Malaysian actor Norman Hakim and family to be queried by police over SOP violation


A viral photo on Norman Hakim's social media showed that the family had a gathering of about 13 individuals that violates the Aidilfitri SOP. Photo: Norman Hakim/Instagram

Malaysian actor Norman Hakim and his family members will be called up by the police to give their statements after it has been reported that they have violated the SOP under the current movement control order.

Head of police for Ampang Jaya Mohamad Farouk Eshak said his department has received a police report on this matter.

According to Mohamad Farouk, a viral photo on Norman's social media showed that the family had a gathering of about 13 individuals that violates the Aidilfitri SOP set by the Malaysian National Security Council.

"The photo showed a Hari Raya celebration attended by family members who might not live under the same roof. This incident happened at the celebrity's residence in Hulu Kelang," he said in a statement on May 17.

"This case is still under investigation and the police will be calling all involved to give their statement."

According to mStar, The Star's Malay portal, Norman and his family – including ex-wife Abby Abadi – gathered on the first day of Syawal which caused netizens to question the celebrity as Raya visiting is prohibited under the current MCO.

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