Videos: Iran bans footballers for grabbing bottoms on the field!

Discussion in 'Videos' started by iraniam, Nov 1, 2011.

  1. iraniam Member

    Two Iranian football players have been indefinitely suspended due to committing "immoral" acts on the field. Apparently, Persepolis players Mohammed Nosrati and Sheis Rezaei got too excited when their team scored the winning goal against Damash Gilan last Saturday. Footage posted online shows the joyous Persepolis defender Mohammed Nosrati squeezing teammate Sheis Rezaei's bottom in the heat of the excitement!
  2. Anonymous Member

    Well, it IS gay, you know... unless the guy doing the grabbing-arse is a proctologist.
  3. PresidentShaw Member

    And yet another example of how silly things become when you mix religion with politics...
  4. Anonymous Member

    Mabye so Shawski, but what's the grabassing for? I never felt the inclination to touch my teammates buttocks on the field of battle.
  5. PresidentShaw Member

    It's fucking silly, but it doesn't warrant a ban.
  6. iraniam Member

    Iranian soccer league players Mohammad Nosrati and Sheys Rezai have received heavy fines for their so-called “immoral acts” on the field while celebrating a goal.
    Iranian media report that Mohammad Rohanian, the head of the Persepolis Soccer Club, announced that Sheys Rezai has been fined $300,000 and is suspended for the rest of the season.
    Mohammad Nosrati is fined $250,000 and is suspended until mid-season.
    The club said Rezai’s heavier penalty was based on what it called his “former records.”
    Iranian media have been up in arms over the celebratory scene captured on camera after a Persepolis goal, in which one player touched the others’ buttocks.
    A judiciary official has even called for the two men to be flogged and imprisoned.
    Members of the National Soccer Team, however, have issued a statement in support of their colleagues, insisting that the affair was not intentional.
    Both players have also issued public statements saying they committed no indecency, and all the negative interpretations of the scene are misunderstandings.
  7. Anonymous Member

    "Two Iranian soccer players who engaged in “inappropriate” celebratory behavior during a game broadcast on national television might be sentenced 74 public lashings on the pitch, the Iran’s Fars News Agency reported Tuesday. Iran members of parliament, sports officials and judges have called for the “swift punishment” of Mohammad Nosrati and Sheys Rezaei, two soccer stars who play for one of Iran’s most popular clubs, Tehran-based Persepolis."

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