/link-video-viral…ecord-hot-scenes/ Video connection and video surveys and repairs, which will be in the H & M Malaysia
A written video with inappropriate actions for the couple and the repair shelter, which drew many critics and anxiety. According to information obtained by Bonsernews.com, there are at least two different video recordings allegedly located in the H&M Malaysia fitting room which contain a couple doing sordid scenes.
This 11-minute video shows a male and female couple having sex that was recorded on CCTV. The video quickly went viral on social media and has been searched for for some time now.
Several concerns arose on social media as it was seen as violating customer privacy. On the other hand, the police are said to be investigating this case following a report submitted by H&M Malaysia.
Launching the South Morning Post, Dang Wangi’s deputy commissioner, Noor Dellhan Yahaya, said the local outlet’s security officer made a report after seeing a message on the video circulating on WhatsApp. However, after investigation, it is suspected that the location recording the dressing room CCTV is different from the news circulating by naming H&M Malaysia.
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/link-video-viral…ecord-hot-scenes/ We sent our employees to where we could find the camera. We think it has happened else, “Defhan Yahayay said. Yahaya added that his party would continue to address this issue and look for positives on the place and the authors of the recording.
“But I want to assure the public that we take this matter seriously and will carry out a thorough investigation to bring those responsible to justice,” he added. On the other hand, H&M Malaysia has also expressed concern that alleged footage of hidden cameras in the fitting room of its Kuala Lumpur store is being sold online.
“The safety of our customers is our top priority. A police report has been made and an investigation is underway.
“We have conducted a review of all appropriate and operational facilities to ensure that there are no security measures that compromise the privacy of our customers,” the company said in a statement to the Star.