REVEALED: First photo of UAE man 'too handsome' for Saudi

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Posted by: Tahir
Sunday, 28 April 2013 9:08 AM[UAE] - Saudi Arabia
This is a completely mislead article, these men were deported because they were singing LIVE on stage which is against the KSA law. (for the record i was present there at that time when religious police escorted them off)

Bulhan

Weird weird story . Sounds like some attention seeking young men developed some brains. Attend a function in the KSA, break the rules by singing and dancing live on stage, get deported then confabulate the whole 'being handsome' story. Very smart move. Now they have suddenly become international celebrities who are adored all over the world due to the numerous photoshopped photos going around,.. Weird, weird story.

Paolo C

The truth is they are the "Chippendale" of the UAE and the secret KSA police discovered their cover up............. what a laugh

Johkar Yas

Remember in Saudi having two ears and 2 eyes is handsome

xianna ysabelle

insecure Saudis...

Baba

Men should wear abaya

Tahir

This is a completely mislead article, these men were deported because they were singing LIVE on stage which is against the KSA law. (for the record i was present there at that time when religious police escorted them off)

Please do a little bit of fact finding or authenticate before publishing your news articles.

ziad kaddoura

how can Arabian News report such a story.... are you running out of subjects to reports on... what a waste of reading time.

Abdul hafeez Sheikh

They are like other good men ,but they must have behaved in some way which is not acceptable to the KSA society .There are Handsome people in KSA may be more handsome but if u r in KSA u have to behave not like an actor in the other world .

RBH

No behavior is anyway acceptable in this backminded KSA society.

Cindy

Handsome LOL, really how this related to Arabian news!!! Stupid


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