Great! He deserves it!
An Egyptian lawyer has been sentenced to three years in prison for saying that women who wear ripped jeans should be raped in punishment.
Nabih al-Wahsh, a prominent conservative, was also fined 20,000 Egyptian pounds (£839; $1,130).
The lawyer made the remarks on a TV panel show in October, during a debate on a draft law on prostitution.
« Are you happy when you see a girl walking down the street with half of her behind showing? » he said.
He added: « I say that when a girl walks about like that, it is a patriotic duty to sexually harass her and a national duty to rape her. »
Mr Wahsh said that women who wore revealing clothing were « inviting men to harass them », and said « protecting morals is more important than protecting borders ».
The prosecutor brought charges against Mr Wahsh after a public outcry.
The National Council for Women’s Rights condemned the remarks, saying they were a « flagrant call » for rape, in violation of « everything in the Egyptian constitution ».
The council has now filed a complaint about the statement to the Supreme Council for Media Regulation about the broadcast which aired on 19 October.
Mr Wahsh has previously called the Holocaust « imaginary » and declared himself a proud anti-Semite.
« If I see any Israeli, I will kill him, » he said during a separate TV panel show.
In October last year, Mr Wahsh was involved in a TV studio brawl with a cleric, after the cleric suggested women should not necessarily have to wear a headscarf.