code Thief – Swiss Sex Boxes – 3 Gender Babies?
Thomas Langenbach, 47, is vice-president of SAP, a global software company in Palo Alto, California. He is expected to be arraigned today on four felony counts of burglary at Santa Clara County Court. The 47-year-old was being watched by security at several Target stores after his purchases were flagged as suspicious.
On May 8, staff at the Target branch in Cupertino recognised him and placed him under surveillance. He was caught red-handed covering the store’s labels with his own. When he walked out with a set, which he didn’t pay full price for, security apprehended him and called the police. Langenbach carried out the scam by making his own bar codes using his software skills, according to police.
He would then surreptitiously switch the tags before going to the check-out point. It allowed him to buy a $279 box of Millenium Falcon box for just $49, for example.

The drive-in “sex boxes” as they are being called, will be officially opened on August 26, as part of a drive by authorities in Zurich to regulate prostitution, combat pimping and improve security for sex workers.
The nine garage-style structures, located in a former industrial zone in the west of the city, have been organised with typically Swiss precision.
Drivers will have to follow a clearly marked route along which up to 40 prostitutes will be stationed. Once they have chosen one of the women and negotiated a fee, they will drive into one of the wooden sheds, which are hung with posters advocating the use of condoms and warning of the risk of Aids. The sex boxes are equipped with alarms which the prostitutes can activate if they feel in danger from a client.

The option of selecting “blank,” in addition to the standard choices of “male” or female” on birth certificates will become available in Germany from November 1. The legislative change allows parents to opt out of determining their baby’s gender, thereby allowing those born with characteristics of both sexes to choose whether to become male or female in later life. Under the new law, individuals can also opt to remain outside the gender binary altogether.