That is the kind of environment feminists want in the west- men getting arrested over petty things like approaching and complimenting.
He was not 19, he was 9.
Some say he got arrested for driving without a license.
It is just for banter.
the second video is a must watch very funny- it is called "Catherine Tate- the offensive translator."
I go to UCL and my uni teacher played this video. The entire group of 124 students with 37 different nationalities were laughing so much from start to end.
those days when political correctness didn't stop banter, comedy and a sense of humour
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Your comments are not making common sense. You claim that this boy was being arrested for political correctness and not because Saudi Arabia is a insanely oppressive, weird, nutty regime.
This is their interpretation of being Conservative. Not being liberal. For goodness sakes, they are still holding women responsible for civil rights protests in prison.
While her female friends get behind the wheel legally for the first time, prominent women's rights campaigner Loujain al-Hathloul will be behind bars.
Ms al-Hathloul is one of several women jailed since mid-May for their activism — a month before the Saudi Government promised to lift its longstanding ban on women driving.
She played a high-profile role in the Women2Drive campaign.
In 2014, she was famously arrested while trying to drive from the United Arab Emirates, where she held a valid driver's licence, across the border into Saudi Arabia.
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this has nothing to do with feminism and everything to do with an oppressive regime
nice try though