Lunch break disrupted after blackouts hit KL court complex


KUALA LUMPUR: The Kuala Lumpur Court Complex on Jalan Duta also faced a blackout at about 12.45pm on Wednesday (July 27).

People who were busy getting their lunch at the basement level's cafeteria had a shock when all lights went off.

Many of them had to use the torchlight on their mobile phones to see what dishes they were choosing for their lunch, as well as getting back to their workplace.

Since it was nearing lunch hour, ongoing court sessions were mainly on a break.

It was learnt that some cases had to be adjourned, while some continued after the electricity was restored at about 1.55pm.

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