TOTAL BS: Court Is OK With Muslim Kicking Woman in Face For Wearing Shorts

According to THIS court, it’s still ok to be a sick, a-hole that beats on women for wearing shorts in public. How 2016 of the judge!

A Turkish court on Sunday released a man who confessed to kicking a young woman in the face on an Istanbul bus because she was wearing shorts.

The 35-year-old had confessed during his interrogation to attacking the woman but was released by the court after it decided that no crime had been committed.

Turkish police had arrested the man on charges of kicking a woman for wearing shorts on a bus in Istanbul.
Police detained the suspect on Saturday in Turkey’s largest city, the private Dogan news agency reported.

He was heard shouting: ‘Those wearing shorts must die!’

The suspect allegedly attacked 23-year-old Ayşegül Terzi, who works as a nurse, and kicked her in the face, reports said.

Ms Terzi was left with severe bruising after the attack.

She went on to describe how three men stepped in to try to put an end to the beating.

The man later told police he had been angered by her clothing.

He said: ‘The shorts she was wearing were not appropriate. That’s why I was angry and behaved so.’

The attack was caught on CCTV and apparently shows the beating incident.
Read more: Daily Mail

Watch the sick attack:

He was angry because she was ‘indecently dressed’. Wearing shorts.


She should have been covered up in the full-beekeeper style, apparently.

Well, that guy in Turkey must REALLY hate Daisy Duke.

We dedicate this song to all the camel-shaggers out there that will kick a woman in the face for wearing shorts:

Here’s a fate worse than death:


Wear that, sucka!

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