Facebook suspends user for posting historical photos of topless Indonesian women Share this on hybridnewshanis A few of the photos featured in "The Culture of Real Indonesian Women" photo album. Last Saturday, the Puteri Indonesia pageant was broadcast on local channel Indosiar, but viewers were puzzled when they saw that television censors were blurring out the chests and legs of some contestants who were wearing the traditional Indonesian kebaya, considered a national costume. This led Dea Basori, 23, to question the censors. Indonesia backpedals on plan to block Tumblr The pictures were mostly black and white images of Indonesian women throughout history, dressed in traditional attire. Many of the women in the photos were topless or bared their nipples. We see men freely posting photos of their bare chests or going topless in advertisements.
Share this article Share Initially he tried to comfort himself with the thought that they would have been on the afternoon flight, because Wita had told him the night before that she planned to go shopping in Jakarta that morning. But when details of the plane's passenger manifest arrived via Whatsapp, he saw their names listed. Gerian jumped on the first available flight to Jakarta, taking only his mobile phone, and has been hunting for news of his relatives ever since. Passengers told how the aircraft had to be taken back to the gate after an 'unusual roar' from one of the engines, before it seemed to be losing power on take-off.