Rampant sale of porn VCDs bemoaned


  • Nation
  • Wednesday, 16 Apr 2003

THE sale of pornographic VCDs in the cities is widespread and uncontrolled, according to a reader who wrote in to Utusan Malaysia

Relating his experience in Ampang, Selangor, on April 12, he said he came across a VCD which showed a naked woman on its cover with the title The Extreme Life of an Air Steward

The reader said he was walking to his car after a snack when he passed by a VCD stall which was openly displaying pornographic VCDs. 

“When I perused that VCD, I recognised the woman as a once-popular singer in the 1980s. I do not know if it was an authentic picture or if it had been altered using computer technology.” 

“According to the trader, the VCD was hugely popular among Malay buyers, especially the youths.” 

The 80-minute VCD was being sold at RM10. 

The reader, who signed off as “Concerned Muslim” of Kajang, questioned how such traders seemed to be completely unafraid of the police. 

Berita Harian reported the case of a 63-year-old traditional masseuse who was forced by a male client to perform oral sex on him. She alleged that he raped her later. 

Apparently, the 50-year-old man had gone to see to her in her house in Kuala Ketil, Baling, at 1pm on Monday because he needed to improve his libido. 

Baling Asst OCPD Deputy Supt Mohd Shukri Awang said the man had gone to the house, purportedly for a massage. 

However, he acted violently, dragging the victim and forcing her to perform oral sex. Then he raped the woman, he said.  

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