obscene


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obscene

Law (of publications) having a tendency to deprave or corrupt
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If Pellegrini does not win the title with this wonderful assembly of attacking talent, it will be an obscene failure.
Meanwhile, the Sakhi Pir police raided a shop in Fareed Plaza and recovered large quantities of CDs and DVDs of obscene videos.
In an episode of the gag show Popcorn, aired on July 4, 2012, a prankster made unambiguous use of female dummy legs to make obscene gestures as part of a prank to capture shocked expressions on the faces of onlookers.
They know the law and that the sharing of obscene images is illegal.
Hawes pleaded guilty to two counts of accosting or annoying a person of the opposite sex and five counts of distributing obscene matter.
Kumar summoned the accused companies to face trial for allegedly committing the offence punishable under Section 292 (Sale of Obscene Books etc), Section 293 (Sale of Obscene Objects to a Young Person etc) and Section 120-B (Criminal Conspiracy) of the Indian Penal Code.
In his summing-up, which began on Tuesday and lasted two hours and 12 minutes, the judge said the jury had first to consider whether the book was obscene.
Mr Griffiths denied accessing an obscene and/or indecent image on a trust computer at the hearing.
He faces eight counts of publishing an obscene article under the 1959 Act.
At Ayr Sheriff Court, McLelland admitted sending grossly offensive texts and making obscene calls.
He said: "It was accompanied by extremely graphic, crude and obscene text indicating the sender's intention to rape her.
As I was writing some letters, my wife was watching a programme called Mock The Week and obscene language seemed to be the order of the day.