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Contact Admin. September 10, MELUT — A traditional leadership council in Melut county of Upper Nile state has condemned what it called inappropriate dressing in the public, mostly practiced by teenagers. This came following a report that a group of young men on Thursday beat up a young lady, identified as Regina James Thon, allegedly for her inappropriate dressing while leaving Melut Market back to her village.
Sultan Ayong Deng, a traditional leader at Melut traditional court centre on Friday told an audience that the indecent dressing was not acceptable as it contravened cultural values. Quizzed by the local police during interrogation, Regina said she was afraid, and so did what she was told by removing her clothes and people began to mock her.
Juac Thon, a police officer handling the case said Regina told them that the young men were punishing her for allegedly dressing in an alluring way with the intention of passing on the HIV virus, a claim she denied. He further said that "such behavior brings a lot of concerns into the communities and that something needs to be done before it becomes too late.
You cannot beat a woman because she wears transparently or half naked with assumption that she has AIDs that is why she dressed like that to attract men. Arona added that local people needed to be educated about the correct ways of fighting the spread of HIV.
You are telling them also that it is good to rape such a woman because she wanted sex. We have heard cases where men have raped women and then said it was because they were putting on miniskirts.