Penang Hindu authorities on the lookout for spray-painting vigilantes

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The Penang Hindu Endowment Board (PHEB) will be on the lookout for spray-painting vigilantes, come Thaipusam.

PHEB chairperson P Ramasamy said the board would be meeting the police next week and speak about the 'Thaipusam Spraying group', which is out to create trouble.

"We have never had issues with women dressing inappropriately during Thaipusam.

"Why is there, suddenly, this group calling themselves vigilantes, who want to spray paint on women?" asked the Penang Deputy Chief Minister II.

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