MCO: Lorry driver gets one month for 'hanging out' with friend


KUALA LUMPUR: A lorry driver was sentenced to one month in jail by a Magistrate's Court in Selayang here on Tuesday (March 31) after he pleaded guilty to violating the movement control order (MCO).

P.R. Yugendran, 26, admitted to violating the MCO, which required him to be within the confines of his home by going out without a reasonable excuse.

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