Women journalists sexually harassed by red-shirts on Nov 19

Modified 25 Nov 2016, 7:33 am

Two women journalists were reportedly sexually harassed by the red-shirts during the group's counter-rally against Bersih on Nov 19.

"(I felt) really terrified and was momentarily unable to do (my) job," said Malay Mail Online senior correspondent P Yiswaree, who added that one of the red-shirts followed her after she was heckled by the group, as reported by the Southeast Asian Alliance (Seapa).

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