Indonesia's Aceh province has banned Muslim women from wearing pants or skirts they deem too tight. Shops have also been banned from selling tight pants or skirts, which officials say are un-Islamic. Women caught with clothes police believe violate the law will have their pants or skirts seized and be given more modest skirts. Those caught violating the law three times face two weeks of detention.
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