The independent commission looking into the nude squat incident said the practice of police ordering detainees to perform such acts must stop immediately. The Commission to Enquire into the Standard Operating Procedure, Rules and Regulations in relation to the Conduct of Body Search in Respect of an Arrest and Detention by the Police was set up after a video clip of a woman doing ear squats in the nude was made public in Parliament on Nov 24 last year. The commission found there was no provision in the Inspector-General Standing Orders, the district police chief standing order, lock-up rules or any legislation which permitted a detainee to perform nude squats.
The grim act was caught by a fellow gym-goer who uploaded the footage to social media to shame the creep. He captioned it: "I want this man's face to go viral. This was at the Virgin Active in Stellenbosch.
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TWO Singaporean women who drove into Johor Baru were detained by Malaysian Immigration, stripped, and made to squat and stand while pulling their ears. They were detained for 24 hours for "illegal entry" as their passports were not stamped at the Malaysian Immigration, reported Shin Min Daily News. The incident occurred last Thursday June 9 when property agent Ms Lim, 29, went to Changi Airport to pick up a friend, insurance agent Ms Chang, 39, who was returning from a holiday in Hong Kong.
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Still pictures taken from the clip were first published by the vernacular China Press on its frontpage today. Several police officers later went to the press room in Parliament to view the video clip from the TV3 crew. It confirms, he said, what Malaysians have heard and believed all this while about the inhumane and degrading treatment of persons in custody. He asked, "does anyone really believe that this is just an isolated incident?
Worse, the newspaper had to sack its top two editors to stave off suspension of its publishing license, leading to speculation that this could be the beginning of tough measures against the press in this country. On Nov 23, the newspaper published an exclusive story and photographs lifted from the video clip showing police forcing a young, naked woman to perform squats. But the paper also erroneously identified the victim as a Chinese national, sparking off a diplomatic row with Beijing. After Beijing lodged an official protest, Malaysia sent across a mission, headed by home minister Datuk Seri Azmi Khalid, to apologise for the mistreatment of its nationals.