No time frame set in gay sex video probe, says deputy IGP

Deputy IGP Mazlan Mansor (centre) speaks to reporters after witnessing the handing over of vehicles to the police force from MRCB George Kent Sdn Bhd. On the right is MRCB executive vice president Dell Akbar Khan.

SHAH ALAM: Police have not set any time frame in their probe into the gay sex videos implicating a federal minister, Deputy Inspector-General of Police Mazlan Mansor said.

“There is no time frame set. We are still investigating the case but we hope to complete it as soon as possible,” he said when asked to comment if the viral videos is targeted at Economic Affairs Minister Mohamed Azmin Ali.

Mazlan was speaking to reporters after the handover of four Isuzu D-Max vans and 20 Honda motorcycles to the police force from MRCB George Kent Sdn Bhd.

The video clips, which went viral on social media last week, show two men engaging in homosexual acts.

PKR Youth leader Haziq Aziz, an aide to Deputy Primary Industries Minister Shamsul Iskandar Mohd Akin, claimed he was one of the men and identified Azmin as the other.

Azmin has strongly denied this and threatened to take legal action.

Haziq is being investigated for several offences, including carnal intercourse and distribution of obscene material.

Mazlan also did not rule out more people, including PKR members, being called in to facilitate the probe.

“It depends on the investigation,” he said.

He refused to comment on Azmin’s claim earlier today that several gay sex video clips targeted at him were the work of certain PKR members with links to the Philippines.