After MCMC, police to grill sex bloggers next

After MCMC, police to grill sex bloggers next

KUALA LUMPUR - After being questioned for more than nine hours by the Malaysian Communication and Multimedia Commission (MCMC), sex bloggers Alvin Tan and Vivien Lee will now be questioned by the police.

Two investigators from the police arrived at the MCMC building at 9pm to question the two.

They are expected to be questioned for another two hours by the police.

Gathered media were expecting the duo to come out of the building at 8pm, but only managed to catch glimpses of them going to the toilet.

At around 9.30pm, the two, accompanied by two policeman, drove to an undisclosed location.

"We have apologised on YouTube. We were sincere," said Tan as they were walking to the car.

Before they posted a video apology last night, they were unrepentant in their tweets.

Last Thursday, sex bloggers Alvin Tan and Vivien Lee uploaded a picture on their Facebook page depicting them eating bak kut teh and describing it as fragrant, delicious and appetising, with a Selamat Berbuka Puasa greeting.

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