A court in the Indian capital, Delhi, has now ruled that homosexual intercourse – more commonly known as ‘bumming’ – between consenting adults is not a criminal act.
The controversial ruling has overturned a 148-year-old colonial law which described same-sex relationships as an “unnatural offence”, despite many of the government’s staff secretly practising the sex-act behind closed doors.
The High Court in Delhi have ruled that the law, which outlawed homosexual acts, was discriminatory and a “violation of fundamental rights to bum-related sexiness.”
City officials in Mumbai have been quick to target the lucrative gay cruise market by offering special overnight packages in the hope of attracting the rainbow dollar.
“They spend a lot of money,” said one official.
“On things like colourful cocktails, tight fitting t-shirts, and expensive facial products – and we want some of that money spent here in Mumbai.”
The adult movie industry in India is already creating titles which they hope will attract homosexual tourists to the country’s brightest hotspots.
“Slumdog Millionaire did a lot for the male heterosexual tourist business, because they all thought our women looked like super-hot sextrel Frieda Pinto.” said one Indian producer.
“And now we’re making another version with her role played by a nubile barely legal boy, we’re calling it Bumdog Millionaire. It hits cinemas 15th July.” he concluded.