Pahang FA apologises for X-Rated video
Malaysia Super League side, Pahang FA, has issued an apology following the posting of a pornographic video on their official Twitter account.
The X-Rated video clip had been tweeted from the football team’s official Twitter account (@OfficialPahang) before being deleted some time later.
Following the incident, Pahang FA released a statement which read: “Assalamualaikum and greetings, firstly our media team would like to apologise for happened on Pahang’s official Twitter page this morning.
“Pahang FA’s official Twitter page was hacked by an irresponsible individual and we have already lodged a report to the authorities because it tarnishes the image of the Pahang team.
“We apologise for what happened. The social media page has been shutdown for the time being.”
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