Shades of Satan: Iran Cracks Down on Suntanned Women

Iranian police have found another pocket of immorality amidst their population. Of course, it is again women — specifically sun-tanned women. Brig Hossien Sajedinia, Tehran’s police chief, announced that his officers would be looking for suntanned women as a mark of immorality. It appears that the good people at Arrest Sun Lotion may have found a niche.

Sajedinia insisted that “We are not going to tolerate this situation and will first warn those found in this manner and then arrest and imprison them.”

At the same time, cleric Ayatollah Kazim Sadighi, a leading cleric, has called for a crackdown on immodestly dressed women to stop earthquakes, here.

The next step will be a fatwah on George Hamilton.

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11 thoughts on “Shades of Satan: Iran Cracks Down on Suntanned Women

  1. “Brig Hossien Sajedinia, Tehran’s police chief, announced that his officers would be looking for suntanned women as a mark of immorality.”

    Who will determine and how will it be determined that a woman has a suntan? Maybe this is a devious plan to get all Iranian women back to wearing long dresses and veils again.

    Is it just me–or is the world getting even crazier than it used to be?

  2. I agree, those Iranians are crazy; however, I fully concur with a “fatwah on George Hamilton”

    21st Century Legal Disclaimer: As long as no one i.e. George Hamilton—the actor—is actually hurt or harmed in any manner in the fatwah (aka fatwa) or any facsimile thereof which might transpire as any reasonable person’s concept of what could occur in regards to hurt/harm under any circumstances of what said person believes a fatwah (aka fatwa) to entail.

    (For the full fine print legalese, contact the law offices of FFLEO—located in the Mal-Wart parkin’ lot alley near the dumpster—who will soon acquire his D.J. from a 19-month online law degree correspondence course fully unaccredited by all jurisdictions through the Ms. O. T. Foundation of CA for Dumbing-Down Law (LLC/WLL).

  3. cant the women just say the they are getting their vitamin D? 25 minutes a day is all you need.

    Allah cant argue with the necessity for vitamin D since he created us with that need.

    I guess Brig doesn’t understand human physiology or theology for that matter.

    And no, the pills are not the same :)

  4. Wow, and just as I started using a tanning booth to get some base colour in the hopes that we see sunshine and warmth here this summer. Let’s hope that other countries don’t adopt this philosophy. Hmmmm based on our governments recent announcements at the G8 with regards to womens’ rights, I may want to reconsider the tanning booth now that this story is out there!

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