Sometimes we write about things that aren't crimes but should be. Like Swiss restaurant The Storchen (English: The Stork) announcing plans to serve breast milk to its grownup customers.
"We have all been raised on it. Why should we not include it into our diet?" restaurant owner Hans Locher asks rhetorically, adding that he re-experimented with breast milk after his daughter was born.
Health authorities in Switzerland can't do anything to stop Locher, apparently, because humans are not on the list of legally approved or banned milk sources.
And here's the kicker: Locher is accepting donations from milk-producing women, who he'll pay about $5.50 US for 14 ounces.
*Thanks to Chef Michael for the tip.