Wednesday, August 24, 2016

Photos: French Police Enforce Burkini Ban By Ordering Mum To Remove Muslim Garment On Beach, Fined

Heavy-handed French police enforcing a 'burkini ban' forced a woman to remove her Muslim dress as she sunbathed on a beach.

Mum-of-two Siam, was approached by four officers in Nice and told to take off the baggy blue hooded top which she teamed with leggings.

The former air hostess, whose family members have been French citizens for at least three generations, said: “I wasn’t even planning to swim, just to dip my feet.”

Pictures show her soaking up the sun before being approached by the uniformed cops and surrounded. She is then seen removing the garment. It is understood she was fined the equivalent of £32 for breaking a burkini ban.

The Nice administration has issued an order banning swimwear with religious connotations, citing security concerns. Several other cities on France’s Mediterranean and Atlantic coasts have banned burkinis this summer.


  1. Nobody wants to die... Security is paramount

  2. How can someone sunbath with all that garment on. And also some people just act like they can hear and feel there are above the law. Now when force is applied, she removed it

  3. Good one. How do you want to sunbath and still be heavily covered up. Where the sun wan penetrate go? All these religious people sef. If you must go to the beach, dress appropriately. She for still add agbada join the outfit sef. That's how they conceal and bomb people.