The Hong Kong police force, Asia's finest (or in Hong Kong English, "Asia's most finest"), have appointed themselves arbiters of matters sexual, according to the SubStandard.
A Hong Kong teenage lad was persuaded while chatting online with a Philippino woman to strip off (presumably thinking he was talking to his mother) and play with himself and - imagine his surprise - was then told that the encounter had been recorded and would be posted online unless he coughed up HK$3,000. The matter was reported to the police who, the Subbie reports, confirm that "their video chat degenerated into profane exchanges and bad
"Bad internet sex"? What are the criteria for deciding this? Too fast? Too slow? Not enough bandwidth? And how did the police become such experts? Does this mean that, next time someone asks my reader "How was it for you"?, the response should be "I don't know. Let me ask a policeman"?