Now, a YouTube clip of a phone call in KL hotel

An audio recording of a conversation allegedly between two men planning to meet at the Grand Hyatt Hotel in Kuala Lumpur has been uploaded to YouTube. (Facebook pic)

PETALING JAYA: After several video clips stunned the nation with allegations of gay sex involving a federal minister, a few more, including an audio clip, have been uploaded to YouTube.

Descriptions accompanying two of the clips claimed they were recorded at the Pullman Hotel in Kuching in October 2018, during the height of the PKR elections.

Another clip consists of a 46-second audio recording, said to be an extract from a telephone conversation between two men planning to meet discreetly at the Grand Hyatt Hotel in Kuala Lumpur in March this year.

The sender of the clips claims the voices belong to Mohamed Azmin Ali and Haziq Aziz.

Haziq, a PKR Youth division leader from Sarawak, claimed to have had sexual intercourse with Azmin, naming himself and the minister as the men in several video clips which went viral last week.

Azmin strongly denied the allegation, calling it a plot to kill his political career. Police meanwhile launched a probe into the videos.

Following his shocking video “confession” last week alleging that he and Azmin had sex in May at the Four Points hotel in Sandakan, Haziq claimed that they had three other hotel sex romps as well.

He also named Grand Continental Kuching, Pullman Kuching and Grand Hyatt Kuala Lumpur.

“I thought I would be free after two hours,” a man is heard saying in the audio clip.

“It’s okay, I’ll go down first. Later I’ll take them for a drink inside, then I’ll let you know.”

“Alright, sure,” says the other man in the clip.

A description accompanying the audio clip claims the conversation was recoded at the Grand Hyatt when Azmin was in charge of the Brunei sultan’s official visit to Malaysia.

FMT could not verify the identities of the men in the clips.