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#BoycottBrunei in the TwitterSphere

A new law which comes into effect from next week will punish gay sex and adultery with death in the tiny southeast Asian kingdom of Brunei.Introducing on April 3, any individual found guilty of the offenses will be stoned to death, according to a new penal code. American actor George Clooney has called for a boycott of nine Brunei-owned hotels over Brunei’s imposition of death penalty for gay sex and adultery. Here some reactions from the twittersphere condemning the ‘barbaric’ law.

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