Indonesia LGBT More People drive a motorcycle past a banner put up by the hardline Islamic Defenders Front calling for gay people to leave the Cigondewah Kaler area in Bandung, Indonesia West Java province, January 27, 2016 in this photo taken by Antara Foto. Indonesia's third-largest city has ordered a hardline Muslim group to take down "provocative" banners targeting the gay community and calling for them to leave, officials said on Friday. The banner reads, "Lesbian and Gay banned in our area". Picture taken January 27, 2016. REUTERS/Agus Bebeng/Antara Foto REUTERS/Agus Bebeng/Antara Foto Human Rights Watch (HRW) called on Indonesia to release the men who were detained last month after vigilantes reported them to religious police for allegedly engaging in gay sex. "These men had their privacy invaded in a frightening and humiliating manner and now face public torture for the 'crime' of their alleged sexual orientation," HRW's Phelim Kine said in a statement. Don't miss: Ohio Triple Murder Suspect Jumps to His Death From Courthouse Balcony "Indonesian authorities should immediately and unconditionally release the two men." In 2014, Aceh enacted a law that punishes anybody caught engaging in consensual gay sex with 100 lashes, 100 months in jail or a fine of 1,000 grams of gold. It also sets out punishment for sex crimes, unmarried people engaging in displays of affection, adulterous relationships and underage sex. Most popular: Turkeys Erdogan Accuses West of Campaigning Against Him in Referendum Authorities in the province on the northern tip of Sumatra island caned 339 people in 2016 for a range of crimes, according to HRW.
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