Kuala Lumpur - Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak denies claims that police engaged in a sex scene recording of a man like the local leading opposition figure.
"I want to confirm what Hishammuddin said the police were not involved in the alleged sex video recording of it," he said in a Twitter account last night, referring to the Home Affairs Minister Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Hussein. Thus was launched the media of Malaysia, The Star, Tuesday (03/22/2011).
Earlier, Hishammuddin said that the video had been watched by a number of journalists were not in the hands of the police.
He added that unless the case is reported to the police, the police will not investigate.
"We can not begin an investigation until there is a police report on the matter. Similarly, police are not involved at all in making the alleged video," he said, adding that the public should not just play the blame game over the case.
"If it is true that a top opposition politician involved in the video and then let the people be the judge whether he is a good leader and the right to lead people," he added.
When asked whether he had seen the video, Hishammuddin said he did not and do not want to see it.
Male sex video similar opposition politicians were recorded on 21 February. Video describing intercourse with a woman a man suspected of foreign prostitutes, housed in a hotel room.
Anwar Ibrahim, Malaysia's opposition leader, said he was told that the man in the video that looked like him except that his stomach is distended. He denied the man in the video that is himself. When the alleged incident (21 February), he was with the staff and their families