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Thai male disguise and sneak into Iran women’s kabaddi games

Disguise Thai man sneak into Iran women’s Kabaddi games

The Iranian Federation of Kabaddi – a popular Asian sport – slammed a Thai coach on Wednesday after he reportedly dressed as a sneak to watch female matches.

Pictures of the unnamed man circulated on social media, showing him wearing makeshift headscarves in the stadium at Gorgan in northern Iran. In some he was wearing a black headscarf and in others a white towel wrapped around his head. Some reports said he was ordered to leave once before the manager to slip back in. The stadium was hosting the Asian championships of kabaddi, a sort of cross between wrestling, rugby and the playground of the originating tag from the Indian sub-continent.

Iranian media identified the man, who was wearing a Thai sports kit, as the coach of Thailand’s team. In a statement, the Iranian federation said the incident was “unjustifiable” and that the man had “violated the rules of host country.” The Islamic republic of Iran bans men and media from attending female sporting events, where strict requirements for women to wear headscarves in public are lifted. A spokesman for the Iranian federation, Abuzar Markalai, told the Jam-e Jam website, that the Thai coach should “apologize for his disrespectful gesture towards women.”

Rumors spread on social media on Wednesday that coach had actually been instructed to wear a headscarf, but this was denied by Markalai. There is a ban on women and sports in Iran, especially the ban on women attending men’s football matches, which is officially in place to protect them from uncouth behaviors. A similar ban on attending volleyball matches was introduced in 2012, though has been increasingly over the past year.  Source: Coconuts Bangkok  (Immage shows Male Kabaddi games)

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