This stuff is considered as a crime and prohibited in Iran in 2014, on behalf of the Islamic law in force in Iran since 1979 and forcing women to cover themselves from head to toe.
"Following the release of a vulgar clip that struck chastity of public on the Internet, the police decided to identify those involved in this video," said the police chief of Tehran, Hossein Sajedinia.
The investigation was entrusted to the police and the Ministry of Intelligence, which was "coordinated" with the judicial authority, the official added.
"Three men and three women were arrested" and "confessed their crime," said Hossein Sajedinia.
Arf, Damni, i guess it's the same reason with our "glorious" Jean-Marie le Pen here, when he speaks about Jews, the camps, the gas chambers and others... And he's not the only one, look at what says this other "great man" called
... It's just because politics and justice don't have the courage to make them seriously stop. Here in France, such speaks are systematically called "dérapages" (slippages)... When one doesn't have the courage to call a spade a spade, understatement is used... Then after, one make speeches, one says "never again", the hand on the heart...