A video shot in Suria Sabah viciously made circulations on social media as the lady who was singing was seen flaunting her assets.
The lady who believed to be a transvestite wore a top with large holes at the front, giving passerbys an eyeful. Needless to say, her exposed ‘chests’ caught the attention of shoppers and social media users.
Being seen performing I’m Yours by Jason Mraz, the lady quickly exits after she has completed the song. She was mentioned to not be part of the band and was the one to request to perform.
The mall, Suria Sabah has come forward to clarify that the individual was not part of the band and was not authorised to perform. The mall management also apologised at being unable to stop the indecency.
Our management strictly does not support or endorse such indecent acts and exhibition.
We will take appropriate action to prevent such groups of people with or without motive and intentions from disturbing the mall from now and onwards,” the management added in the statement.”
Authorities have yet to identify the so-called performer and were seeking her co-operation to come forward to any police station to help in the investigation.
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