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by farik zolkepli
PETALING JAYA: Police are investigating claims that sex parties will be held in luxury apartments in four cities on May 4.
The organisers are said to charge male participants an entrance fee of RM300 while it is free for women.
It is believed that no conditions were imposed on male guests. However there was a stipulation that the women participants should not be too fat.
It is learnt that the exact location of the parties would only be disclosed once payment had been received by the organisers.
The organisers allegedly sent out invitations via text messages for the parties planned to be held in Kuala Lumpur, George Town, Ipoh and Johor Baru.
Federal Secret Societies, Gambling and Vice Division principal assistant director Senior Asst Comm Roslee Chik said police would work with the Malaysian Communication and Multimedia Commission to investigate the matter.
“If it is true, we will track down the organisers.
“Action will be taken as they are organising a sex romp, clearly against our culture and values,” he said when contacted.
“The police will never allow such parties to take place in the country.”
In their text messages, the organisers claimed that each venue would be at a high-end apartment complex and that enforcement officers would not able to gain entry into the premises.
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