DAP asks restaurant to take down ad

PETALING JAYA: A restaurant has been asked by DAP to take down an advertisement posted on its Facebook page that seemingly poked fun at the recent controversy surrounding Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng and the purchase of a bungalow in the state.

In a message to Iskandar Azaman, who owns Skohns Canteen in Damansara Perdana, DAP Media and Communications Officer Medaline Chang said that while she understood the advertisement was made in jest, she said it would be appreciated if Iskandar removed it.

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