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Malaysian Police Arrest 26 At New Year 'sex Party'

2 Jan

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysian police arrested a female newsreader, an actress and 24 other revellers at a New Year’s Eve “sex and drugs” party at a Kuala Lumpur hotel, reports said Friday.

The two high-profile women and seven others tested positive for drugs, police said, according to The New Straits Times, which reported that condoms, beer cans and half-eaten pizza were found strewn around the hotel room.

“When police arrived, many of the party goers were already high on drugs,” The Star newspaper quoted an unnamed source as saying, adding that various illegal substances, including cocaine, ketamine and amphetamines were seized.

It said that the party was organised through the social networking website Friendster.

Police acting on a tip-off raided the gathering at a downtown Kuala Lumpur hotel in the early hours of New Year’s Day.

The raid came after rumours that a New Year’s Eve sex party was being planned on a remote beach in southern Malaysia.

Tourism Minister Azalina Othman condemned the beach party as “against our culture and religion” and potentially damaging to the reputation of majority-Muslim Malaysia.

Police warned that the “no-underwear” event for the under-40s, advertised through a website that asked for 250 ringgit (US$72) as an entrance fee, could be a money-making scam.

Party organisers had reportedly said that male guests were banned from wearing briefs to the event, while women were permitted to wear only G-string underwear which had to be removed after midnight.

– AFP/yb

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Malaysian Authorities Condemn Rumoured 'sex Party'

30 Dec

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysian authorities have condemned rumoured plans for a New Year’s Eve sex party at a remote beach, while police warned the “no-underwear” event could be a con job.

Newspaper reports said the party for the under-40s, to be held in southern Johor state bordering Singapore, was being advertised through a website that asked for 250 ringgit (72 dollars) as an entrance fee.

“A sex party is against our culture and religion and if it went on, it would damage the country’s reputation worldwide,” Tourism Minister Azalina Othman said according to the New Straits Times newspaper on Tuesday.

“There are other events organised to usher the New Year which are hip, fun and suitable to our culture.”

Party organisers had reportedly said that male guests were banned from wearing briefs to the event, while women were only permitted to wear G-string underwear which had to be removed after midnight.

Johor criminal investigation department chief Amer Awal warned that the sex party was likely to be a fraud designed to cheat potential partygoers out of the ticket price.

“The idea of organising such a party is far-fetched but the state Religious Department and local councils have all been informed,” he told the New Straits Times, adding that authorities would be on alert.

– AFP/so

Channel News Asia