The "Morality, Clothing and Clothing Accessories" Police in Iran
|Is this one banned also?|
OK, now they have gone too far and they went too far hella long time ago, but even more so now. Recently, in the bastion of freedom, the stronghold of free society, Iran has banned…necklaces for men. While peeps in truly free societies (at least free for now) shake their heads and go “WTF”, the peeps in Iran must tighten their headscarves and pull up their pants-the morality police are on patrol.
“Thousands of special forces have been deployed in Tehran’s streets, participating in the regime’s “moral security plan” in which loose-fitting headscarves, tight overcoats and shortened trousers that expose skin will not be tolerated for women, while men are warned against glamorous hairstyles and wearing a necklace (Guardian UK).”
Yea…we really have to watch out for those glamorous hairstyles. After all, if you have a choice between a certain hairstyle and kidnapping someone and torturing them for days and hours, then what would you choose. There are security concerns and there are security concerns. Recently a football player was kicked off of a plane and fined for having baggy pants (apparently terrorists employ the baggy pants bomb lately) .
The only concern I have about hairstyles is the mullet. If you are sporting a mullet, then I think, visually, the world would be a better place without you. Other than that…no worries mate. Sheez.
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