Uganda's ethics and integrity minister says miniskirts should be banned -- because women wearing them distract drivers and cause traffic accidents.
Nsaba Buturo tells a paper that wearing a miniskirt is like walking naked in the streets: "What's wrong with a miniskirt?"
"You can cause an accident because some of our people are weak mentally. If you find a naked person you begin to concentrate on the make-up of that person and yet you are driving."
"These days you hardly know who is a mother from a daughter, they are all naked."
He says wearing a miniskirt should be regarded as "indecent", which would be punishable under Ugandan law.
According to Buturo, indecent dressing is just one of many vices facing Ugandan society.
The others: "Theft and embezzlement of public funds, sub-standard service delivery, greed, infidelity, prostitution, homosexuality and sectarianism."