Dancing by the pool in Iran detained 64 people

Staff of the Iranian forces detained 64 young men who took part in a private party in Esfahan. It is reported Associated Press with reference to the television of Iran.

The event was held in one of the outlying areas of the city near the pool. Young people of both genders consumed alcohol and danced in the “half-naked”. Some participants took photographs and posted them on the social network, which, according to the report, “encouraged moral decline”.

On July 26 last year near Tehran for the joint holiday was arrested about 150 boys and girls. “After we received information about a joint party in the garden near Islamlar in the West of Tehran province, police and another organization conducted a special operation to arrest dozens of boys and girls,” said the Colonel Mohsen, Hancerli.

The ban on drinks is valid in the country since the Islamic revolution of 1979. The exception is the production of wine for religious ceremonies of Christians, who in the Islamic Republic are a minority. For violation of the anti-alcohol norms in Iran is punishable with fines, lashes, prison and even execution.