Film actress booked by Egyptian Authorities for promoting see-through dress


Cairo – Egyptian Authorities under Abdul-Fateh al-Sisi administration charged a film actress for wearing black see-through dress at a Film Festival in Cairo on Thursday.

According to the state-owned newspaper, Al-Ahram Gate, the actress apologized to families she may have angered by her outfit choice and said she did not expect it would cause so much anger.

“I would like to apologize again, as an actress with good and positive credit with my fans, and I hope everyone can understand that I had good intentions and did not wish to anger anyone,” she tweeted.

Despite films are produced and promoted in Muslim countries like Egypt, promoting skimpy, see-through dresses in public is a serious offence.

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