An act declaring the rights and privileges of stalkers and protecting them from detection while performing stalkery acts.
Section 1. Definition of stalker – Whereas, a stalker is any person with the intent, accidental or not, of discovering an important secret, a juicy gossip, or any potentially damaging information, birth secrets, illicit affairs, and the like.
Section 2. Any persons fitting the definition of stalkers as described in Section 1 are protected from discovery while performing the following duties as stalkers:
(a) Hiding behind a thin post or a very small office plant
(b) Tailing or driving alongside the car of stalking victims
(c) Skulking behind glass windows/doors
(d) Walking just a few steps behind the victim
(e) Sitting in an adjacent table in a café or restaurant
Section 3. Special cases – A stalker may only be discovered/followed by another stalker.
Section 4. Effectivity – This act is only effective in kdrama land. Elsewhere you are better off hiring private detectives.