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Kedah Menteri Besar Muhammad Sanusi Md Nor has apologised for joking about containers being used as a makeshift morgue for those who died from Covid-19.
Sanusi (above) claimed that his joke was taken out of context.
"I would like to apologise for my joke yesterday which was made viral and taken out of context," he told a press conference at Universiti Utara Malaysia (UUM) in Sintok, Kedah.
Sanusi said his joke was for journalists and not for public consumption.
"I was joking with journalists who are part of my family but the joke was taken to be directed to everyone and made viral.
"The joke became the main thing of the press conference and was out of context," he said.
Sanusi said he was apologising as the joke had caused hurt to some people.
"There are those who have been hurt so I take this opportunity to apologise to those who feel hurt by the joke.
"I was only joking with journalists who are part of my family. You know my character but it was recorded so that's my fate," he said.
Sanusi acknowledged receiving many messages criticising him.
"But that's normal in this job - there are those who like you and hate you," he said.
Series of controversies
Yesterday, Sanusi reminded residents in Sungai Petani to abide by the standard operating procedures (SOPs) against Covid-19 as hospitals there have filled up.
Asked if there were enough containers to store the dead, the menteri besar replied: "Containers for the dead are enough, who wants to go in can give their names".
Sanusi is no stranger to controversies.
Last month, he was fined for going on a test drive during the Covid-19 lockdown.
In March, he threatened to turn Penang's water supply "muddy" if the state did not contribute to water treatment in Kedah.
In December last year, Sanusi came under fire for using racial stereotypes to hit back at Indian leaders for criticising his handling of the demolition of Hindu temples.
The PAS leader had accused his critics of being "drunk on the toddy of populism".