Ahmad Faizal slams actions of woman in comedy club video, urges youths to steer clear of bad influences

IPOH: The Youth and Sports Ministry condemns the actions of a woman who took off her headscarf and baju kurung on stage at a Kuala Lumpur comedy club, says Datuk Seri Ahmad Faizal Azumu.

The minister said taking off one's clothes in such a manner was already bad enough, what more after affirming that she was Muslim before proceeding to disrobe in public.

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“This is not the action of a human. Because if you are human, there will be some form of (modesty)," he said at the Perikatan Nasional state-level Kenduri Aidiladha in Manjoi, Perak here on Monday (July 11).

He had been asked to comment on the implications of the woman’s actions on the youth.

In the 54-second video clip of a recent skit at the club which went viral on social media, a woman wearing a headscarf and baju kurung claimed that she had memorised 15 juz of the Quran and then took off her headscarf and clothes on stage, revealing a low-cut top and short skirt underneath.

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Ahmad Faizal hoped that the woman would repent, as she should not insult her own religion.

He advised the youth to not get angry or riot, but to educate and improve themselves.

“Stay away from such negative situations, and only get influenced by positive and practical traits,” he added.

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