Lubna Hussein's Outfit Described By Court in Detail: Conservative, Khaki Trousers Become "Tight and Flashy'
The Sudan Tribune has printed Sudanese Judge Mudathir Al-Rasheed Sid Ahmed in the case of Lubna Ahmed Hussein.
We have a closeup photo of the “offending outfit”, thanks to the London Times.
The following “evidence” and witness testimony provide the foundation for Lubna Hussein’s conviction in the honorable court of Sudanese Judge Ahmed’s Mudathir Al-Rasheed Sid Ahmed:
1) Judge Al-Rasheed Ahmed’a Ruling: The hard evidence has clearly indicated that the defendant was wearing a revealing outfit and a flagrant breach of public morality as the complainant stated in his statement on page (2) of the record.
2) Witness Testimony: “Defendant was wearing tight pants and blouse with short and transparent sleeves with openings on the sides and composting pants and her head was exposed because she was not wearing scarves”.
3) Witness Testimony: “Defendant was wearing pants and a blouse and the pants were tight and flashy and shows from underneath it the thighs and the outline and the form of the underwear and the color of her panties that can clearly be seen which is beige in color and short shirt with sleeves up to her elbow and it is transparent and light reflecting everything inside it within such as the shape and form of the bra and that the start of her chest is showing because the blouse opening and it also has two holes on the side lengthwise from top to bottom, and there is a gap between the confluence of the shirt so that they appear able to view the navel and the underwear of the accused”.