(Original post by SophistiCat)
Hmmmm... I think beastiality porn is ever so slightly worse than rock/hiphop music, don't you? As for videogames? I bought Grand Theft Auto: Vice City and have no problem with it, although I realise it's not to everyones taste ... however I'd have issues with a videogame in which animals/children/women/whoever are raped... I really don't get your argument.
You don't have a problem with GTA: Vice City, in which one can pay a pittance for sex from a probably desperate prostitute, before brutally murdering said prostitute and stealing back the said money.
But you do have a problem with games in which characters are raped.
On the whole issue with the guy in the cafe:
Masturbating in public is understandably illegal, as is beastiality porn, and child-porn. You should have reported the first two (as long as you're sure he was masturbating) both things to the cafe manager, who would have no doubt taken action.
Whether one can look at non-illegal porn in a cyber cafe or not is totally up to the cafe, and has nothing whatsoever to do with the government. If you have a problem with being in a cafe where people are looking at such things, simply take your business elsewhere.
Further legislation is not the answer for both moral and practical reasons (the government does not have the right to ban consent-based pornography, nor does it have the ability to do so).