Indonesische politie brengt punkers moraal bij

Nadat deze jongeren gisteren werden gearresteerd bij een punkrock-concert in Banda Atjeh in Indonesië, werden ze gedwongen om in een meer te baden, hun haar af te scheren, andere kleren aan te doen en te bidden. De politie vond dat ze de keurige, islamitische reputatie van de regio schade toebrachten en bracht zo'n 60 jongeren op deze manier wat 'moreel besef' bij.

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In this photograph taken on December 13, 2011 police escort a group of arrested Indonesian punks in Bandah Aceh police station in Aceh province. Sharia police are
In this photograph taken on December 13, 2011 police escort a group of arrested Indonesian punks in Bandah Aceh police station in Aceh province. Sharia police are "morally rehabilitating" more than 60 young punk rock fans, saying the youths tarnish the province's staunch Islamic image. After being arrested at a punk rock concert in the provincial capital Banda Aceh Saturday night, 59 male and five female punk rock fans have been forced to have their hair cut, bathe in a lake, change clothes and pray, an AFP correspondent on the scene said December 14. AFP PHOTO / CHAIDEER MAHYUDDINBeeld AFP
In this photograph taken on December 13, 2011 a group of arrested Indonesian punks are jailed in Bandah Aceh police station in Aceh province. Sharia police are
In this photograph taken on December 13, 2011 a group of arrested Indonesian punks are jailed in Bandah Aceh police station in Aceh province. Sharia police are "morally rehabilitating" more than 60 young punk rock fans, saying the youths tarnish the province's staunch Islamic image. After being arrested at a punk rock concert in the provincial capital Banda Aceh Saturday night, 59 male and five female punk rock fans have been forced to have their hair cut, bathe in a lake, change clothes and pray, an AFP correspondent on the scene said December 14. TOPSHOTS AFP PHOTO / CHAIDEER MAHYUDDINBeeld AFP
In this photograph taken on December 13, 2011 an Indonesian police woman cuts the hair of a detained punk at a police school in Aceh Besar in Aceh province. Sharia police are
In this photograph taken on December 13, 2011 an Indonesian police woman cuts the hair of a detained punk at a police school in Aceh Besar in Aceh province. Sharia police are "morally rehabilitating" more than 60 young punk rock fans, saying the youths tarnish the province's staunch Islamic image. After being arrested at a punk rock concert in the provincial capital Banda Aceh Saturday night, 59 male and five female punk rock fans have been forced to have their hair cut, bathe in a lake, change clothes and pray, an AFP correspondent on the scene said December 14. AFP PHOTO / CHAIDEER MAHYUDDINBeeld AFP
In this photograph taken on December 13, 2011 police shave the hair of detained Indonesian punks at a police school in Aceh Besar in Aceh province. Sharia police are
In this photograph taken on December 13, 2011 police shave the hair of detained Indonesian punks at a police school in Aceh Besar in Aceh province. Sharia police are "morally rehabilitating" more than 60 young punk rock fans, saying the youths tarnish the province's staunch Islamic image. After being arrested at a punk rock concert in the provincial capital Banda Aceh Saturday night, 59 male and five female punk rock fans have been forced to have their hair cut, bathe in a lake, change clothes and pray, an AFP correspondent on the scene said December 14. AFP PHOTO / CHAIDEER MAHYUDDINBeeld AFP
In this photograph taken on December 13, 2011 a police officer lectures a group of detained Indonesian punks at a police school in Aceh Besar in Aceh province. Sharia police are
In this photograph taken on December 13, 2011 a police officer lectures a group of detained Indonesian punks at a police school in Aceh Besar in Aceh province. Sharia police are "morally rehabilitating" more than 60 young punk rock fans, saying the youths tarnish the province's staunch Islamic image. After being arrested at a punk rock concert in the provincial capital Banda Aceh Saturday night, 59 male and five female punk rock fans have been forced to have their hair cut, bathe in a lake, change clothes and pray, an AFP correspondent on the scene said December 14. AFP PHOTO / CHAIDEER MAHYUDDINBeeld AFP
In this photograph taken on December 13, 2011 a group of detained Indonesian punks wash themselves in a lake after their hair was shaved off at a police school in Aceh Besar in Aceh province. Sharia police are
In this photograph taken on December 13, 2011 a group of detained Indonesian punks wash themselves in a lake after their hair was shaved off at a police school in Aceh Besar in Aceh province. Sharia police are "morally rehabilitating" more than 60 young punk rock fans, saying the youths tarnish the province's staunch Islamic image. After being arrested at a punk rock concert in the provincial capital Banda Aceh Saturday night, 59 male and five female punk rock fans have been forced to have their hair cut, bathe in a lake, change clothes and pray, an AFP correspondent on the scene said December 14. AFP PHOTO / CHAIDEER MAHYUDDINBeeld AFP
In this photograph taken on December 13, 2011 a police officer gives instruction to a group of detained Indonesian punks in a lake after their hair was shaved off at a police school in Aceh Besar in Aceh province. Sharia police are
In this photograph taken on December 13, 2011 a police officer gives instruction to a group of detained Indonesian punks in a lake after their hair was shaved off at a police school in Aceh Besar in Aceh province. Sharia police are "morally rehabilitating" more than 60 young punk rock fans, saying the youths tarnish the province's staunch Islamic image. After being arrested at a punk rock concert in the provincial capital Banda Aceh Saturday night, 59 male and five female punk rock fans have been forced to have their hair cut, bathe in a lake, change clothes and pray, an AFP correspondent on the scene said December 14. AFP PHOTO / CHAIDEER MAHYUDDINBeeld AFP

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