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Australian men celebrating Grand Prix win charged in Malaysia MP3

Police in Malaysia have told the ABC they expect to charge a group of Australians arrested during the weekend's Formula One Grand Prix race in Sepang. The men, who were celebrating after the victory of Grand Prix driver Daniel Riccardo at the Sepang raceway, stripped down to their underpants, which featured the Malaysian flag on the backside. They will be charged with 'intentional insult with intent to provoke a brea... Source: abc.net.au

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