The question “How Should Middle Eastern Women Dress in Public” posed by the University of Michigan  is attracting hilarious spoofs online. The content is so rich that an additional post to our first one  was necessary.
When Washington Post Max Fisher shared  the original image on Twitter, he wasn't expecting this response by WSJ blogger Tom Gara:
— Max Fisher (@Max_Fisher) January 9, 2014 
But the spoof that got the most attention was undoubtedly Karl Sharro's of KarlreMarks:
An Arab university ran this fascinating poll about what is most appropriate for American women to wear in public. pic.twitter.com/uIta80i1f8 
— Karl Sharro (@KarlreMarks) January 9, 2014 
Interviewed on PRI , he explained his motivation:
“It's almost like putting Muslim women on a scale from 1 to 6, from being fully covered to not being covered at all, which I think is pretty absurd.”