Egyptian singer Sama El Masry celebrated Egyptian Valentine's Day, which falls on November 4, in a strange and exciting way.
Instead of distributing roses on this occasion, Masri distributed to the citizens in Nile Corniche, a potato with posters of hearts of love, wearing a mantle of red that symbolizes love.
According to the Egyptian artist, the idea of potato distribution was due to high prices in the markets. "People need more potatoes than roses on Valentine's Day, and I worked like them in the street," she said.
This comes as the Egyptian street is witnessing a crisis in potato products after the prices have gone crazy during the last period from 5 pounds to 15 pounds.