Tuesday December 30, 2008
Sex party-goers in for anti-climax
JOHOR BARU: It is an offence to organise sex parties, says Johor Tourism, Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Committee chairman Hoo Seong Chang.
He warned those behind such merry-makings to “think twice” as the relevant authorities would act sternly against them.
“It is an unhealthy activity,” he said when commenting on a planned mega sex party rumoured to be held here to usher in the New Year.
Hoo urged people not to bank in their money, as requested by the organisers, as they might most likely be cheated.
District officer Mohd Jaffar Awang said there was no application to organise the mega sex party, adding that action would be taken against the host if there was any.
reported on Monday that invitations to the sex party were enclosed in New Year greeting cards and were being distributed in Kuala Terengganu with a note and a web address as contact to make bookings.
Apparently, the party organisers required all males to attend the function without their underwear while the females had to go in g-strings and be prepared to take it all off when the clock struck midnight.
Interested patrons are required to bank in RM250 into an account as booking fee and the men were advised to bring along condoms.
It was also learnt that participants from as far as Batam (in Indonesia) and college students from Kuala Lumpur and Malacca would be attending the party.