If the goal of masturbation is to get a steamy climax, one sex toy should be enough to do the job. What could one possibly do with 1,000 adult toys? You could always sell them and spread the joy to others.
The Home Ministry (KDN) seized over 1,000 banned sex toys at a residence in Kota Warisan, Sepang, that were intended to be sold online. As per Malaysian laws, sex toys are banned “under Section 7(1) of the Printing Presses and Publications Act 1984 for eroding moral values.”
Joy is multiplied when shared but the pleasure turns into a headache when it enters illegal means. A 57-year-old man was arrested for distributing and selling inappropriate products.
“KDN will not hesitate to take stern action against any party involved in elements that can erode morals, public order and national safety,” KDN enforcement and controls division secretary Nik Yusaimi Yussof said.
The value of the seized goods was around $25,000 and the products were made in China and Thailand and then shipped to Malaysia through online purchases. “The ministry is worried that the use of sex toys would affect the morality of Malaysians and if uncontrolled, would lead to a decline in moral values and other social problems,” Yussof added.
Horny Malaysians might need to get creative to get their physical needs met since there are strict protocols in place to prevent the sale of adult toys.