"The Committee for prevention of Vice in Saudi Arabia ruled that an attractive look can be a great temptation for men. There will be lashes to the rebels."
If a woman in Saudi Arabia has a seductive gaze or eye considered attractive, she shall meet such costs to avoid "a great temptation for men". As decided by the Committee for the promotion of virtue and the prevention of Vice.
In the country, women must wear a long dress to cover the entire body, in addition to hiding the hair and, even, the face, according to the region. The punishments are paid in money and blood, humiliation in public and lashes on the skin.
The Committee was created in 1940 to ensure that the Great laws of Islam were met in the country. Among other actions, thus undertook the prohibition for women to drive vehicles and provides for corporal punishment by a court to those who do not obey.
This Commission not only ordered to 10 lashes an activist who had protested against this commandments driving a car about 5 months ago, but she also ran against all kinds of customs of the Saudis.
A month ago, the Colombian footballer Juan Pablo Pino was stopped by dress with short sleeves and lay bare the tattoos on his arm, something that has "negative effects on the health of Saudi youth", as defined.