n.— «Awakened by the jostling of a half-naked man on top of her after a late-night party in 2003, a Toronto woman was immediately struck by the look on his face. Her assailant appeared neither threatening nor caught in the act. Instead, he looked distinctly bewildered.…Tomorrow, when the Ontario Court of Appeal hears a Crown appeal in the case of Regina v Luedecke, it will be obliged to grapple with the validity of a new legal defence—sexsomnia—an exotic form of parasomnia, or sleep disorder, that is believed to affect about three out of 100 people.» —“Crown appeals acquitted man’s ‘sexsomnia’ defence” by Kirk Makin Globe and Mail (Toronto, Canada) Feb. 6, 2008. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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