Kuala Lumpur, July 21 (ANI): A Malay man, who works as a vehicle spare-parts supplier, has been sentenced to six months' jail by the magistrate's court for circulating obscene photographs of his wife.
Abdul Aziz Basri, 57, who pleaded guilty, was also fined RM 2,000 in default two months' jail, on July 20, reports the Star Online.
Magistrate Iriane Isabelo had earlier rebuked him for circulating the photographs, and describing it as immoral, she told him that as a Muslim, he should be stoned for his action.
Basri was charged with circulating and disseminating six sheets of A4-size paper containing explicit images of his wife's sexual acts at Courts Mammoth in Jalan Abdul Aziz between June 28 and July 7.
He was charged under Section 292(a) of the Penal Code, which carries a maximum three-year jail sentence, a fine, or both, upon conviction.
According to the facts of the case, a 41-year-old clerk had lodged a police report on July 13, accusing her husband of disseminating photographs that tarnished her dignity. (ANI)