The short answer is that I think it would obviously include lap dancing. That sounds like a sexual service to me. Just a preamble here, when we talk about leaving things to the court to interpret, there's a cost associated with that when we arrest people and then we let the courts figure it out. That's just a preliminary thing.
With respect to sexual services, the one reference point I have is with respect to our law on the offence of sexual assault, that the sexual nature of the touching, for example, is subjective in the mind of the victim. So that's one potential reference point. Will it be the person who is providing the sexual service who decides whether it's of a sexual nature or not? I'm not sure. It seems vague to me, and it perhaps would even go further than lap dancing. I'm not sure. For example, if an underwear model has her picture taken, is that a sexual service? It seems to me that she's being provided consideration, and whether or not that's a sexual service is going to be left to the courts again. But there's definitely a cost associated with that.