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Malaysian Youths Violate ‘Rukun Negara’, Fined RM1.5k for Stripping in Broad Daylight

28 Malaysians Fined RM1.5k for Playing 'Stripping Game' in Broad Daylight - World Of Buzz 1
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28 Malaysians were charged with indecency and fined RM1,500 in default one month’s jail time for playing a ‘stripping game’ at a resort in Bentong.

The youths were playing a game called ‘All Out’, which requires players to create a line using whatever they have on their bodies.

This resulted in them having to remove all their clothes until they were completely nude in broad daylight.

According to The Sun, the incident took place earlier this year, but the 28 Malaysian youths just recently received their sentences yesterday (17th May). The youths were charged under Section 294 (a) of the Penal Code with public nudity.

What makes the incident even more bizarre was that they played this indecent game while at a motivational camp organised by a private company!



28 Malaysians Caught Playing 'Stripping Game', Told They Violated the Rukun Negara - World Of Buzz 1

Source: The Sun

The youths who took part in the game, including five of the camp’s organisers, all pleaded guilty. The organisers were fined RM3,000 each and were also sentenced to one month in jail under Section 109 of the same act for abetting the crime.

During their court hearing, the prosecutor asked the court to sentence a harsher penalty.

The prosecutor said they disrespected and violated the principles of Malaysia’s Rukun Negara from the perspective of morality and good behaviour, and distressing women and children.

Let’s hope they’ve learnt their lesson after all this!

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