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Muslim teenagers convicted of criminal damage after spraying burkas onto scantily-clad models in Lynx poster
Two Muslim teenagers have admitted drawing burkas on advertisements of scantily-clad women because they offended their religious views.
In one incident, Mohammed Hasnath and Muhammed Tahir, both 18, used black paint to draw the traditional headdress over a model in a poster for Lynx deodorant.
The vandals said it was a 'sin' for the woman to remain uncovered and they were 'just trying to do good'.
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