Club apologises for 'Thai Hot Guy' event

PETALING JAYA: Privacy Club Tun Razak, which is behind the controversial “Thai Hot Guy” event, has issued a public apology over the event on Wednesday (March 22).

The apology came after it cancelled the event following a warning from the police against going ahead.

In a statement posted on its Facebook page, it said it respected the religious sensitivities in the country and would not violate the law.

It also disavowed all promotional material for the event that had been distributed online previously, saying it was done without its consent.

“We once again apologise for any inconvenience caused and, on the grounds (of) respecting racial and religious sensitivities, the programme has been cancelled,” it said.

The statement was posted in Malay, English and Chinese.

At least 60 police reports were lodged over the event that would have featured waiters clad in lingerie from a popular Bangkok restaurant.

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