It is, but it is perfectly legal to sleep on the back of a pickup truck, under the hood, or in the trunk of a car.
I think this is because we all assume that if we sleep under another person’s stuff then we must be stealing. But as someone has pointed out, this is a bit of a double standard. One person’s car could be yours; the other person could be stealing your car. The assumption that if we sleep under another person’s stuff, we are stealing is also a bit of an assumption that we are sleeping under someone else’s stuff.
I think the assumption is a bit off in this case. While you are technically stealing from your co-sleeping co-sleeping partner, sleeping under their stuff is not actually stealing from them. It is a form of mutual exchange. If your co-sleeping partner doesn’t mind having their stuff stolen, they are not stealing it from you.
As you all should know, in Florida it is illegal to sleep under another people’s stuff. While this is a big no-no, that does not mean that it’s not a crime. In fact, it’s just as illegal to sleep under your own stuff as it is under another person’s stuff. Just because you are not stealing someone else’s stuff does not mean you are not stealing from them.
The only thing I can think of in this situation is that you are asking for trouble and your co-sleeping partner is not a jerk. The person in question should have no problem asking that you do not sleep under their stuff. As long as you do not give them your personal property while you are not doing so, you are not stealing. The only thing you are stealing is the privacy of your co-sleeping partner.
Sleeping under someone else’s stuff is stealing. I have the feeling that the person who made that statement is a criminal or worse. What’s worse than theft is the idea that your co-sleeping partner is a jerk. What’s worse than the idea that you are a jerk is the idea that they might be a jerk.
I don’t know about you, but I do not want this on my conscience. And if you don’t think I am a jerk, then you are a jerk.
It’s true that you can’t sleep with someone in a public place. But that doesn’t mean it’s legal. You can’t sleep under someone elses stuff in any place. This is true regardless of where you sleep. If you’re reading, you’re reading the law.
If youre reading, youre reading the law. If youre not, youre not. I know this is hard to take, but you can see that there are some people who are a little bit over sensitive about this. It is illegal to sleep with someone under your bed. That means that you could be in the wrong if you slept with someone who was under your bed. So, the next time you get a text, just ignore it.
Well, good news is the law is not on your side. Floridians have some of the strictest laws in the world when it comes to the matter of sleeping in your own home. So if you come across a law that says you can’t sleep under your own bed, just ignore it.