OFW 'Wanted in Saudi' for Posting Sexy Photos on Facebook

Authorities in Saudi are reportedly looking for a female Overseas Filipino Worker who posted sexy photos on a Facebook page for OFWs.

A screenshot of the letter dated October 15, 2014 from the Ministry of Interior to the Committee for the Command of Virtue and the Prevention of Vice, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, was shared by a certain Daisy Quezon San Miguel.

Saudi Ministry of Interior Letter RE: OFWs Sexy Photos on Facebook Group
OFW 'Wanted in Saudi' for Posting Sexy Photos on Facebook

A copy of said letter was furnished to the Embassy of the Philippines in Riyadh, which reads:

Dear Sir,

Please investigate the following facebook group including their admins which majority of them are here employed in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. I observed that they are posting topics and pictures which are prohibited in the Sharia Law of the kingdom. I have screenshot and saved the pictures of the members specially the admins of these groups since they are tolerating this one happening inside the kingdom. Attached are 7 pages of the screenshot pictures as evidence.

1. SAUDI ARABIA in ang mga PASAWAY (hunk AND sexy filipinos)
2. meet pinay pinoy in saudi arabia

Apparently, the accounts of the aforementioned Facebook groups have been deactivated.

In her status message, San Miguel said Saudi's Ministry of Interior already warned OFWs against posting obscene photos and videos online.

The netizen attached four photos of a matured-looking Filipina, who posed sexy for the camera. According to San Miguel, the woman is now a subject of a manhunt.

She urged fellow OFWs in Saudi to refrain from posting lewd images on Facebook.

Meanwhile, one of our tipsters identified the woman as alias "Pretty Charmz." Her Facebook account indicates that she's a "cook/servant" who comes from Zamboanga City, Philippines.

She is said to be a widow and apparently the same person who gyrated in the viral "Careless Whisper" video.

A Facebook page claims that everything is just a "case study." Click here for the relevant story.