Thirsty Malaysian comedians mock Selangor’s water crisis with ‘a very weird type of porn’ (VIDEO)

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While millions of Malaysians across Selangor state wait for their water supply to be gradually restored today, comedian Jason Leong roped in several friends for an explicit, highly suggestive, and NSFW video of them having a sexy, thirsty time with water.

The two-minute clip is part disturbing and part hilarious and largely aims to take a jab at the water agency Air Selangor, which is currently tackling their third water crisis this year.

“Now I know I can’t give you water, neither can Air Selangor,” Leong said at the start of the (NSFW) A Very Weird Type Of Porn clip. “But I hope I can give you some form of relief. I hope this video quenches your thirst.”

Leong then went on to rub a 1.5 liter bottle of water on his face and lick it. The scenes then interchanged with other well-known faces including fitness personality Dennis Yin stroking a tap, actress Marianne Tan drinking water in slow-motion, and comedian Joanne Kam rubbing laundry on herself before throwing them into the washing machine. Cringe-worthy scenes also include the one with filmmaker Jared Lee splashing water from between his legs.

The video ended with a plea to the state’s sole water provider in a text that read: “Please Air Selangor. Do your job. Give us our water. We are thirsty.”

Leong’s water porn has been viewed over 5,000 times since it went up yesterday.

Malaysians living in Selangor and Kuala Lumpur had been struggling with the lack of water since last weekend after a burst pipe disrupted water supply and then again this week after water pollution was detected at the Sungai Selangor river.

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