Tourists temporarily barred from visiting Kota Kinabalu's City Mosque

  • Nation
  • Sunday, 24 Jun 2018

KOTA KINABALU: Tourists have been temporarily barred from visiting the iconic City Mosque here following a viral video of two women acting inappropriately here, said mosque chairman Datuk Jamal Sakaran.

Jamal Sakaran said the video of the two women dancing on top of the fence in front of the mosque was regrettable as tourists have been briefed on the do’s and don’ts of visiting the mosque.

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