14 July 2013

The Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) will investigate the controversial Facebook post on breaking fast by a sex blogger couple.

Their post was attacked by remarks and complaints from netizens for their insensitivity towards religious customs which prompted the Facebook administrator to shut down their page.

Deputy Minister of Communication and Multimedia, Datuk Jailani Johari said the couple, Tan Jye Tee (Alvin), 25, and Vivian Lee, 24, will have to explain their post to MCMC.

"They will be asked to help with the investigation soon. As of now, we will leave it to MCMC to look into the case," said Jailani.

He also urged Facebook users to lodge a report to the social network administration because it has upset the Muslim community.

"You may shut us down now but we will be back and be stronger and better than ever. Enjoy your Ramadan for now," the couple posted on their Alvin and Vivian twitter account.

Last Thursday, the couple posted a picture with the greetings "Selamat Berbuka Puasa" while eating "bak kut teh" (herbal pork soup). The halal logo was also displayed on the picture. - July 14, 2013


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