Saudi authorities discovered what could be the conservative Gulf kingdom’s largest lesbian ring involving more than 4,000 girls and run by one woman using her computer skills to set up the massive network, a newspaper reported on Saturday.
Police identified the ring leader as a local woman living in the southern Saudi town of Abha and said she had managed to set up a lesbian network confined first to women in the city before spreading her activity to all parts of the kingdom.
Quoted by the Arabic language daily Sada, police said ring members succeeded in hunting many teenage girls and pushing them to indulge in lesbian acts.
“They were setting up personal relations with these girls through the organisation of social activities before seducing them into those obscene acts,” a police source said.
The paper did not make clear whether police arrested that woman or other ring members.