Indonesian's religious affairs minister, Suryadharma Ali, has proposed a ban on miniskirts - believing them to be pornographic. Ali was hired this month to head up the anti-pornography campaign Task Force and is calling for public input as to what constitutes a "porn crime".
"We still haven't established criteria, but we know pornography when see it," Mr Ali said, according to the Wall Street Journal. "There should be general criteria, for example skirts worn by women must flow past the knees."
This isn't the first time miniskirts have been a subject of debate in the country - earlier this month, Indonesia's House of Representatives speaker, Marzuki Alie, suggested female staff should stop wearing short skirts. He argued that the item could lead to rape.
"We know that there have been a series of rapes and other immoral acts recently," he said. "Those things happened because women don't dress decently, prompting men to do things. You know what men are like - provocative clothing will make them do things.''