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“You know you’re getting serious if you’re on Snapchat,” said Dima, 19, a university student in Riyadh, the capital.
At the food court of a popular mall in the capital, she donned the hair-concealing garment required of women here as she described juggling three men whom she met recently on Twitter and Instagram.
But social-media networks offer far more opportunities and greater anonymity.
If caught engaging in unsanctioned romance, people — especially women — face social stigma and harsh punishment from families.
They must also contend with religious police, who monitor not only malls and coffeehouses but also online forums.
“They’re getting crazier and crazier,” said Turki, 35, an employee at a government ministry who accused the religious police of using a woman to set him up on social media.
Despite being married, he began flirting with the mysterious woman on Snapchat a year ago and was later detained by the police after attempting to meet her, he said.