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Swimmer Seto planning race comeback in February after sex scandal

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Let's face it, doing it in a love hotel is better than doing it in the multi-purpose toilets!

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He should never have been punished or suspended. The photographer should have been fined for privacy rights breech.

It is the business of only 3 people. Not from the sports federations, press or anyone else

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Appalling that a professional athlete can be suspended from competition for what is 100% a private matter.

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Professional athletes are public figures, thus their celebrity. Kind of hard to miss that, I'd think.

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Its really lame that athletes in Japan can get suspended for stuff like affairs.

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If he indeed has a wife, then why doesn't he take her to the 'Love Hotel'...?

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^ a bunch of sketchy men

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Caught with his pants down, not a good look.

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In other countries it would had never affected his sporting career.

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robert maesJan. 9  10:04 am JST

He should never have been punished or suspended. The photographer should have been fined for privacy rights breech.

It is the business of only 3 people. Not from the sports federations, press or anyone else

Does this apply to politicians and Hollywood celebrities,too? The paparazzi could not keep up with all the infidelity of the politicians and Hollywood people.  What privacy rights did he have while in public? Will it come to the point where just looking at someone is violating their privacy?  Even reading the posts on this forum, is that a privacy breech of what others have written?  Of course not, it is a public forum. He was in a public place.  Fining for a privacy rights breech, while in a public area, is a very slippery slope.

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