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Man in alleged Malaysian minister gay sex video confesses, names minister

Mr Muhammad Haziq Abdul Aziz also named the minister and said he was not fit to be a leader.PHOTO: HAZIQ AZIZ/FACEBOOK. Sketched by the Pan Pacific Agency.

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PETALING JAYA, Jun 12, 2019, The Star / Asia News Network. A senior Malaysian government official has confessed that a gay sex video that has been widely shared online featured himself and a Cabinet minister, reported The Straits Times.

Mr Muhammad Haziq Abdul Aziz, the senior private secretary to the deputy minister of primary industries and commodities, Datuk Seri Shamsul Iskandar Mohd Akin, named the minister and said he was not fit to be a leader.

“I, Haziq Haziz, (am) making a sworn confession that I am the individual with (the minister) in the video which was widely shared online yesterday.”

“The video was taken without my permission on May 11 during the Sandakan by-election in (his) room at Hotel Four Points.”

“I urge the MACC (Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission) to investigate (him) for corruption. He is not an individual who is qualified to be a leader,” Mr Haziq, 27, said in a video on his Facebook page early Wednesday morning (June 12).

Video clips and several lewd photos of two men began spreading via WhatsApp early this week.

One of the men, who appeared to be engaging in sexual acts, resembles a Cabinet minister. Section 377 of the Malaysian Penal Code criminalises the act of sodomy but has not been used to prosecute homosexual couples.

The Syariah laws of each state, on the other hand, criminalise homosexuality and are applicable to all Muslims.

Umno supreme council member Lokman Noor Adam has lodged a police report over the matter, saying: “I want the police to investigate the authenticity of the videos, who has been spreading the videos, and also the ‘actors’ involved.”

He added that their “acting was not very good”.

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