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Friday August 15, 2014 MYT 1:23:44 PM
by victoria brown
From Perkasa Selangor's Facebook page.
PETALING JAYA: The woman filmed hitting an elderly Chinese man's car with a steering lock, has reportedly joined the Selangor chapter of Malay rights group Perkasa but refuses to comment on the matter.
When contacted by The Star Online Friday, Siti Fairrah Ashykin Kamaruddin, commonly known as Kiki, said curtly: "Please do not call me again, I will not be giving any comment."
It was reported on Thursday that Perkasa's Selangor chapter had announced Siti Fairrah as one of its newest members by uploading a photo of her holding up her membership card and certificate along with another new member, on Perkasa Selangor's Facebook page.
"Perkasa honorary secretary presenting the membership card and certificate of membership to our two new members Siti Fairrah Ashykin Binti Kamaruddin (Kiki) and Mohd Syahidzuan Bin Samsudin at the Perkasa Selangor office," wrote Perkasa on its page.
This came after Selangor Perkasa launched a fund to help "lighten the financial burden" for Siti Fairrah in paying her RM5,000 fine in July.
A social media storm erupted after the video capturing her verbally abusing an elderly Chinese man and hitting his car with a steering lock was uploaded on YouTube.
Siti Fairrah pleaded guilty to the charge under Section 427 of the Penal Code, which carries a jail term of up to two years or a fine or both.
She was said to have committed the offence at the parking lot of UTC, Jalan Sekilau in Kuantan on July 14 at about 1.10pm.
The judge imposed a RM5,000 fine besides ordering her to perform 240 hours of community work.
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