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As of today, the Nottinghamshire Police, in the north of England, has dramatically widened its definition for a hate crime to include cat calls and any other bizarre sort of way to "hit on" chicks.

Any woman can now report any unwanted attention to police and it will be treated as a crime.

Seriously, how thirsty are these dudes? Apparently, the thirst is strong enough to get a law passed in order to settle things down.

Police released a statement that any “unwanted or uninvited physical or verbal contact” and ” “unwanted or uninvited sexual advances” will get you BUSTED.

Chief Constable Sue Fish of the Nottinghamshire Police said: “What women face, often on a daily basis, is absolutely unacceptable and can be extremely distressing. Nottinghamshire Police is committed to taking misogynistic hate crime seriously and encourages anyone who is affected by it to contact us without hesitation."

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The survey concludes something seemingly arbitrary as a food emoji icon can symbolize body parts or sex, after determining that Instagram banned the eggplant emoji.

The ban was due to its search algorithm revealing the emoji was linked to 'lewd' photos of men and their intimate 'eggplant' parts.

The survey, which polled 5,675 singles, indicated 40% of people who think sexy thoughts more than once a day are apt to frost their texts with a whole lot of emojis; while the more docile of the bunch (once a day sexy thoughts) were proven less likely to drop an emoji.

Basically if someone texts you an emoji, you're totally in. Not really though.

"[Emoji users] want to give their texts more personality," Helen Fisher, the genius brainiac behind the study published earlier this year, told Time Magazine. "Emoji users don't just have more sex, they go on more dates and they are two times more likely to get married."

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