Sex tape screening legit says Nazri

By Syed Jaymal Zahiid, Free Malaysia Today

KUALA LUMPUR:  Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Nazri Abdul Aziz said the sex tape screening involving a supposed top opposition leader to members of the media yesterday was legal.

Jokingly describing it as a “blue movie”, Nazri said he saw no violation of the law when a man by the name of “Datuk T” invited top editors and reporters to watch the 21-minute recording.

“What was it that was against the law?” he asked reporters in his office in Parliament here.

Malaysia has a strict set of laws against pornographic materials. Section 292 of the Penal Code prohibits any possession or screening of any form of pornographic materials.

The video, screened at a posh hotel in the city centre yesterday, showed a man that “resembles” PKR de facto and opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim having sex with a foreign looking woman.

Anwar has denied that it was him.