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Bung Moktar Radin

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Preceded by  Juhar Mahiruddin
Name  Bung Radin
Religion  Sunni Islam

Occupation  Politician
Role  Politician
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Born  15 September 1959 (age 56) Crown Colony of North Borneo (1959-09-15)
Similar People  Zizie Ezette, Fong Po Kuan, Abdul Razak Hussein, Zainal Abidin Ahmad

Political party  UMNO—Barisan Nasional

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Datuk Bung Moktar Radin (born 15 September 1959) is a Malaysian politician. He is currently the Member of the Parliament of Malaysia for the Kinabatangan constituency in Sabah, representing the United Malay National Organisation (UMNO) party in the governing Barisan Nasional coalition.


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Controversy and criticism

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Over four terms in Parliament, Bung Moktar earned a reputation for controversial remarks and inflammatory behaviour. In the first sitting of Parliament after the 2008 election, he called opposition politician Karpal Singh a "big monkey" after Singh called him "big foot". In 2007, he apologised for making sexist remarks in Parliament about opposition politician Fong Po Kuan. On 20 April 2010, he pleaded guilty to committing polygamy by taking a second wife, Malaysian actress Zizie Izette, without the consent of a marriage registrar. He was sentenced to one month imprisonment, but was ultimately released on bail. He made international news for tweeting "Long Live Hitler" after Germany's 7–1 win over Brazil in the semi-final of the 2014 FIFA World Cup.

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