The infamous ‘Petaling Street stripper’ Persana Avril Sollunda,32, has been released after a family member posted a bail for her on Tuesday.
The Sabahan ex-model and spa worker was caught speaking incoherently as she tries to escape the throng of press crowding the lobby area of the court.
Sollunda, who was accused of stripping at Petaling Street on April 23, has maintained her not guilty plea in court.
The RM7,000 bail was posted by Sollundaâ€™s brother after her lawyer, Muhammad Nor Izzat Nordin, had requested for a lesser amount from the initial RM10,000 as it was a â€œsmall offenceâ€.
The former model and spa worker made an earlier not guilty plea on April 28 to a charge under Section 294 of the Penal Code of committing an obscene act in public.
If found guilty she faces up to three months in jail or a fine or both.
She has been instructed to surrender her passport to the court and present herself once every two weeks to a nearby police station.
She is also barred from leaving Peninsular Malaysia until her next court date on May 29.