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Morocco expels two topless women over gay kiss protest

Morocco expels two topless women over gay kiss protest

Morocco has expelled two women who posed topless for a gay rights protest.

The two French women, from feminist group Femen, were ejected after baring their breasts and kissing each other in an incredible statement.

On their breasts they painted rainbows, and the line ‘In Gay We Trust’.

‘This act of provocation was an unacceptable offence to Moroccan society,’ the interior ministry said in a statement.

"The two were arrested at Rabat international airport after they filmed obscene scenes.’

The two women were apparently on their way home when they arrested. The protestors were told they had breached Moroccan ‘public indecency’ laws.

Homosexuality is banned in Morocco and is punished with up to three years in jail.

Last March, a court in the city of al Hoceima sentenced two men, accused of consensual homosexual activity, to one year and six months in prison.

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