For only 15 bucks, you too can be a "virgin" again.
A product that simulates virginity is causing an uproar in Egypt. The device, used to fool men on their wedding night by simulating "proof" of their new bride's "purity," is being sold in several countries in the Middle East. The product is no joke. In some cultures, there is a heavy stigma for women who participate in premarital sex.
Here's how it works: The device is inserted into the vagina and emits a small amount of fake blood when "triggered." For women who don't have the money to shell out for the popular and illegal hymen-repair surgery, the $15 contraption is a safer and cheaper alternative.
The product is currently being targeted by Egyptian scholar Abdul Mouti Bayoumi, who believes anyone caught importing the controversial device should be put to death for "spreading vice."