Kuala Lumpur, Feb 11 (ANI): Police in the Malaysian state of Sabah are analysing a video showing a group of women stripping and dancing in the nude amid speculation that the two-minute clip was shot somewhere in the state.
State Police Commissioner Datuk Hamza Taib said that there was no evidence to show that the video in which the nude women were seen dancing in front of an audience, was taken in Sabah.
"All we can gather from the video so far was that the whole thing took place in a shack during the day. It could have been in Sabah or even in a neighbouring country," the Star Online quoted him as saying.
He added that police were also trying to identify the individuals in the video.
Hamza said state police had sent a copy of the video to the forensics unit for a detailed analysis.
Reports of the video clip appeared in a local newspaper here several weeks ago amid claims that it could have been shot in Sabah, as the accompanying soundtrack was a Kadazandusun song.
However, Taib explained that the song could have been added during the editing process. (ANI)