Actor undergoes court-ordered psych evaluation


ACTOR Hafidz Roshdi has undergone a court-ordered psychiatric evaluation at Hospital Bahagia in Tanjung Rambutan, reported Harian Metro.

The 29-year-old actor was ordered to do so by the Kuala Kubu Baru Magistrate’s Court after he claimed trial to assaulting his wife, Nurul Shuhada Mat Shukri, 29, on March 2.

Hafidz’s lawyer Datuk Akberdin Abdul Kader said the Harith Fayyadh actor had gone to the mental hospital to undergo treatment but the results have not been released.

“The date for the release of the test results depends on the doctor. It’s just that on Hafidz’s part, he has followed the assessment as ordered by the court,” he said.

The order for Hafidz to be sent to Hospital Bahagia for psychiatric treatment was issued by Judge Siti Fatimah Talib, who acted as magistrate, after granting deputy public prosecutor Nurul Qistini Qamarul Abrar’s request for an examination under Section 342 of the Criminal Procedure Code.

> Kosmo! reported that a woman got the shock of her life after finding mould in the contents of the curry puffs she bought at a Ramadan bazaar.

In a social media post, Emma Razali said she was shocked when the two packets of curry puffs she bought from the bazaar in Kuantan, Pahang, turned out to be mouldy.

“To the traders at this bazaar, it seems that there have been many times that (news of) bad food has gone viral. I didn’t think it would happen to me.

“I bought two packets of curry puffs but they were mouldy. Both my mother and sister had a bite. My sister told me that the curry tasted bitter.

“When I broke the curry puff open, I was surprised to see that the filling was mouldy. The skin of the curry puff was also greasy, as if it had been fried many times.

“We broke open all the curry puffs and all the filling was mouldy. There was also a bad stench,” she wrote.

According to Emma, this was the first time she had bought food that was already rotten.

“This is the worst food that I have ever bought. It did not just taste slimy or sour or stale, but it was mouldy. Imagine if this kind of food is being eaten by children or pregnant mothers,” she lamented.

● The above article is compiled from the vernacular newspapers (Bahasa Malaysia, Chinese and Tamil dailies). As such, stories are grouped according to the respective language/medium. Where a paragraph begins with this ' >'sign, it denotes a separate news item.

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