Some women were arrested and taken to police stations across the city until they could post bail. The authorities went as far as to fine some of the 'sinners' for their behavior.
Watch: Iran's morality unit hits the streets
Iranians are not always willing to obey cops
Iranian citizens, and especially Iranian women, are not always willing to obey police orders to "improve appearance," causing great conflicts between both sides.
Fine for wearing sandals and putting on nail polish
The morality police unit, consisting of some 70,000 officers, searches through major Iranian cities issuing warnings and reports to citizens.
No hijab? Go to jail
"The police will operate legally when it comes to public figures such as models," said the unit's chief.
Women are arrested until bailed out by family
Ever since Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad
came into power in 2005, police have intensified enforcement against men, women, clothing shops and barber shops which go against the regime's Islamic code.
Watch: Woman arrested in Tabriz for dressing inappropriately
Every year thousands of citizens, and especially woman and adolescents, are arrested during similar campaigns.