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PORTUGAL, Indonesia — A video of a player in a black Porsche smashing through the house of a Malaysian bank is the latest example of how people can play online and still have fun.
The video, posted on the Facebook page of online poker site DominoOnline Indonesia, has been viewed nearly 7.6 million times.
It started with a woman smashing into a bank in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, on Wednesday.
She was arrested by police after she was accused of breaking into a Malaysian branch of the World Bank.
The bank says it will not prosecute.
Poker players who break into banks and get caught are punished by having to pay a penalty of between 10,000 and 30,000 Malaysian ringgit ($6,000 to $7,000) for every violation, according to the Malaysian bank.
It says that penalty is waived if the player pays a fine of 100,000 ringgit.
The video, which shows the woman smashing through a bank’s front window and breaking through the windows of the bank’s building, is the most recent example of someone breaking into banks to play poker.
In September, a video of an American woman playing poker on the street was posted on Facebook that went viral.
In February, another video of people playing poker in Malaysia went viral, and there were reports that a similar video had been posted on social media in Indonesia.
In Malaysia, it is illegal for players to be caught breaking into bank branches.
However, police say they do catch people breaking into shops, bars and restaurants.
They have said they will prosecute anyone caught breaking the law.
The Malaysian government said it was aware of the video and would be taking action.
Malaysian Premier Najib Razak called the video “unacceptable” and said he would personally take action against the person who filmed it.