MCO 2.0: Noisy neighbour gets fined for late night karaoke session


SIBU: A man who sang karaoke until the wee hours of Saturday (Jan 30) was fined RM1,000 for breaching the movement control order.

Sibu OCPD ACP Stanley Jonathan Ringgit said a neighbour of the 21-year-old man at Jalan Tun Ahmad Zaidi Adruce had called up the police due to the loud singing.

A patrol team led by ASP Kushairy Bujang later showed up at the man's house.

"The man admitted to singing karaoke while his other friends who were inside the house had a hangover after a drinking session," he said.

Meanwhile, three women were also compounded for wandering aimlessly at Jalan Market around 3.20am on the same day.

The three women, aged 26 to 34, failed to provide a good reason for being outside the house during the MCO period.

The three women and the 21-year-old man were later brought to the central police station and were fined RM1,000 each.

They committed the offence under Regulation 15 (Prevention and Control of Infectious Diseases (Measures in the Area of Infection Area) (No. 2) Regulations 2021.

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