After an alleged gay wedding video went viral, an Egyptian court on Saturday convicted eight men for broadcasting images that “violated public decency.”
The men were sentenced to three years imprisonment and also said they will be on three years of probation once they have served their terms.
The video, filmed aboard a Nile riverboat, shows what prosecutors said was a gay wedding ceremony, with two men in the centre kissing, exchanging rings and cutting a cake with their picture on it.
The video went viral on social media websites such as Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.(watch the video here:
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