Several opposition lawmakers, including president Sam Rainsy, are now featured in online leaks purportedly showing they were flirting with women in what was suspected to be a campaign to discredit the opposition, The Phnom Penh Post Online reported on Tuesday.
The clips, including one said to feature Rainsy and aother lawmaker Real Camerin, add to a flurry of leaks in recent weeks by an anonymous anti-opposition Facebook account and were posted on Monday and Sunday respectively.
Camerin on Monday denied he was the voice in the recording released online In which the man made sexually explicit and degrading remarks to a woman on the call.
In text posted with the three-minute clip labelled part one, the account administrator alleged that Rainsy had tried to woo a waitress from a western restaurant in Phnom Penh . In the conversation, the man rang late at night a waitress he met earlier, making small talks and asked to meet next week.
At least, seven CNRP members are alleged to be the voices in audio recordings released online by the same account.
On Monday, prominent model Chon Chan Leakna demanded an apology to all Khmer women for the inappropriate words on the recording linked to camerin.
But government spokesman Phay Siphan said there was no plan to investigate the case unless there is a complaint from one of those involved.
Source: Thai Public Broadcasting Service (Thai PBS)