Three women were arrested for appearing nude in a public place, two of whom were also arrested for employment and immigration-related offences. Three women were arrested for appearing nude in a public place. Of these, two were also arrested for employment and immigration-related offences. Another five women were arrested for drug-related offences. The Straits Times understands that seven of the women were Vietnamese, while the eighth was Malaysian. Three public entertainment outlets were found to have breached public entertainment licensing conditions. The police said they take "a serious view of anyone found breaking the law and will continue to work with other law enforcement agencies to eradicate criminal activities". We're sorry, this article is unavailable at the moment. If you wish to read this article, kindly contact our Customer Service team at
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By Harriet Alexander. A group of Western tourists who sparked anger in Malaysia for posing naked on top of a sacred mountain could be sentenced to three months in prison - or face a traditional Malay tribunal and pay a fine of 10 buffalo. Eleanor Hawkins, a year-old from Derby, was arrested on Tuesday with three others, two Canadian siblings and a Dutch male, after a photograph appeared showing a group posing naked on top of Mount Kinabalu. The detained group are being held in at Karamunsing police station in Kota Kinabalu, the main town near Mount Kimbalu. Miss Hawkins is sharing a cell with Miss Peterson, but Mr Kaminski said he was being held on his own. He did say that the wifi in his police cell was good, however, and that he was reading The Telegraph. The group were made to appear on Wednesday morning before Ranau magistrate Dzul Elmy at around Wearing purple jumpsuits, the group trooped into court and were told that they would be held for five days, while further investigations were made under Section a of the Penal Code for indecent behaviour.
A year-old British woman who was deported from Malaysia on Saturday with three other tourists after spending three days in jail for posing partially naked on a sacred mountain said she was looking forward to getting back to Britain. She refused to comment further. She had arrived from the city of Kota Kinabalu, where she was detained, and will continue to the UK.