Egyptian belly dancers jailed for 'inciting debauchery'
A court in Egypt has sentenced two belly dancers to six months each in jail for inciting debauchery.
Lawyers filed complaints, saying they were outrages to public morality and harmed the image of Egyptian women.
In March, a well-known dancer - Safinaz - was sentenced to six months in jail for insulting the national flag.
She appeared in a video wearing a dress in its colours.
Another dancer, Salma el-Fouly, received a six-month sentence in July for a video in which she wore skimpy clothes while making fun of male gropers.
The male cameraman was also jailed for six months, while a second man who produced and appeared in the video was sentenced in absentia to a year in prison.