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It was shared on semi-official news websites and carried on websites of privately-owned channels such as Rotana TV, which suggested it had been recorded just before the women were accosted.In that video, the women are riding a quad bike on the promenade as the young men watch.The humorous clips show Abu Sin and Christina, 21, chatting from their homes in California and Saudi Arabia, battling language differences between English and Arabic and jokingly declaring their love for one another.In one, Abu Sin – whose nickname translates as “toothless” – dons a traditional Saudi headdress and sings Christina a traditional song before asking her to marry him.Banned: Porn Having porn on your phone, tablet or computer could land you in seriously hot water if you touched down in Saudi Arabia.Even illustrations of scantily dressed people, especially women, is banned. Customs officials can and will scan your phone for any pictures they deem to be inappropriate and then confiscate your equipment.
““Appropriate action will be taken against applications or services that do not comply with the regulations,” a spokesman at the commission told Arab News.Banned: Taking pictures of buildings You're on holiday so you're going to snap pictures all the time, right? Photographing government buildings, military installations, and palaces is not allowed.One should also avoid photographing local people - especially Saudi Arabian men without their permission - and don't point a camera in the direction of women.Video and voice calling allows people to call over the internet rather than phone networks, avoiding the expense that can often come with calling outside of the country or for extended times.Internet calling over Whats App and Viber were already blocked.