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35 detained by PDRM for attending a Doctor’s Wild Drug-Fueled Sex Party

News35 detained by PDRM for attending a Doctor's Wild Drug-Fueled Sex Party

The Full Movement Control Order (FMCO) prohibits the public from attending social events, however, there were many who did not abide to the SOP and carry on with their plans.

On Friday (11 June), 35 individuals were caught attending a birthday party of a doctor at a luxury residence along Jalan Conlay, Kuala Lumpur.

As reported by The Star, Kuala Lumpur deputy CID, chief Asst Comm Nasri Mansor said that the Royal Malaysia Police (PDRM) conducted a raid at about 11 p.m. on Friday after they received complaints from the public after the loud music disturbed them.

He said they conducted 2 raids simultaneously on the four rooms located at 12th and 14th floor of the residence.

Source: The Star

Among the 35 detained, there were 19 local men, 8 local women, 5 Vietnamese women, a Thai woman and 2 male Chinese citizens.

“Not only were they dazed after drinking drug-laced drinks, but some of them were also gambling and having casual sex,” he said after the raid.

Nasri said that the PDRM confiscated 20 Ribena bottles, which were believed infused with drugs, 3 boxes of condoms, a deck of playing cards, a bowl filled with dices, an audio system and a disco lamp.

He added that the initial investigations revealed that the units were booked for 2 nights from Friday evening until Sunday, just for the party. The participants were said to be between 21 and 35 year-old too.

Source: The Star
Source: The Star
Source: The Star

The case will be investigated under Section 372B of the Penal Code for being involved with prostitution activities, Section 39B of the Dangerous Drug Act and Section 4(1) of the Entertainment Act and the Immigration Act too.

Nevertheless, compounds were issued to them for violating the SOP.

Nasri said that the PDRM will continue to track down any gathering of immoral activities and they welcome the public to provide any information that they have at the KL police hotline at 03-2115 9999.

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