The Saudi boy, known online as Abu Sin, faces years behind bars after he was arrested for his behaviour in videos exchanged with Christina Crockett on popular live-streaming site You Now.
Riyadh spokesman Colonel Fawaz Al-Mayman said the 19-year-old was arrested for his "unethical behaviour".
If you need to go anywhere else, however, you'll have to get a driver because women are banned from driving.
It's thought it may cause women to leave their houses more often than they need to - possibly for uncouth reasons.
Many SAs take the short trip to Bahrain to watch movies.
Banned: Learning a musical instrument at school The piano always looks good on a person's CV but if you want to learn as a child it has to be private tutorials.
In fact, it's against the law for non-Muslims to worship in public - and you won't find a Church in the whole country.
Did you know it's not okay to take pictures of people on the street in Saudi Arabia?
She said: “I guested this kid – I don’t know what he’s saying because I don’t speak Arabic, [but] everyone thought he was really funny, and everyone liked him, and I guess this video went viral.“He didn’t speak much English, so I was trying to get him to understand what I was saying most of the time; it wasn’t that good communication.“He was dancing and being funny, we would both dance on there because we can’t communicate with words.
It was pretty funny.”Ms Crockett, who has a boyfriend, described the situation as "totally crazy and unfair" but that she did not feel responsible as she had "no control over it".
Banned: Driving, only if you're a woman Fancy a drive as a woman?
Sure thing - as long as it's in the desert or inside private compounds, you're all good.
The language barrier between the pair was apparent but interaction between them was a hit with viewers.