This Woman Was Dressed So “Provocatively” That She Had To Be Edited Out Of This Ad

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Saudi Arabia isn’t exactly known for being a country that allows freedom in…well, in much of anything.

The dress code there is quite strict – even men are not permitted to go topless.

The absurdity of the country’s dress code is represented in an ad Saudi Arabian retailer SACO shared on Twitter.

From The Express Tribune:

Posted on Twitter by retail company SACO on their official page, the image features a family lounging in a swimming pool with a glaring difference from the original image – as pointed out by a Twitter user who posted original image – there is an inflatable ball where there’s supposed to be the woman. Other changes include pix-elated faces and blacked-out bodies of the man and two kids.

No, this is not satire. Here is the Tweet:

The *ahem* creative editing led to a lively discussion…

(Translation, as provided by Twitter’s translator tool: The original was distorted and deliriously switched suppressed women and cartoon balloon on the chest of men and children.)

(Translation: We slightly modified the picture for you.)

(Translation: This is easier than modifying the original picture.)

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