Another 'Anwar sex video' uploaded on YouTube

Kuala Lumpur (The Star/ANN) - Another short clip of a sex video showing an individual resembling Malaysian Opposition Leader Anwar Ibrahim has made its way into the Internet.

The video, titled Papa Nurul Izzah Part II, was uploaded on YouTube at around 5.30pm Wednesday by a person with the alias wakparjosudorno' showing a naked woman walking into a bathroom and a naked man putting on his clothes.

Based on profile details of the person who posted the video clip, the person appears to be an Indonesian, but there is no detail where it was posted from.

It is believed that this clip is the final portion of the 22-minute video screened to journalists on March 21.

On April 4, the first clip was shared on YouTube and it showed the same man in a towel, who later hugged the woman who was also in a towel.

Unlike the previous video, this upload had no words in the Thai language running at the bottom of the screen.

Due to those words, there was a possibility that the earlier clip was posted from Thailand.

The date on the latest clip read 2011/02/21 while the time was between 22:43 and 22:45.

The woman was seen walking towards another room, believed to be the bathroom, while the man wearing a towel patted himself dry, left the room and later reappeared naked.

He then proceeded to wear his underwear, shirt and pants.

By 7pm Wednesday, attempts to view the video were unsuccessful as the content was flagged offensive and removed from YouTube. But it was picked up and posted on several blogs.

It is believed that police investigations against former Malacca chief minister Abdul Rahim Tamby Chik, businessman Shazryl Eskay Abdullah and Perkasa treasurer Shuaib Lazim, who make up the Datuk T trio, are not expected to be affected with the release of the new video clip.

Meanwhile, Anwar's daughter Nurul Izzah, who is vice-president of the opposition Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR), said her family knew that the actor was not her father and that it was another attempt to destroy their fighting spirit. She also called on Malaysians to rise above gutter politics.

PKR secretary-general Saifuddin Nasution insisted that the police were to blame for the sequel of the sex video clip implicating Anwar.

He accused the police of prolonging the issue and failing to take action against Datuk T, although the trio have openly admitted that they were responsible for the production of the tape.

"If we are to believe them (Datuk T), who claimed that the original copy of the video had been handed over to the police, then there is only one possibility on how it could have leaked on the Internet.

"The onus is on the police to come clean," Saifuddin said.

In his twitter, Democratic Action Party (DAP) adviser Lim Kit Siang criticised a local television station for showing the latest sex video clip during its prime time news slot.

He said Malaysians would "feel violated in their homes with such disgusting TV fare" and that no child was safe at home.

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