Right or wrong? Be the judge: 2 women arrested for kissing passionately at a church event in Brazil (WATCH)


Joana Palhares, 18, and Yunka Mihura, 20, could not hide their love at the evangelical event.

Two young women had to kiss their right to locking lips goodbye when making out landed them in jail.

A Brazilian congressman and pastor halted an evangelical event in mid-September to order the arrest of both women for their lesbian love.

“Those two girls have to leave here handcuffed” said Pastor Marco Feliciano as he paused his presentation at Glorifica Litoral in São Sebastião, Brazil. “No use trying to run; guards are headed there now. This here isn’t a place where anything goes. It’s the house of God.”

Feliciano, who is also president of the House Commission for Human Rights and Minorities, continued to condemn the women to the festival’s crowd of 70,000 as guards removed them from the event.

Pastor Marco Feliciano was not pleased with the public display of affection and shamed the young women.

Joana Palhares, 18, and Yunka Mihura, 20, were taken to a police station where they say cops sexually assaulted them, Public Radio International reported.

Palhares and Mihura said that they kissed several times before they got in trouble and nobody seemed offended but — more importantly — the event was in a public space funded by taxpayer money.

“That stage, that microphone, everything was with public money,” Mihura said. “It was also an open space, on Beach Street. It was our right to be there.”

The women’s lawyer, Daniel Galani, said that the situation escalated out of control.

“We know there are two rights in conflict,” he said. “One is the freedom of expression and the other the freedom of religious practice. The two rights are constitutional and are prescribed so that people can make use of them.”

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Read more: Daily Mail

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