The Jordanian street lives in great anger after a sex tape has found its way to social media.
The incident is being circulated in the media as the 'Ford Fusion Scandal'. The video saw a man and a woman engaged in some sexual behaviors in daylight at one of the capital's most lively streets.
The topic has become the most trending news in Jordan with many Jordanians commenting onit, including Jordanian presenter Moath Omari.
On Facebook, Diana Karazon's husband wrote: "May God expose any bastard who exposes a girl under any circumstance."
Although Moath's words were heroic, he was heavily attacked and criticized by followers.
Most of the comments on Omari's post stated that he now exposed the incident even more by talking about it, adding that many Jordanians didn't know about it and now they know because of Moath.
Others advised the presenter to delete the post to save his face, while others accused him of seeking fame using the videothe video.
Moath Omari was also reminded of his scandal with Palestinian activist Ahlam Al-Tamami when he hung up the phone on her, which led to a nation wide campaign prompting Radio Melody to suspend his show.
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