A Saudi Arabian man who went on an Arabic television talk show to boast about his sex life has been arrested.
The man, named as Mazen Abdul Jawad, prompted more than 200 complaints from Saudi viewers.
He was arrested for "publicising vice", police said, after he spoke about his experiences and displayed sex toys and a sex guide at his home in Jeddah.
Mr Abdul Jawad had publicly apologised, saying producers at the TV station had tricked him into some of his accounts.
During the show on Lebanon's LBC, the father-of-four told how he first had sex with a neighbour when he was 14.
He also described how he used the Bluetooth function on his mobile phone to pick up women in the kingdom.
A police spokesman in Jeddah said Mr Abdul Jawad's appearance had violated Saudi Arabia's Islamic sharia law code and was against Saudi customs.
He was detained at his apartment at the Red Sea port city before being fingerprinted and turned over to criminal investigators, according to media reports.