On 14 June 2013, Kenya’s High Court upheld Batha Nthungi’s petition filed a year earlier, in which she declared that being stripped and physically assaulted by the Kenyan Police violated her human rights (A.N.N v Attorney General). The Court agreed that the stripping of her in the glare of the media was meant to humiliate her, and deny her of her dignity and ruled that she be awarded USD 2,000. The Court further prescribed proper procedure for the future arrest of accused trans persons.