It was a weekday afternoon and parents were waiting for their children outside a primary school.
Suddenly, a familiar face appeared and started greeting mothers who were busy tapping on their smartphones. Shock soon turned into giggles, as a throng of women asked for a wefie with Mr Khairy Jamaluddin, one of the most recognisable faces of the ruling coalition, Barisan Nasional (BN).
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