He admitted that the photograph, which he had created personally, was merely fantasy and a work of art but insisted he would not retract the photograph or apologise to anyone.

“I did it myself and it was not done professionally. If there had been such a dinner, that is how it will be perceived. The woman in the photograph was not the real Altantuya,” he said at the PKR office here.

On Wednesday, several members of Parliament had lambasted a PKR leader for deriding a national leader by publishing the fake photograph of Najib being flanked by murdered Mongolian woman, Altantuya, and political analyst Abdul Razak Baginda.

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