CAIRO: A driver at the Cairo Transportation Authority (CTA) was suspended and referred to investigations for taking his pants off in front of a car driven by a woman, Youm7 reported Thursday.
The driver reportedly stopped on the left of the road for passengers to get off, prompting cars behind him to honk loudly.
He then went to a woman driving her car and shouted “do you want me to take off my pants? Take off my pants?” The man then appeared with his pants down to his knees, saying “happy now?”
A man driving a car next to the woman is heard yelling at the CTA driver “what the hell are you doing?” The woman filmed the driver and I Saw Harassment group posted the video on its Facebook page June 27.
After a series of amendments toughening penalties of sexual harassment, the driver may be jailed for at least six months and / or fined at least 3,000 EGP.
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Anyone who does anything that bears sexual or obscene innuendos, with a sign, word, act, or any other form of communication in public or private space is vulnerable to the said punishment, according to the Egyptian Penal Code.