Buraidah's Got Talent contestants are also not allowed to sing or dance, with men only able to show off their skills in religious chanting, poetry or sporting prowess in relation to the Koran and Allah.
The official spin-off Arabs Got Talent is seen by millions in the Arab world, and is broadcast on the Dubai-based TV channel MBC4.
The Buraidah version is held in an outside arena, with a poet and TV producer serving as judges, according to The Sun.
The show is reportedly organised by the strict Wahhabism branch of the Islam religion.
Simon Cowell is said to have been unaware of the new spinoff. A spokesperson said: "This programme has nothing to do with Syco or Simon."
The Got Talent franchise has been sold to 39 countries around the globe since the pilot of Britain's Got Talent was made in 2005, followed by the first season of America's Got Talent a year later.