CAIRO (AP) -- An Egyptian court has sentenced three people involved in a racy music video to one year in prison with labor for "inciting debauchery."
The music video, titled "Hands Off," contains scantily-clad dancing and shaking but no nudity. Reda al-Fouly, the woman dancing in the low-budget video, was arrested last month along with the clip's cameraman after it went viral on social media.
Wael el-Sekedi, the third person sentenced in the case, is believed to have fled the country after some social media users called the video scandalous, according to the prosecutor.
The three were sentenced on Sunday.
The original clip on YouTube has been viewed nearly 1.9 million times.