Police deny providing actor Special Action Unit training


  • Nation
  • Sunday, 19 Jan 2014

KUALA LUMPUR: Police denied providing Special Action Unit training to celebrity Farid Kamil as alleged by a local daily.

Bukit Aman police headquarters Inspector-General of Police secretariat (Corporate Communication) assistant chief ACP Datin Asmawati Ahmad said the police have not provided any such training to members of the public.

“We urge all parties not to link this department with any inaccurate information in order to prevent any confusion,” she said on the police Facebook page.

The daily reported that movie actor and director Farid became the first local celebrity to undergo the special police training from last week.

He was quoted saying that he had applied for the three-month training to discipline himself and build up his strength to help his career. — Bernama

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