KUALA LUMPUR: Police turned the tables on a group of revellers who organised a surprise drug-fuelled party for a doctor on his birthday.
The police received a tip-off and raided the party at a residence in Jalan Conlay on Friday night.
There were drug-laced drinks and casual sex among the revellers at two units on the 12th and 14th floor of the residence.
Kuala Lumpur deputy CID chief Asst Comm Nasri Mansor said the raid was conducted at about 11pm after police received information from the public about the party.
He said 19 local men, eight local women, five Vietnamese women, a Thai woman and two male Chinese citizens were found partying amidst loud music when police raided the premises.
“Not only were they having drug-laced drinks, some were gambling and having sex,” he said.
ACP Nasri said police seized 20 health drink bottles believed to be laced with drugs, two boxes of condoms, a deck of playing cards, a bowl filled with dice, an audio system and a disco ball lamp.
“Initial investigations revealed that they had booked the four rooms for two nights from Friday evening until Sunday to party.
“All of them aged between 21 and 35 were detained for further investigation,” he said.
The suspects were detained under Section 372B of the Penal Code for being involved in prostitution activities, Section 39B of the Dangerous Drugs Act and Section 4(1) of the Entertainment Act and the Immigration Act, ACP Nasri said.
“They were also issued compounds for violating Covid-19 standard operating procedure.
“We will continue to track down any gathering involving immoral activities and we welcome information from the public,” he said.
Those with information can contact the KL police hotline at 03-2115 9999 or any nearest police station.