Cops investigating possible SOP violations in 'group dancing' incident

PETALING JAYA: Several standard operating procedure (SOP) violations have been identified by the police in an incident where a group of people were caught on camera dancing.

"The event occurred in April when programmes were allowed to take place. However, several SOP violations have been identified, which we are investigating," Selangor police chief Comm Datuk Arjunaidi Mohamed said in an online press conference Wednesday (July 28).

Previously, Shah Alam OCPD Asst Comm Baharudin Mat Taib, in a statement on July 24, said that a report had been lodged after a video of the event at a hotel in Glenmarie was posted on social media.

The video showed the group dancing, some without face masks and with no physical distancing observed.

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