Pe­nan­gites in­trigued by mys­tery video clip

New Straits Times - - Opinion - au­ The writer is NST's Pe­nang bureau chief. She en­joys the sun, the sea and the sand, from which she draws her in­spi­ra­tion

The first video, about 15 sec­onds, showed a young man clad in a plain T-shirt in a dimly-lit club while an uniden­ti­fied woman danced close to him. His ex­pres­sion was stoic.

Un­like the first video clip, the sec­ond one, about 12 sec­onds, showed more of the uniden­ti­fied woman. The same man and the woman, clad in a dress, were filmed from a side an­gle and could be seen hug­ging as they were gy­rat­ing to the mu­sic.

The man in the video clip is said to be a DAP mem­ber of par­lia­ment, while the woman, also a DAP mem­ber, had once stood as a can­di­date in a by-elec­tion.

Pe­nan­gites want to know why no po­lice re­port had been lodged on the mat­ter, since the state gov­ern­ment and DAP lead­ers are known to lodge re­ports con­cern­ing just about any is­sue that puts them in a bad light.

They also want con­fir­ma­tion from the Pe­nang gov­ern­ment on the iden­tity of the man and the woman.

This is not the first time pho­tos of the man and woman had emerged.

In 2014, sev­eral pho­tos were up­loaded on Face­book.

Lim’s court case and the two video clips are cer­tainly keep­ing the peo­ple glued to hap­pen­ings in the state.

It will be in­ter­est­ing to see how both mat­ters progress as days go by.

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