Malaysia gay sex video: Haziq's father lodges police report, claims house broken into

Mr Muhammad Haziq Abdul Aziz said his family made a police report after their Sarawak home was "broken into".
PHOTO: Facebook/Haziq Aziz

PETALING JAYA - Muhammad Haziq Abdul Aziz says a police report has been lodged by his family after their home in Sarawak was "broken into" by five people at 5pm on Thursday (June 13).

His father Abdul Aziz Ibrahim lodged the report at the Kuching district police headquarters at 1am on Friday.

In his report, he said five men broke into his house in Kuching, claiming to be policemen from Bukit Aman.

"I was suspicious of their behaviour and agreed with their request and signed the forms they instructed me to sign without checking," Mr Abdul Aziz said.

Mr Haziq posted a photo of the report on Facebook on Friday, saying "leave my family alone and face the truth!"

The post has since been removed from his Facebook page, though the photo remains.

On Wednesday, Mr Haziq claimed that it was he and Economic Affairs Minister Azmin Ali who were in a sex video that has gone viral.

However, Datuk Seri Azmin denied the allegations.

He said it was a nefarious plot to assassinate his reputation and character in an attempt to destroy his political career.

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