The two men who pleaded guilty to allowing Anwar to perform a sex act on them had glazed eyes and one appeared to be ranting, according to a witness. Former parliamentarian Marina Yusoff, the deputy head of Anwar's opposition reform movement, said: 'It is obvious that the two people who pleaded guilty were under duress. 'They had probably been tortured or tormented and from their expressions you could see their eyes were glazed.' Mrs Yusoff said it was significant that Anwar had not been charged with the same unlawful homosexual sex charges as his adopted brother Sukma Dermawan and former speech writer Mumawar Anees, who pleaded guilty on Saturday. She said if Anwar had been charged with the same offence, the two men would have had to appear as witnesses and it would have been evident they had been coerced. Mrs Yusoff said their speedy trial on Saturday had been conducted under suspicious circumstances. She said the accused's lawyers were not allowed to see them, and instead police appointed counsel to act on their behalf. The police-appointed counsel presented almost identical mitigation, despite the two being tried by different magistrates in different courts. 'They were in collusion with the police. That was obvious,' Mrs Yusoff said. 'When one of the lawyers appeared in court he was chased by the accused, who appeared to be ranting. He was not his normal self. That was obvious to everyone,' she said. Anwar's wife, Wan Azizah Ismail, said she could not confirm rumours that her husband was being tortured because neither she nor their lawyers had been allowed contact with him since his arrest on Sunday night.