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A video grab of the couple.
If you are a citizen of Kuwait or planning to travel there, you should know the rules and laws of the country.
Recently, police in the Gulf country arrested a married couple after a video showing the husband brushing his wife's hair went viral on social media.
In the footage, deemed “immoral,” the man is seen combing the hair of his wife and woman showing off her body and making salacious remarks.
The couple makes 'immoral' gestures.
The arrest came soon after the video was widely circulated on different social media platforms.
The couple is now under investigation after being apprehended by the police, according to Kuwaiti newspaper Al Qabas.
Prosecutors have started the process of charging the couple with violation of public decency, according to the New Arab.
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