Bodyguard 'behaved oddly' and drew out gun in cafe court told


  • Nation
  • Wednesday, 27 Feb 2019

Ja'afar (with head bowed) being led out of the Penang High Court in George Town on Feb 27, 2019. – LIM BENG TATT/The Star

GEORGE TOWN: The bodyguard who allegedly shot his employer is said to have been behaving oddly on the day of the incident and even drew out his gun unexpectedly at a cafe in Karpal Singh Drive.

Witness Lim Boon Leng, 35, who is slain businessman Datuk Ong Teik Kwong' business partner, said he was concerned about how the accused, Ja'afar Halid, was acting.

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