In a move that wouldn’t go down too well on the trendy streets of east London, Isis have imposed a new law to crack down on men wearing skinny jeans.
The terror group has said that it would also imprison anyone caught with music on their mobile phones, smoking, or turning up late for prayer in the state capital of Raqqa, Syria.
According to reports, skinny jeans-wearers will be jailed for 10 days, and made to take an ‘Islamic course’ during their imprisonment.
And at the end of their jail time, they will be forced to take a test, with those who pass being immediately released.
But those who fail will be kept behind bars until they pass.
Reports of the new laws were revealed by anti-Isis group Raqqa Is Being Slaughtered Silently, who slammed the sanctions as ‘volatile and changeable’.
Jassem, who lives in Raqqa, told the group: ‘Isis tightens penalties and uses the principle of intimidation in dealing with public, which led to the migration and escape of many people.
‘Freedom of expression has become a crime, so you can not oppose a decision issued by the group.
‘Otherwise you will be arrested on charges of violation of God’s law as its fighters claim, but they are far from this law.
‘There is no difference between Isis and Assad’s regime: bribery and favouritism are widespread within the group and play a major role, especially among the local members of the group’.
Last month, Isis continued their anti-smoking campaign as they carried out a second mass cigarette burning.
In photographs taken in the northern town of Barqah, the group’s religious police force can be seen torching huge piles of cigarettes in a field.
Isis also displayed anti-smoking posters featuring images of burning human lungs in a bid to prevent militants from smoking.
source : metro.co.uk