Kayu nasi kandar owner reports 'cheat and gambler' accusations


KUALA LUMPUR: A nasi kandar restaurant owner has lodged a police report over a poison-pen letter accusing him of being a cheat and engaging in gambling and the forecast of lottery numbers.

Sirajudin Mohamed Mydin, 48, the owner and chief executive of Kayu Nasi Kandar Restaurant, dismissed the allegations in the letter as slander by certain quarters envious of his thriving nasi kandar business.

Sirajuddin said he lodged a report at the Shah Alam police headquarters after his sister-in-law had faxed him the poison-pen letter found pasted at a hairdressing salon in Kuala Kangsar, Perak.

He said he hoped that the people would not believe the contents of the letter which attempted to discredit him and his business.

Sirajuddin claimed that his nasi kandar business was growing and that he had three restaurants, in Shah Alam, Damansara and Subang Jaya in Selangor.

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