Police bust sex and drug party

  • Nation
  • Saturday, 10 Nov 2018

SERDANG: A gang of youths has been using social media and public holidays to promote their sex and drug parties in the Klang Valley these past months.

And for as little as a RM60 cover charge, party-goers can get their hands on an assortment of drugs and alcohol.

But on Deepavali day, police raided a party held in one of the units in a condominium in Seri Kembangan.

At the 3.45am raid, following a tip-off from the public, police detained 45 youths, including nine secondary school students, aged between 14 and 26.

The suspects were either high on drugs or alcohol when police apprehended them.

Police also nabbed the party organisers during the raid and seized several types of drugs inside the premise, including ketamin and ecstasy pills.

Serdang OCPD Asst Comm Ismadi Borhan said 33 of the suspects were tested positive for ganja and methamphetamine.

He said investigations revealed the group had organised multiple sex parties in Klang Valley in past months.

ACP Ismadi said party-goers would have to pay extra if they wanted drugs.

“We believe some of them engaged in sexual activities when they got high.”

Police have remanded all the suspects for four days to facilitate investigations.

He said police investigations also revealed that the organisers paid RM390 to rent the apartment for a night.

He said they are investigating the case for drug possession.

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