A photo posted to Facebook of a couple, believed to be models, strolling down a northern Malaysia street half-naked. Police were despatched to find them. Facebook photo. The woman, wearing a bridal veil with only bra and panties on, strolled outside with a "groom" wearing dark trousers and bow tie, but no shirt. Photos were sent to police via mobile-messaging service WhatsApp and posted on Facebook. The couple were seen on Monday crossing a road in Ipoh town in the state of Perak, about kilometres north of Kuala Lumpur, according to The Star newspaper. Ipoh police chief Ahmad Termizi Abdul Haq told The Star that he dispatched a police team to the area, but officers did not find the couple. The unidentified pair could face charges of indecent behaviour, Mr Ahmad said.
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The subject who is truly loyal to the Chief Magistrate will neither advise nor submit to arbitrary measures. Emil Kaminski shared this photo on his Facebook page with the caption: "Mount Kinabalu. Time of my life. This article was published more than 4 years ago. Some information in it may no longer be current. Dressed in similar purple jail uniforms, four foreigners — including two Canadians — appeared Wednesday in a Malaysian court on the island of Borneo, as authorities investigated them for posing naked atop a mountain locals consider sacred. The four, including siblings Danielle and Lindsey Petersen from Saskatchewan, were ordered to remain in detention until Saturday while the investigation continued. The case has raised international attention after a Malaysian official said their actions disrespected the mountain and caused an earthquake. The magnitude 5. At least 18 people have died.
By Hannah Strange. A British woman is among four Westerners detained by Malaysian police on suspicion of posing naked on Mount Kinabalu , a peak considered sacred by locals, just days before an earthquake killed 18 climbers. Police obtained a court order to detain the foreigners for four days and could charge them for indecent behavior, said Jalaluddin Abdul Rahman, police commissioner in the Malaysian Borneo state of Sabah where the mountain is located. They could also be tried in a native court, a decision on which has yet to be taken by tribal authorities, officials said. The British woman, who according to local press is 24 but has not yet been named, was detained at an airport in Sabah on Tuesday while trying to board a flight to Kuala Lumpur. Two Canadian siblings and a Dutch male surrendered themselves at a police station in Sabah later on Tuesday, police said.
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