THE holy month of Ramadan has not stopped some Malay youths from drinking beer and watching table-top dancing by bikini-clad women at a club in Kuala Lumpur on Saturday night.
An invite to the party - with the theme Bikini In The City - was posted on the social networking site Facebook and it managed to lure 202 people, who confirmed their attendance via the Internet.
According to the Metro Ahad’s reporter, who went undercover, five bikini-clad women climbed onto the tables at 11.50pm and started dancing suggestively to cheers from the audience.
The club’s disc jockey then asked three women and a man from among the audience to climb onto the tables for a “seduction” contest.
The woman, judged the most seductive according to the volume of cheers from the crowds, won RM150.
A club patron, known only as Man, said he immediately signed up for the event via Facebook when he learnt about it because it was difficult to watch such performances in Kuala Lumpur.
“Of course, I had fun. I get to drink beer while watching bikini-clad women performing sexy dances,” he said.
Another patron, an executive called Zam, said it would have been more fun if other women beside the dancers had worn bikinis to the party.
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These groups had been seen loitering in malls such as The Pavilion in Kuala Lumpur during weekends or at underground music performances.
A former member, Mohd Haris, said there was one group in each state.
“They would meet up at nightclubs, discos and other places selling liquor,” said the 28-year-old, who became part of the group when he was studying in a private college in Masai, Johor.
He said the group would engage in sex orgies and in extreme cases, even kill those opposing them.
Pertubuhan Kebajikan Sahabat Insan Malaysia (Sidim) chairman Mohamed Hanafiah Abdul Malek said these groups were popular among secondary and college students. - The Star