It wasn’t me, says ‘original nasi kandar’ operator

PETALING JAYA: Restaurateur Burhan Mohamed has been flooded with calls from friends and customers after news circulated that a nasi kandar restaurant owner had lodged a police report over a poison-pen letter.

But Burhan, who runs a chain of restaurants, wants to clarify that he is not the man linked to the report.

His business is registered as Origi­nal Penang Kayu Nasi Kandar Sdn Bhd, while the restaurant involved is called Kayu Nasi Kandar Restaurant.

“A lot of people called, asking if it was me. I want to thank them for their concern,” he told The Star.

On Wednesday, Sirajudin Moha­med Mydin, the owner of Kayu Nasi Kandar Restaurant, lodged a police report over a poison-pen letter accusing him of being a cheat and engaging in gambling and forecasting lottery numbers.

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

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