Pictures of Khairy in a dress have been circulating around the blogs, and probably in print too.
Considering the timing and all that, Lulu thinks it was done with a malicious intent.
In all sincerity, Lulu thinks it was done in good fun.
Whenever we have plays / talentimes in uni, work and church, Lulu notices we always get more points when we dress up one of the guys in drag. And years later, when we look back, we have a good laugh over it, the type where you laugh and laugh and laugh until your cheeks hurt and your stomach cramps.
HOwever, Khairy needs to remember the kind of trouble he can get into for this good fun.
Mohamad Abdul Aziz Mohamad Noor, a senior official in the Islamic department in Kelantan state, says the men were sentenced to seven days in jail and given a 1,000 ringgit (US$310) fine Sunday (27 July) after they pleaded guilty to cross-dressing.
These are the sort of laws which take place in our country. This prosection took place in Kelantan, and Lulu would not be surprised if the laws are similar with JAIS and JAWI too.
Now that Khairy has been caught with a dress on, will he be able to emphatise with those who are caught cross dressing and speak up for them?
ah... Lulu wonders. you wondering too?