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It's not necessarily illegal for men and women to form private clubs and swap sexual partners at so-called swingers' parties, a Montreal judge ruled Friday. In his ruling, the judge convicted Denis Chesnel and his daughter Brigitte of running a bawdy house. Three other people were convicted of being present in the bawdy house.
They will be sentenced in November, and are expected to be ordered to pay fines. Despite the convictions, one of the defence lawyers, Bernard Corbeil, called it a good day for swingers. Chesnel was outraged by his conviction, calling the ruling a double standard. Hetero people can't do what they want. It's a joke," he said. Canada Swingers clubs OK, says Quebec judge Montreal judge rules that swingers clubs are not necessarily illegal, but convicts two people for running a bawdy house. Social Sharing.
FROM Oct. But charges can be laid if the acts are performed in front of others, the judge warned. The lawyer also owns one of Montreal's best-known swingers clubs. Eight people faced a total of 19 charges in the trial. External Links Quebec Swingers Association.