Saudi police finally captured the woman who wore a miniskirt in online video

Saudi Arabians can sleep easy tonight, safe in the knowledge that police have tracked down and arrested a woman for wearing a miniskirt and crop top in direct violation of their dress code for women.

The brazen criminal was seen in a video posted online It created an uproar in a country where women need a "guardian's" permission to travel, work, open a bank account, or take classes.

The above image is from the Saudi news site Okaz, which blurred the woman's exposed skin.

From the New York Times:

In response to calls for the woman's arrest, the Committee for the Promotion of Virtue and the Prevention of Vice wrote on Twitter on Monday that it had "intercepted a clip of a girl in inappropriate clothing" and had opened an investigation with the "relevant authorities."

Saudi law imposes stringent rules on women's appearance and behavior. Saudi women are required to wear a black garment, called an abaya, that covers everything but the face, feet and hands. They must also keep their heads covered, and they are not permitted to drive or to socialize with men who are not related to them.

An unnamed spokesman for the Riyadh police cited by the Saudi online news site Sabq said the woman had told the police that she visited the site in Ushaiager with her legal guardian — a male relative, usually a father or husband, but sometimes a brother or son, who has the legal authority to control a woman's movements — and that the video had been put online without her knowledge.