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Malaysian media is reporting on the arrest of two silat practitioners for possessing a number of bladed weapons as they attempted to film a TikTok video.
An unidentified female student and her male instructor were found by authorities on the island of Pulau Besar Thursday, along with three other people who were released after questioning, in the process of making a video demonstrating their skills with kris knives, machetes and a sword

The pair is being investigated under Section 6 of the country's Corrosive and Explosive Substances and Offensive Weapons Act 1958 which makes it a crime to carry an offensive weapon in a public place.

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