KL Club Hosting ‘Thai Hot Guy’ Event Doesn’t Have Entertainment Licence
Privacy Club is set to host its grand opening on 30 March with the ‘Thai Hot Guy’ being the main attraction.
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UPDATE: The event has been called off after numerous reports have been made to the police.
Wangsa Maju District Police Chief Supt Ashari Abu Samah said they had given a stern warning to the organizers in a meeting earlier this evening.
An entertainment club located off Jalan Tun Razak is being investigated by the KL City Hall (DBKL) for not having an entertainment licence, following the uproar over their event featuring the ‘Thai Hot Guy’ – a group of buffy male waiters popular in a restaurant in Bangkok – as their main attraction this 30 March.
One of the prime minister’s aide, Azman Abidin issued a statement today saying they have received a report regarding the event to be held at Privacy Club.
As a result of a preliminary investigation by DBKL, it was found that the premises is operating under a restaurant license for Beijing 9 Sdn Bhd.Azman Abidin, Political Secretary to the Prime Minister
However, the company’s restaurant license expired on February 4, 2021.
The premises also does not have an entertainment licence and there is no application for an entertainment licence or application to carry out entertainment activities.
Currently, DBKL is also investigating the pub for enforcement actions.
PAS said that this promotes hedonistic culture, porn & casual sex
Earlier today, PAS secretary-general Datuk Seri Takiyuddin Hassan said that DBKL should reconsider allowing the event as it clearly goes against the local culture and is insensitive to the position of Islam as the federal religion, let alone held in the month of Ramadhan.
He also said that this event is overboard, insensitive, immoral and in fact, disgusting. Through social media sharing, the pictures of inappropriate guest ‘stars’ indirectly promote hedonistic culture, porn & casual sex.
Furthermore, PAS was also upset when the name of the late Prime Minister Tun Abdul Razak was allowed to be used as the name of a bar. That act is neither sensitive nor responsible and even insults the good name of the country’s leader.
Nazif Najib, son of former prime minister, Datuk Seri Najib Razak also condemned the club for using his grandfather’s name in advertising the club. However, for the record, the name of the club on its door signage is “Privacy”. It is identified as “Privacy Tun Razak” based on it being located off Jalan Tun Razak.
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News of the event was uploaded on social media on 20 March. Just yesterday (21 March), Ahmad Fadhli Shaari, PAS Youth chief condemned the event and asked for it to be cancelled.
He told the public that the event should not be held, especially in the holy month of Ramadan.
Following that, earlier today in the Dewan Rakyat, he asked the Deputy Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department (Sabah, Sarawak and Special Affairs) Datuk Wilson Ugak Kumbong, if the programme is in fact, in line with the Malaysia Madani agenda, as reported by The Star.
In response, Ugak Kumbong said that the event had nothing to do with the Malaysia Madani agenda.
The government has no such programmes mentioned by YB.Datuk Wilson Ugak Kumbong, Deputy Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department (Sabah, Sarawak and Special Affairs)
I’m urging that such unhealthy programmes should not be continued under the Malaysia Madani (agenda).
Malaysia Madani is an initiative to develop the people such as the hardcore poor who are facing rising cost of living.
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