A Malaysian entrepreneur has came under fire over his inappropriate approach in encouraging people to buy the product he’s selling.
In the post shared by Twitter user @iyesayaye, the man could be seen promoting his sex supplement for men, in addition to revealing that he travelled all the way from KL to Penang to meet a “girlfriend”.
“Promoting zina (illicit sexual relationships) is so normal now. Anything is halal as long as the item sells well. What the hell is this? Some people are so open in embarrassing their religion. For what reason do you need to consume the product? Hard for what? He’s an MA (medical assistant) right? What’s this?” the netizen questioned, along with a series of face palm emojis.
Scrolling through the replies space, many netizens slammed the entrepreneur for his unethical manner in conducting his business. Not only that, others even argued that the man could be prosecuted for various legal offences.
Twitterverse member @fe307_ commented, “Based on your claims; S53 Act 559: Promoting immorality, S7 Act 559: Insulting, or causing Islam to be looked down upon, etc, S4 (2a) PUA 395: Code of Conduct. If you feel it’s appropriate, then you can proceed with your report. If I’m wrong, please correct me.”
Apart from that, the man was also called out for allegedly violating the cross-country ban during the current MCO 2.0 situation. For those interested, feel free to read some thoughts shared by netizens:
Do you guys also think this fella here just crossed the line with his overly-exaggerated promotional stunt?