Topless mum arrested after sharing pictures of children painting her breasts – World News

An activist has been arrested for posting a YouTube video showing her two children painting on her topless body.

Police in India have just released details of the bizarre case.

Kerala-based mum Rehana Fathima, 33, was booked by the local police for posting a video on social media platforms in which her two minor children are painting on her breasts and torso.

Thiruvalla Police station in Pathanamthitta district has registered a criminal case against Fathima under Section 67 of the IT Act (electronically transmitting sexually explicit content) and Section 75 of the Juvenile Justice Act for cruelty to child.

The case was registered following a complaint by a local BJP OBC morcha leader.

Rehana Fathima shared the video on YouTube

“We are looking into how and why the video was uploaded. We are investigating,” a police inspector told Indian media.

Fathima shared the clip on YouTube writing her children had proceeded to paint on her body while she was resting due to an eye infection.

She said: “The feminine body and her nakedness are more than 55 kg of flesh, compared to the male body.

“Leggings are aroused by the sight of the legs, while the man standing with his knees bent over his chest and his legs half-naked, forces men and women to approach the body in a manner that does not elicit ejection.

The artist said porn is ‘in the eyes of the beholder’

She was stopped by protesters as she tried to enter the Sabarimala shrine

“It is the false sexual consciousness that is currently being given to society. Just as beauty is in the eye of the beholder, so is porn in the eyes of the beholder.”

Fathima had stoked controversy in October 2018 when she had attempted to climb the hill at Sabarimala in the wake of the Supreme Court order allowing women of all ages to offer prayers at the temple.

She was stopped by protesters as she tried to enter one of Hinduism’s holiest temples.

The Sabarimala shrine was historically been closed to women of “menstruating age” as the religion regards them as unclean.

Despite the Supreme Court overturning the ban, Ms Fathima and a female journalist were refused entry.

She had also ruffled feathers by posting a photograph on Facebook that many termed as ‘objectionable’ and ‘insulting’ to Hindus. She had spent 18 days in jail in connection with the cases registered against her then.


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