Be a Meanie about Bikini
Byline: GEORGE TYNDALE
CONGRATULATIONS to the plods in Dubai for feeling the sunburned collar of a British chav for going shopping in her bikini.
The unnamed tourist got in a ding-dong with a local inside one of the Gulf's biggest shopping malls.
The Arabic woman, quite rightly, took exception to the fact the Brit was wearing a revealing low-cut top - in defiance of the dress code, details of which are well-publicised.
A row ensued and the big-headed Brit allegedly proceeded to strip to her bikini and flaunt herself at bemused onlookers.
For her crass act of feminist body empowerment, the dozy woman was nicked, thrown in the cells and questioned by police in connection with offences of being brainless.
Of course, you can think what you like about the oppression of women in Muslim states and I have gone on record with my own views about the enforced wearing of the enslaving burka.
But one has to abide by …
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Publication information: Article title: Be a Meanie about Bikini. Contributors: Not available. Newspaper title: Sunday Mercury (Birmingham, England). Publication date: August 8, 2010. Page number: 10. © 2009 Birmingham Post & Mail Ltd. COPYRIGHT 2010 Gale Group.
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