ISIS morality police attacked a young Syrian woman dressed in a full burkha and face veil – because they thought her eyes were too exposed.
An NGO reported said the woman was arrested in Albuhamal, in the east of the country, along with two men who tried to protect her.
The charity also claimed women living in Mosul who offended the militant group’s strict dress code were being beaten by iron rods.
Women living in ISIS-controlled territory in Syria and Iraq are made to follow strict rules.
The Guardian has reported the group demands women wear double-layered veils, loose abayas and gloves.
They are also made to go everywhere with a male guardian.