Iran: Women To Be Cracked Down
TEHERAN: Iran’s police force outlined plans for a renewed onslaught against women who show off too much of their bodies in the streets of Teheran. Teheran’s police chief, Morteza Talai, said here on 18th April.
In their campaign, the police will confront women showing their bare legs in short pants.
The police is also going to combat women wearing skimpy headscarves, short and form-fitting coats. The police will crackdown those ones walking with pets in parks and streets.
Every post-pubescent female in Iran, regardless of her nationality or religion, is obliged to observe the Islamic dress code and cover her shape and hair whenever outside the home.