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Iran's hardline Islamic regime has had enough of footballers with long hair and plucked eyebrows.

"I will ban athletes with an effeminate look," the head of the country's Physical Education Organisation, Mohammad Ali-Abadi said, told the Etemad-Melli newspaper.

"It is really disgraceful for Iran that young people step onto fields wearing make-up," the top official fumed. "When a man enters the field with dyed hair and groomed eyebrows he is disrespecting society."

The paper said Ali-Abadi appeared to be particularly worried about footballers, and warned that "even though they get away with it now, they will be disqualified in future".

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Dunno.. besides needing to shave a little, I thinks she's rather mediocre and could blend in with any crowd. It's not like Iran will win WC this year....... so why wait and "punish" them later for what he views as a slight against society? And I assume he's speaking of his own personal society here.


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Finally. Iran is on to something good. ;)


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In my opinion there is nothing girly about the man in the photo...? What, cuz he has longer hair? :blink: I'd like to see more pics of what the guy in the article considers effeminate and what kind of make up he is actually talking about. I'm sure there will be some unhappy campers over there soon!


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If that hair is 'long' I'd hate to think what he calls 'short' :P


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Are his eyebrows waxed? Do athletes have to declare waxed eyebrows on their visa apps to get into Iran? How would they know?

Either way-whoever did his brows didn't do a great job!


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