Saudi authorities have detained an Egyptian hotel worker who filmed himself eating breakfast and joking with a female colleague. In this video, the pair could be seen eating breakfast together at a table.
The arrest has divided opinion, with many Saudis on social media were highly critical of both the man and the woman.
The ministry has also summoned the owner of the hotel "for failing to adhere to spatial controls for employing women", the statement added.
The latest reportedly showed two Saudi females working in a garment store, with one discarding her abaya. That is, at least when compared to a lovely parcel of oil wonderland named Saudi Arabia where women can not even show their faces in public.
Women must sit separately from single men in these places.
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Meanwhile, it also remains unclear if the Egyptian employee has been charged with anything yet or if the woman seen in the video still has a job at the company.
After the video went viral and sparked a torrent of criticism from conservatives, thousands of social media users took to Twitter to defend the Egyptian man, with the Arabic hashtag Egyptian having breakfast with a Saudi woman becoming a trending topic in the kingdom. If convicted he faces up to several years in jail.
The arrest is at odds with the much-touted reform efforts of Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman - known nearly universally as MBS - which seemed to be progressing with the Kingdom's lifting of a ban on women driving, but took a U-turn with the May arrest of at least 11 women activists.
They are not allowed to carry out most activities without being accompanied by their male guardians, usually a father or husband, but possibly a brother or a son.
While another Egyptian user, Sonia, called it a result of "fragile egos" amongst Saudi men.