QuickCheck: Did football supporters damage the gates at a PJ stadium?

TWO videos have gone viral on social media showing a group of football supporters getting involved in a commotion at a stadium.

The videos also showed that the entry gates to the stadium's seating area were damaged in the incident.

Is it true that the entry gates to a stadium in Petaling Jaya were damaged following the commotion after a Super League match?



Petaling Jaya deputy OCPD Supt M. Hussin Sollehuddin Zolkifly, in a statement, confirmed the incident and said that two viral videos on social media were detected at 10.15am Monday (May 27), showing the aftermath of the chaos that caused damage to the entry gates to the seating area in the stadium.

He told Bernama that police were currently tracking down the suspects involved in a commotion at a Petaling Jaya stadium after a Super League match.

He said an investigation had been initiated under Section 427 of the Penal Code and Section 233 of the Communications and Multimedia Act, and the police would continue to track down the suspects involved.

"Those with information are urged to come forward to assist in the investigation.

"Any information regarding the incident can be channelled to the Petaling Jaya IPD Operations Room at 03-7966 2222," he told Bernama.


Follow us on our official WhatsApp channel for breaking news alerts and key updates!

Others Also Read