Remember meForgot password?
    Log in with Twitter

Saudi Arabia deports men for being too irresistible to women

By Katerina Nikolas     Apr 22, 2013 in World
Riyadh - Saudi Arabia's strict interpretation of sharia law ensures men cannot be unduly tempted by the unveiled faces of attractive women. It may well be time the veiling rule is also extended to the male population.
Saudi's infamous religious police, the Commission for the Promotion of Virtue and Prevention of Vice, recently stormed a cultural event to remove three visitors. The men had little control over their alleged sin which was being "too handsome."
The three Emiratis were attending the Jenadrivah Heritage and Cultural Festival in Riyadh when the religious police swept in and evicted them. According to the Telegraph "a festival official said the three Emiratis were taken out on the grounds they are too handsome and that the Commission members feared female visitors could fall for them."
Steps were then taken to remove the three Emiratis from the Kingdom.
UAE's the National reports that the three men have now returned to Abu Dhabi and the hunt is on to identify them as women are naturally curious what makes the men so irresistibly handsome.
The National further reported the behaviour of the morality police was not unique and they quite often chastise men for their "too handsome" appearance. One man was advised by the morality police "to get married. It is a cover for you."
More about Saudi arabia, too handsome, saudi religious police, too irresistible
More news from