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‘Hantu’ video goes viral on YouTube

 | March 14, 2013

The video shows a man waking up from sleep just to find foreigners staying in his home, poking fun at the Election Commission approving dubious names registered in a single address.

PETALING JAYA: Another video mocking the conduct of the general election in Malaysia is out on YouTube, produced by one known as Nasi Kandar 1957.

The video titled “Hantu! Mesti Tengok Sebelum PRU 13”, which runs for slightly more than a minute, shows a man waking up from sleep, just to find a Bangladeshi-looking man lying beside him.

Surprised, he walks around his house and finds more foreigners in his premises, making themselves at home by taking baths and cooking in the house, much to the chagrin of his wife.

Some even were seen watching cartoon with his young daughter.

At the end of the video, the video producer wrote in a caption,” After I voted for BN, more and more people live in my house and we don’t know who they are.”

The video was poking fun at allegations that the electoral roll is marred with numerous dubious names registered under one address, without the knowledge of the said house owner.

One commentator known as Mali Katy said: “Pakatan Rakyat has many evidence on dubious names in the electoral roll… got ideas to take Election Commission to court. Wait and see.”

Another commentator known as Daily Guideline 123 said: “This is why Filipinos can stay in Malaysia illegally and attack us like terrorists.”

However, not all were amused by the video, with commentator Ukaragen saying: “So many general elections have passed… if there are irregularities why not produce your evidence in court?”

The video currently has 195,077 views, with 1,520 likes and 53 dislikes.

The video is available here:

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