Bukit Aman Malaysian Royal Police raided a police station in Kajang, Selangor, that was the site of a "wild party".
A total of eight people were arrested in the raid, including an officer-in-charge of the police station, three other police officers and four women.
The raid took place on July 20, following a tip-off from a member of public, Malay Mail reported.
Party took place in a "special room"
Berita Harian reported that the party took place in a "special room" on the second floor of the station.
There was a disco ball fitted in the said room, the report added.
The group was found to be dancing and singing when the station was raided by police at 6pm.
China Press reported that the music was so loud, the group did not hear the police knocking at the door.
The other police seized a bottle of liquor, five bottles of ketum drinks, lighting and audio equipment, and obscene photographs of the policemen with a woman who was detained together with them during the raid.
Violating Covid-19 SOP
The director for Bukit Aman Standards Compliance Integrity Department Azri Ahmad mentioned that the alleged actions of the group breached Covid-19 rules.
"The action of the officer, personnel and others involved violates the Covid-19 standard operating procedure," he said, according to Malaysiakini.
He added that there will not be any compromise for anyone found guilty of violating the rules.
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