Monday, March 1, 2010

Committing Oral Sex Is Not Against Malaysian Law

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Committing Oral Sex Is Not Against Malaysian Law


By Admin 

Police have investigated MCA President Chua Soi Lek for oral sex, considered carnal intercourse against the order of nature, based on footage from his sex DVD scandal two years ago. According to news reports, Selangor Criminal Investigation Department chief Hasnan Hassan said that police were investigating the sex DVD under section 377(A) of the Penal Code.

Not only will the police be going after those who circulated the tape, but they may also charge Soi Lek, who if found guilty can be jailed for up to 20 years.
The sex scandal resurfaced on Feb 10, 2009 after a Kelana Jaya resident claimed that an envelope containing the DVD and a letter was placed in his mailbox. The letter instructed the recipient to lodge a police report after watching the video. The video, featured Soi Lek and a woman having sex in a hotel suite.

Upon watching the DVD, the resident realised that the DVD was a pornographic video and proceeded to make the police report. Chua had given a statement at the district police headquarters at Petaling Jaya and told investigators that the video is the same as the one that surfaced previously. In January 2008, the former Labis MP admitted to being the man in a sex video and resigned from all political posts.

It is rather strange that the Police were swift to act against Leader of the Opposition YB Dato Seri Anwar Ibrahim who is charged with sodomy, which by definition is considered as carnal intercourse against the order of nature just like the blow job Tiger Chua got from his lady friend but until now Tiger Chua has yet to be charged. Unlike Tiger Chua's sex DVD scandal, there's not even an iota of evidence to proof that DSAI committed sodomy as claimed by Saiful Bukhari.

The Scribe calls upon the Royal Malaysian Police (PDRM), The Inspector General of Police and the Home Minister to institute criminal proceedings against Chua Soi Lek for committing carnal intercourse against the order of nature. Failing which, it shall be construed that committing carnal intercourse against the order of nature is not against Malaysian law and all those accused and charged of committing carnal intercourse against the order of nature shall have their charges dropped with immediate effect.