Foreign worker jailed two months for attempting to bribe policeman with RM150

BUTTERWORTH: A Bangladeshi man was jailed two months by a Sessions Court for trying to bribe a policeman when he was detained for not wearing his face mask properly at a shopping mall here.

The furniture shop worker, only known as Jahir, 49, was also fined RM10,000 in default two months' jail after he admitted offering RM150 to a policeman while on his way to a police station in a patrol car.

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