Seven men in Kelantan get warning notices for wearing shorts at restaurant


TANAH MERAH: Seven men here were given warning notices for wearing thigh-length shorts by the Kelantan Religious Affairs Department (JHEAIK) on Friday (March 17).

The seven were at a 'sisha' outlet during a joint operation by the Tanah Merah District Council, the Tanah Merah Health Department, the National Anti-Drug Agency (AADK) and JHEAIK, Malay language daily Sinar Harian reported.

Sources from the district council told Sinar Harian that the raid was organised following complaints of 'shisha' smoking at a restaurant near Gertak Chaber.

"We seized seven 'shisha' pipes and issued a warning notice to the operator.

"At the same time, the Health Department issued 11 compound notices totalling RM1,900 under the Control of Tobacco Product Regulations 2004.

"Five compound notices worth a total of RM1,500 were also issued for food safety violations at the restaurant," the source told Sinar on Saturday (March 18).

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