Sex video shocker

The release of a video recording of a man resembling an opposition party leader having sex with a foreign prostitute has shocked the nation in the latest scandal to rock the country.
Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim, speaking at a press conference at 5.30pm – some four hours after news of the recording’s existence first got out – denied that he was the man and dismissed the whole thing as a political ploy.
Anwar gesturing during a press conference at the PKR headquarters in Petaling Jaya to counter claims about a sex video. — ROHAIZAT MD DARUS / The Star
A mysterious Malay man, who identified himself as “Datuk T”, released the video at Carcosa Seri Negara. Invited newsmen were shown the almost 22-minute video under much secrecy and security.

“Datuk T” gave the politician and his wife a week to quit politics and threatened to make public the video through some NGOs if they did not.
The revelation of the tape also overshadowed other events and even rendered the Parliament debates tame as both sides of the divide digested the latest scandal.

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