Survey finds sexual harassment largely unreported


PETALING JAYA: Over a third of Malaysian women, or 36%, have experienced sexual harassment, compared to one in six men.

The latest survey by YouGov Omnibus found that of those who have faced sexual harassment, only half or 53% reported or told someone of the incident.

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