The sex marathon The Inquisitr reported on Saturday is finished, and Quebec porn star Zoe Zebra has “earned” herself new breast implants.
Attendees of the event had to pay $15 apiece, and a video of the entire epic saga will be made available at a later, undisclosed date, her production company, AD4X stated.
The event left some Gatineau residents and city officials furious.
According to the Ottawa Citizen, Zoé Zebra had to face mounting opposition from civic leaders and even move the event from its original location just so she could follow through with it.
Dubbed the “Boule-O-thon,” Zebra’s sex marathon had but one purpose.
“I want a boob job just for me,” Zebra said. “It’s not for my job or nothing.”
Maxime Pedneaud-Jobin, the city’s mayor (pictured above), called the event “shameful,” an opinion held by many who protested since the event was announced.
What really irked the Gatineau residents and city officials most was that she planned to have the sex marathon in coordination with Bar 77, a licensed strip club. The club’s owner was going to allow the event to take place in an RV parked in the lot behind his business.
Zoning regulations put a stop to that, so the Boule-O-thon was moved to an apartment above the club, which city officials admit they can do nothing about.
A Ville de Gatineau spokesman said that Bar 77 is a “full-contact” strip club. Even so, making a pornographic film is off-limits.
“If he’s [club owner Larry Lepine] promoting it as an activity [sex] that takes place in his bar, that kind of activity would not be tolerated in that kind of zoning,” the spokesman said, adding “it couldn’t happen in a recreational vehicle, either.”
“Because the event will be held in a private space,” she added, “the city cannot intervene.”
On Sunday, a defeated Pedneaud-Jobin lamented that the city was unable to stop the sex marathon from happening.
“We want to promote a healthy sexuality and healthy self-esteem for women, and we don’t want young girls obsessing over a body that is in many cases not accessible,” the mayor told Canoe. “The values promoted by this event go against all of that.”
However, ultimately, Zebra found a way to “do it” without breaking any laws.
“We cannot invent regulations as we go,” the mayor said.
What do you think, readers? Should a sex marathon be allowed to be publicized, or does it pollute the fabric of the community?
[Image via Journal La Revue]