Sabah quake: Nudist dismisses local culture as superstition


A screengrab from Emil Kaminski's Facebook posting.

PETALING JAYA: A Canadian national claiming to be one of the nudists that posed for photographs on Mount Kinabalu, calls the experience the "time of my life" and is brushing off Kadazan Dusun legend as "superstition".

"It is not based in logic, but superstition. I utterly do not care for superstition," said travel blog Monkeetime founder Emil Kaminski on his Facebook page.

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