Doctor and business partner fined RM95,000 for offering illegal ambulatory services

JOHOR BARU: Two women operating a beauty centre, one of whom is a doctor, were fined a total of RM95,000 by the Sessions Court here for providing unlicenced ambulatory services and aesthetic surgery.

The accused, Dr Suzana Hasnan, 52, and Eng Kwi Lah, 54, were found guilty of committing the offence on Sept 3, 2015 at about 12.45pm at their business premises at Jalan Molek 1/5A in Taman Molek here.

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