Iranian police have warned shopkeepers not to display female mannequins without a hijab, or showing bodily curves, Irna news agency reports.
Display of bow ties and neckties, and the sale of women’s underwear by men are also banned, the police said.
“Un-Islamic behaviour” has been targeted since President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s first election in 2005.
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