idiggory, King of Bards wrote:
Increase that sum to a level where it would be legal to sue them and it is considered theft, and you can be prosecuted for it.
And if it's an amount that exceeds the legal minimum, you can sue them for it.
Probably wouldn't bother for $20, but for $300 you certainly might take it to civilian court.
You can sue for about anything. There is no law being broken that would cause you to win a lawsuit however.
I have no clue at what point anyone would bother charging them with a crime, but that doesn't really matter, now does it? Because I'm inclined to think that someone's human dignity isn't equatable to a couple hundred bucks.
That's hyperbole. And it's really obvious.
I have no clue why you think that a person who is drunk loses their human dignity because they have *** when under the influence.
Women are people, equal to men in both
rights and responsibilities. They're not feeble, or ill-informed, or unable to make a decision when under the influence. Maybe not a good decision, but they have to be given the same opportunity to make a bad decision as men.