“Most of them have fathers who are untouchable,” Sara, an IT consultant in Tehran, told the Times.
In light of her former job situation, she found the idea of being naked, but untouchable, appealing.
But even the untouchable Breaking Bad had its fair share of forced narrative devices.
1560s, "immaterial," from un- (1) "not" + touchable (see touch (v.)). Meaning "that legally cannot be interfered with" is recorded from 1734. Meaning "too loathsome or defiling to be touched" is recorded from 1873. The noun, in reference to a hereditary low caste of India, is attested from 1909; the term and the restrictions were made illegal in India in 1947.