JAKARTA – Jakarta’s police chief said Thursday that the Indonesia publishers of Playboy magazine should put off their next issue after attacks on their offices.
About 300 hardline Islamists vandalized the building housing Playboy’s offices Wednesday in a protest against its publication in the world’s most-populous Muslim nation.
The protesters threw rocks at the front lobby, breaking windows of the building in the south of Jakarta several days after the magazine hit Indonesian news-stands for the first time.
Police made some efforts to stop the attackers but did not arrest anyone.
“It would be better if there were a deal to postpone the second edition,” Jakarta police chief Firman Gani told reporters…