Two foreign women nabbed for trying to bribe cops in Seremban


SEREMBAN: Two Indonesian women have been remanded for seven days to assist in a probe for allegedly offering and giving a RM100 bribe to the police.

Magistrate Nurul Saqinah Rosli signed the order on Thursday (Feb 1) following an application by Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission prosecuting officer Zainab Yahya.

The women, aged 40 and 44, were said to have offered the bribe at the Seremban 2 police station after they allegedly committed an offence under the Road Transport Act 1987.

The suspects were detained after they were called in for questioning at the Negri Sembilan MACC office at around 9.30pm on Wednesday (Jan 31).

The case is being investigated under Section 17(b) of the MACC Act 2009.

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