Saudi Arabia: There will be a fine of 100 Riyals for speaking loudly in public places
Saudi Arabia has imposed a fine of 100 riyals for talking or shouting loudly in public places.
Khalid Karim, Vice President of Saudi Public Decorum Society, said that the public decorum law has been approved by the ministers after the approval of the Shura and experts.
He said that according to the fifth clause of this law, any person who raises his voice in public places to frighten or threaten or harm the people will be fined 100 Riyals.
A senior government official said that strict measures are being taken for rioting and brawling in some markets of the country in recent days.
In these incidents, there was shouting in the markets, people were harassed and the citizens were inconvenienced by the noise in a public place.
Khaled Karim instructed the citizens to complain to the relevant authorities of the Ministry of Interior about defacing public places in Saudi Arabia.
According to the new law, men and women are prohibited from wearing appropriate clothing and using obscene words or gestures.