Saudi woman is filmed hitting men with a wooden stick after they harassed her for not dressing ‘modestly’ in a Riyadh park

Footage shows a woman brandishing a stick in a park in the Saudi capital, Riyadh
The unnamed woman can be seen lunging at a crowd of men surrounding her
Clip sparked debate in Saudi Arabia with some claiming she had been harassed
Others said the woman, whose hair was not covered, had not dressed ‘modestly’

A Saudi woman has been filmed hitting out at men using a wooden stick after they harassed her for not dressing ‘modestly’ in a park in Riyadh.

Footage captured in the Saudi capital and widely shared online in the kingdom, shows the woman lunging at the crowd surrounding her.



Men can be seen running away from her while the crowd scatters as she swings the stick around.

A Saudi woman has been filmed hitting out at men using a wooden stick after they harassed her for not dressing ‘modestly’ in a park in Riyadh

Footage captured in the Saudi capital and widely shared online in the kingdom, shows the woman lunging at the crowd surrounding her

There are reports that she launched the attack after passers-by complained that her hair was uncovered.

The clip sparked debate online with some praising the unnamed woman for fighting back against those who were harassing her.

One said that she was ‘so brave’ while another described her as being a ‘Saudi Wonder Woman’.

But others turned on her for ‘provoking’ men walking in the park.

According to Stepfeed, one social media user said: ‘No one would harass a modest, respectable woman.

Men can be seen running away from her while the crowd scatters as she swings the stick around

There are reports that she launched the attack after passers-by complained that her hair was uncovered

‘A woman who’s too out there and who dresses like this must handle what she gets. Some women dress provocatively and don’t want anyone to harass them.



‘Have some shame and be modest if you don’t want that.’

There are also unverified reports that she is a popular social media personality who had been followed by men wanting to take pictures with her.

Source Bydailymail.co.uk

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