caileak.com – New LINK Video Fitting Room H&M Malaysia Viral on Twitter Duration 11 Minutes Record Hot Scenes, This Is The Fact –
The video link to the CCTV footage in the Fitting Room, which is allegedly located in the H&M Malaysia shopping center, is currently viral, attracting attention from netizens on social media.
The recorded video contains inappropriate scenes for the couple in the fitting room, which has drawn a series of criticisms and concerns from various parties.
From the 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 pair of men and women having intercourse and which was recorded on a CCTV camera.
The video quickly went viral on social media, and has been a search for for some time now.
Several concerns arose on social media, because they were considered to violate customer privacy.
On the other hand, the police are said to be investigating this matter following a report submitted by H&M Malaysia.
Launching the South Morning Post, Dang Wangi’s assistant commissioner, Noor Dellhan Yahaya, said the local outlet’s security manager had made a report after seeing a message about the video circulating on WhatsApp.
However, during the inspection, it was suspected that the location of the CCTV Fitting Room recording was different from the narrative circulating by mentioning H&M Malaysia.
“We sent our personnel there to investigate and could not find the camera. We believe it happened in another location,” said Dellhan Yahaya.
Yahaya added, his party would continue to deal with this problem and look for bright spots on the location and perpetrators of the recording.
“But I want to assure the public that we are taking this matter seriously and will conduct a thorough investigation to bring those responsible to justice,” he added.
On the other hand, H&M Malaysia also expressed concern that footage allegedly from a hidden camera in a fitting room at a Kuala Lumpur store was being sold online.
“The safety of our customers is of the utmost importance to us. A police report has been made and an investigation is ongoing.
“We have conducted inspections of all fitting rooms and are working to ensure there are no breaches of security that will compromise the privacy of our customers,” the company said in a statement to The Star.