Egyptian police arrested a photographer for allegedly taking inflammatory photographs of models in front of an ancient pyramid. The photographer photographed a model in ancient Egyptian clothing worn in ancient Egypt in front of a pyramid outside the capital Cairo. Earlier rumors had surfaced that the Egyptian popular fashion model Salma al-Shimi had been arrested. However, the police have denied arresting Salma.
Photoshoot in front of a 4700-year-old pyramid
According to the Daily Mail, model Salma al-Shimi was photographed in front of the mausoleum wearing clothes worn during the time of King Faro in ancient times. The photographer was arrested after this private photoshoot in an area of archaeological importance. Not only this, the photographer’s case has been sent to the court. Earlier on Instagram, last week, the extremely popular model Shimmy posted these photos in clothes worn in ancient Egypt. In these pictures, she was seen standing in front of the 4700-year-old pyramid Dajoser of Egypt.
Sakkara gets World Heritage Site status
Rumors arose after posting these photos that the model had been arrested for wearing clothes that damaged Egypt’s ancient heritage and violated government regulations. Sakkara was a huge cemetery in ancient Egypt about 3 thousand years ago. It has the status of a World Heritage Site. People were agitated when social media took inflammatory pictures in front of this pyramid. One user said, ‘Is it normal to take pictures like this?’ The police are now investigating the matter. It is also trying to ascertain that the employee who was allowed to be photographed can be identified.