JAKARTADAILY.ID – The Indonesian Police are hunting a comedian who allegedly made fun of the first lady, Iriana Joko Widodo on Twitter.
The comedian behind the @koprofilJati account on Twitter landed in hot water when he insinuated that Iriana Widodo looked like a housemaid in a photo with the South Korean First Lady Kim Kun-hee.
"Bi (shorthand for 'Bibi,' how Indonesians call their housemaids), please make our guest a drink."
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"Okay, madam," wrote Kharisma Jati, who is behind the @koprofilJati, a comic from Yogyakarta, Central Java.
Indonesian National Police has begun an investigation into this case. Director of Cyber Crime of National Criminal Investigation Agency (Bareskrim) Brigadier General Adi Vivid Agustiadi Bachtiar revealed that his party had pocketed the identity of the owner of the Twitter account with the username @koprofilJati.
"We have obtained the identity of the suspected perpetrator," said Adi Vivid, quoted from PMJnews, Sunday, November 20, 2022.
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Adi said the case was still under investigation because the upload allegedly "contained a criminal element."
"Still in the process of investigation. Every incident that is suspected of having elements of a crime, the police will certainly conduct an investigation," he explained.
The post was swiftly deleted when Indonesian Twitter goers reacted negatively to the tweet, and actively berated Kharisma Jati's account.
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Some netizens even asked President Joko Widodo's two sons, Gibran Rakabuming Raka and Kaesang Pangarep to report the owner of the Twitter account to the police.
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