'Carcosa sex video' uploaded to YouTube?

Calls in Parliament that a sex video clip allegedly featuring a prominent politician be screened for members of the House may have been preempted by the fact that a portion of the very same clip was already available to the public via popular video-sharing site, YouTube.

A check with the portal showed that the one minute 47 second long clip was uploaded on April 3 by a user identifying himself as 'thepowercam'. At press time it had garnered 311 views and 139 comments.

The video, entitled 'VTS 01 1' opens with two men and a woman in a bedroom with one of the men clad only in a sarong and holding his clothes, presumably having only just undressed. While this man's face is visible, the face of the other male is not shown.

The following scene then shows the undressed man and the woman, now clad in only a towel, going into what appears to be an attached bathroom before coming back into the room. The clip then ends showing the same male beginning to embrace the woman after the second man exits the room. 

The clip has since been removed by YouTube who said it '..violated its policy on nudity or sexual content'.

Minister in the Prime Minister's Dept Nazri Abdul Aziz (Malaysian Insider Photo).Minister in the Prime Minister's Dept Nazri Abdul Aziz (Malaysian Insider Photo).Earlier today, Bernama reported Minister in the Prime Minister's Department Mohamed Nazri Abdul Aziz as saying he supported the call for the video clip to be screened in Parliament.

He, however, added it would depend on whether the Dewan Rakyat speaker would allow it.

"We are also concerned whether this is against the law. If we screen it in Parliament, where will it be screened? If it's at Parliament's compound, then we can't have the (parliamentary) immunity.

Nazri's response was to a call yesterday by DAP chairperson Karpal Singh for the clip to be shown to members of Parliament '...in order (for them) to ascertain whether it is, in fact, (PKR advisor) Anwar Ibrahim who is the male actor in the videotape'.

The controversial video clip was revealed to selected senior journalists on March 21 following which Anwar issued a statement vehemently denying he was the man in the footage.

In reply to this, three political leaders came forward to identify themselves as the people responsible for the release of the video. The trio - businessman Shazryl Eskay Abdullah, former Malacca chief minister Abdul Rahim Tamby Chik and Perkasa treasurer Shuib Lazim - then called on Anwar and his wife to quit politics.

Eskay told the Press that the clip was recorded in a Kuala Lumpur hotel on Feb 21. Police have launched investigations into the matter following Anwar's police report on March 22.

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