Ex-JPJ deputy head fined RM2,000 for driving on emergency lane


PUTRAJAYA: The former Road Transport Department (JPJ) deputy chief who drove on the emergency lane was slapped with a maximum RM2,000 fine for the offence but he was all smiles after the court passed the sentence.

The prosecutor had argued and asked for a maximum sentence which included jail time but the court finally meted out the maximum fine on Datuk Yusoff Ayob (pic), far more than the previous RM600 fine.

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