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    Quote Originally Posted by Nobber View Post
    People with them litter picker sticks can chase folk and pull their masks off.

    Sorted.

    Knob head.
    Suppose it would give you something better to do with your time then knob head?

    I take it you don't know how to enforce it then?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Charlie Manson View Post
    Suppose it would give you something better to do with your time then knob head?

    I take it you don't know how to enforce it then?
    How do you enforce any law?

    What's the big deal?
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    Quote Originally Posted by deany;2355433[B
    I've been to Saudi on sales trips. One was with a female colleague. She dressed normally and didn't wear any head gear. Nor was she asked to.

    I can't stand Saudi (the controlling house of Saud being my main issue with the place) but I'm not sure where this suggestion has come from that they make foreign female visitors wear head gear? They don't.
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    Meanwhile over in Morroco

    Morocco has banned the sale, production and import of the burka, according to local reports.
    Letters announcing the ban were sent out on Monday, giving businesses 48 hours to get rid of their stock, the reports stated.
    There was no official announcement from the government, but unnamed officials told outlets the decision was made due to "security concerns".
    It is unclear if Morocco is now intending to ban the garment outright.
    A high-ranking interior ministry official confirmed the ban to the Le360 news site, adding that "bandits have repeatedly used this garment to perpetrate their crimes".
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    Thats an interesting one, i dont ever recall seeing one when i was there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by raefil View Post
    Thats an interesting one, i dont ever recall seeing one when i was there.
    Regardless of your experience the country obviously sees it as a problem.

    The line "Bandits have repeatedly used this garment to perpetrate their crimes" says it all.
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