Pictures of women undressing not taken in Warisan Square: Management
The management of Warisan Square has denied that pictures of women in various stages of undressing were taken inside its premises. Sagajuta (Sabah) Sdn Bhd Group. Director Tan Tiang Lai said the email containing the pictures in question was simply an unethical malicious threat by irresponsible individuals who wanted to tarnish Warisan Square. Speaking to reporters here yesterday, Tan said they had conducted their own investigations into the matter and found that there was no such room where the pictures could possibly have been taken in Warisan Square. “None of the fitting or changing rooms here have the type of fittings, curtains or paint as the one in the pictures,” he said, adding that the Warisan Square management had lodged a police report over the matter and were assured that an investigation would be carried out. recently opened shopping mall in Kuala Lumpur,” he said. According to him, Warisan Square does not compromise on its security and the management’s top priority is its customers and merchants. “In view of this, we also advise women shoppers to be vigilant when at the shopping malls,” he said, adding that anyone who received the email should immediately report it to the Warisan Square management office at telephone number 088- 447992. The email contains pictures of several women in various stages of undressing and were believed to have been taken without their knowledge. Most of the women were in the act of trying on lingerie.