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WATCH: ‘I’ll wear hijab when you do’ Iranian woman tells man who slapped her

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An Iranian woman was physically and verbally assaulted after a man slapped her for refusing to wear the hijab.

In a video that has been circulated on social media, the woman can be seen responding to the man who was driving his car but, specifically stopped in a parking lot, believed to be in Tehran, to comment or her visible hair.

The man yelled, demanding that she must “obey the rules”, reported the Daily Mail.

Firmly responding to him, the woman said: “I don’t like this veil. I don’t want to obey this rule. It’s my right”, adding that she will only wear it when he wears it.

Shortly, the man stepped out of his car and slapped the woman across the face. He also threatened to call the police on her.The woman was able to capture the assault with her mobile phone.

Drivers who supported the woman can be heard honking on the road. One person even chanted saying “we support the women of the revolution.”

This is yet again one of the many cases where women in Iran face abuse after revolting against the forced headscarf law.