According to Iranian Students Agency(ISNA). A 35 year-old woman Iran who initially denied a case of adultery brought against her by a court in Tehran but then later agreed to the accusations after the prosecutors provided proof to evidence that she committed adultery.
Adultery in Iran rates amongst the highest crime which comes with capital punishment in the cases of multiple offence.
Under Iran’s interpretation of Islamic sharia law in force since it’s ‘s 1979 revolution, adultery is punished by the stoning of convicted adulterers.
A court in Tehran court has sentenced a 35-year-old married woman to 74 to lashes and two years of washing dead bodies in a morgue.
In 2013, Iran amended its internationally condemned law on stoning convicted adulterers to death and now allow judges to impose different punishments as they deem fit
In Islam, it is a requirement for Muslims to be bathed and washed before burial.