Sexist Remarks About Women Drivers
Bung Mokhtar also made sexist remarks claiming that most women drivers were slow and paid little attention while on the road. "When you honk at them, they get agitated with some even showing hand gestures to other drivers", he said in Parliament. These remarks were widely panned by women's groups in Malaysia.
Bung Mokhtar said that he was being sexually harassed due to the fact that at the time, he was the focus of criticism from women’s rights groups.
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