A football fan sent RM15 cash along with an apology letter to the Terengganu Football Association (TFA) after he sneaked into the Stadium Sultan Mizan Zainal Abidin on Nov 4 without a ticket. The association received the letter from an unknown person at its office in Wisma Seri Amar on Nov 15. In the letter, the anonymous person confessed to his wrongdoing and said sorry for trespassing to watch the Malaysia Cup quarterfinal match between Terengganu and Lions XII. The man wrote that he was afraid to face judgment in the afterlife and even swore that he would not to repeat the mistake. TFA chairman Datuk Wan Ahmad Nizam Wan Abdul Hamid said he appreciated the fan's honesty and would like to meet him. The association is hoping the fan will step forward to receive a gift for being honest.
>Viral message saves scammed businessman
A viral message reportedly saved a 43-year-old businessman who was cheated in a scam which left him with a stockpile of roti paratha. Shamsul Shah Sulaiman managed to sell all 850 cartons of roti paratha in a day after a message highlighting his plight went viral. "At first, I was wondering why my shop was suddenly filled with customers and they were buying in large quantities. My phone was also flooded with calls, asking for the shop location," said Shamsul. He then realised that the public had responded to a viral message about his failed business. Shamsul has met the person who started the viral message and thanked him for helping him get out of the business mess. He was one of the 37 small-and-medium industry entrepreneurs who fell victim to a co-operative business scam. After getting rid of his stock, Shamsul offered his shop to the other victims to sell their products. "The most important thing is that we can settle all of our debts, including bank loans, factory expenses and salaries," he said.