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Seputeh MP Teresa Kok did not go against the law when she showed the MPs the video clip of a woman doing ear squats in the nude.
The issue of Malaysia Airlines stewardesses getting a raw deal became the topic of contention among four female MPs.
Three of the four Chinese women alleged to have been mistreated by police in Petaling Jaya returned to the district police headquarters to re-enact the incident.
A SECOND bid by the Opposition to debate what they termed the I>gadis lokap/I(lock-up girl) controversy failed when Speaker Tan Sri Ramli Ngah Talib ruled that the issue was of no urgency.
SPEAKER Tan Sri Ramli Ngah Talib rejected an Opposition request to sidestep House rules to allow an emergency motion about a police detainee having to do ear squats in the nude.
An independent body will be set up immediately to investigate the recent case of a woman, believed to be a Chinese national, ordered to perform ear squats in the nude in a police lockup.
Malaysians from all walks of life are dismayed that the police seem more interested to uncover the person who took the controversial video clip of a naked Chinese woman doing ear squats, rather than investigating the way the woman was treated and humiliated before a policewoman.
Malaysia has given an assurance that there is no policy against Chinese visitors to the country.
The sight of Minister in the Prime Minister's Department Datuk Seri Nazri Aziz and Opposition Leader Lim Kit Siang sitting side by side and agreeing with each other at press conferences is quite unusual.
The Government is willing to provide protection to the naked woman doing ear squats in the controversial video clip in a bid to get her to come forward and give evidence.