A popular TV show in Turkey was fined 410,000 liras ($177,293.9) after the country’s media watchdog described one of its episodes as “immoral” and “ruining family values,” Hurriyet Daily News reported Saturday.
Turkey’s media watchdog fines popular show for ‘immorality’
A male contestant is seen dancing with another woman other than his wife or girlfriend in this YouTube grab picture.
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