Cops issue compounds to 25 for violating Covid-19 SOP at entertainment outlet

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  • Saturday, 10 Apr 2021

KUALA LUMPUR: The police issued compounds to 25 people for violating the Covid-19 standard operating procedures (SOPs) following a raid on an entertainment outlet at Jalan Yap Kwan Seng on Friday (April 9).

Dang Wangi OCPD Asst Comm Mohamad Zainal Abdullah said police raided the premises at about 8.30pm.

"We issued compounds to 25 locals - 18 men and seven women - for violating the Covid-19 SOPs.

"We also detained seven Thai women for suspicions of possessing fake travel documents while four Bangladeshi men and a Thai woman were also arrested for not having valid travel documents," he said when contacted on Saturday (April 10).

He added that those detained and compounded were aged between 20 and 50.

"The club was quite hidden and they only accept regular customers. They also have ample security and CCTV surveillance," he said.

ACP Mohamad Zainal also warned the public, foreigners and entertainment outlet owners to adhere to the Covid-19 SOPs.

"We will take stern actions on the violators," he said.

He also urged those with information on any SOP violations or crimes to contact the nearest police station.

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