Johor Islamic authority to lodge police report over sex party poster

JOHOR BARU: The Johor Islamic Religious Department (JAINJ) will be lodging a police report following the case of a sex party invitation poster which has gone viral on social media.

Johor Islamic Religious Affairs committee chairman Mohd Fared Mohd Khalid the department was still investigating the matter.

“We received a report on the incident on Wednesday (May 23) night, so the investigations started on Thursday (May 24)," he said.

“We also would like the cooperation of the public to help channel information to the department on such immoral activities,” he added when contacted.

Mohd Fared added that the department would also be working together with the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) to track down the person who posted the invitation.

“We are in the midst of finalising the report (from JAINJ), so once we complete the matter, we will hand it over to the police,” he added.

Earlier, a poster titled "Gang Bang JB Party" was posted on Twitter, showing the schedule of a sex party to be held on June 20 from 4pm to 9pm.

The event is said to be open to people of all races who are "disease and drug-free".

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