Cheating cases: Lodge reports instead of resorting to public smearing campaign, say cops

Scores of the posters were pasted on the pillars of a flyover and street light poles in Lintas.

KOTA KINABALU: The authorities have issued a warning to the public not to put up illegal advertisements such as posters and banners on public property especially if they involved allegations of crimes having been committed.

This came after A4-sized posters were found pasted on the pillars of a flyover as well as on streetlight poles in Lintas here several days ago.

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