Woman horrified to see her sex video clips online

Compiled by Sira Habibu, C. Aruno and R. Aravinthan

A WOMAN was shocked to find video clips of her intimate moments with her partner being shared on social media platforms although she had deleted all the files before selling her mobile phone last year, Harian Metro reported.

The woman, known only as Anna, begged the stranger who had uploaded the videos to retract them.

She found out that it was possible to restore deleted files and recordings even after reformatting the devices, and that such retrieved contents were being sold at RM200 to those seeking pornographic materials.

Anna was lucky because the stranger acceded to her appeal and removed the video clips from his social media account.

A colleague alerted her to the video clips.

> Sinar Harian highlighted several cases of body shaming.

A health and safety supervisor taught his three-year-old daughter to say “fat is awesome” in response to those body shaming her.

Syarizal Kamal Azmi, 34, said he did not want his daughter to grow up feeling inferior every time people mocked her appearance.

“I wonder where young children learn to use such words (to ridicule others), ” he was quoted as saying.

In another case, a big-sized man became depressed and reclusive after a seemingly “hilarious” photograph of him riding a motorcycle went viral.

His sister, known only as Amira, said her brother became quiet and kept to himself after he became the victim of netizens’ jokes.

Artiste Hanifah Md Hanafiah, 33, who is known as Black, said bullies were also targeting him because of his dark skin.

“People know I am Black and dark-skinned. I am used to hearing people tell me I am dark ever since I joined the entertainment industry (in 2009), ” he said.

Penang mufti Datuk Seri Dr Wan Salim Wan Mohd Noor said body shaming was forbidden in Islam as it was akin to mocking God’s creation.

Calling out those who ridiculed and looked down on others, Wan Salim reminded them that the Prophet had said that arrogant people would not go to heaven.

“Don’t mock others’ appearance or behaviour. We should reflect on our own shortcomings and rectify them instead of ridiculing those perceived as being at a disadvantage, ” he said.

The above articles are compiled from the vernacular newspapers (Bahasa Malaysia, Chinese and Tamil dailies). As such, stories are grouped according to the respective language/medium. Where a paragraph begins with a >, it denotes a separate news item.

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