13 March 2008

Tehran police chief and six beauties

Tehran’s police chief, Reza Zarei, has been arrested (has resigned according to other sources) after he was found nude in a local brothel with six naked prostitutes, according to report on the Iranian Farda News.

Before he was arrested, Zarei was in charge of the programme for the 'moralisation of the city'.

It is alleged that in the past six months, hundreds of young people have been arrested in Iran for not respecting the Islamic code of behaviour.
I, personally, am absolutely sure that the good General was only enforcing the Islamic morality. Iranian Press Service has the following details:
The Police Commander in charge of implementing Islamic Morality and fighting against hooligans and social trouble-makers has been arrested in a residence in company of six women whom he had ordered to make their prayer completely nude , according to well informed sources and independent internet sites.
I say, he just wanted the prayer to come really from the heart - and how else to make sure it does if not watching them pray in the nude? And his own performance report makes all allegations about alleged sexual activities simply absurd:
When in command, General Zare’i had boasted to have addressed more than five thousand people since the start of the project a year ago...
Let's say he invested 300 working days, which makes it almost 17 ladies "addressed" daily on average. Surely he couldn't have...

Or is there some special prayer in the Koran?