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If you need to go anywhere else, however, you'll have to get a driver because women are banned from driving.
It's thought it may cause women to leave their houses more often than they need to - possibly for uncouth reasons.
Banned: Having a drink on the aeroplane en route to Saudi Arabia Do not arrive in Saudi Arabia under the influence of alcohol - and definitely do not have a drink on the plane.
Penalties for the possession of, or trade in alcohol are severe, and both result in prison sentences.
Private gyms for women WERE allowed to operate until recently when the Religious Police closed them down.
Banned: Worshipping any religion other than Islam Believing in any other religion than Islam is frowned upon by Saudi Arabian officials.
And what do you think they'd do if you had a glass of champagne on a flight into the country?
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Banned: Going to the gym if you're a woman If you're worried about your muffin top as a woman you want to hope you've got a flight of stairs in your house to run up and down.
Many SAs take the short trip to Bahrain to watch movies.
Banned: Learning a musical instrument at school The piano always looks good on a person's CV but if you want to learn as a child it has to be private tutorials.
Karl Andree, 74, has already been in jail for more than a year and now, despite his age and ill health, faces a further punishment of more than 350 lashes which his family says could kill him.
The British grandfather’s crime was being caught by the Saudi police with some bottles of homemade wine in the back of his car.
audi Arabia is a country whose sole constitution is based on the Quran - the religious text of Islam.