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Is It Malaysian Police's Revenge Or Reminder?

Is It Malaysian Police’s Revenge Or Reminder?

    August 20, 2011




KUALA LUMPUR – Two Singaporeans and a local were arrested by Bukit Aman highway patrol police for attempting to bribe police personnel during a speed limit operation at KM224 of the North-South Expressway, near here today.

The arrest was made just a few days after a Singaporean recorded a local police asking for bribe money and the clip was then spread through a famous website of the republic.

Perhaps the arrest on the two Singaporeans is made as a reminder from the police to Singaporeans to not bribe to Malaysian police anymore.

Bukit Aman traffic enforcement staff officer, Supt Hamzah Ahmad, said the three men, aged between 34 and 45, had offered bribes of between RM30 and RM50 to policemen who detained them for speeding.

“Their statements were taken at the Rembau Police headquarters before they were referred to the Seremban Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission for further action,” he said when contacted.

He said the two-hour operation, which began at 9am, involved 17 personnel headed by Chief Inspector Mohd Zain Mat Dris.

Forty summonses were issued during the operation for various offenses including speeding and expired driving license and road tax.

Meanwhile, Sin Chew newspaper reported that police had identified the traffic officer that had asked for the bribe from the Singaporean like what was previously recorded.

According to the newspaper, the officer was suspended while investigation is under progress.

Last Tuesday, Mynewshub.my had reported a website, stomp.com.sg, which was believed to be a Singapore-based website, posting a video clip that showed a Malaysian police traffic in full uniform, accepting@asking for bribe money from a Singaporean driver.

The 1.59 minute video showed that the driver who was heading to Malaysia via Johor Causeway was held by the traffic police for driving more than the speed limit as he went on 125 kilometer per hour instead of 110 kilometer per hour like what was set as the limit.

The clip didn’t really show where did it happened but the website had uploaded a few pictures of the operation at the scene.

In the clip that was recorded on July 8 showed that the traffic officer was asking something that was believed to be either the driver’s identity card or his driver’s license, normal procedure.

But a few seconds later, as if he has gotten really used to practicing bribery, the officer asked for a RM100 bribe from the driver so that he could avoid getting any ticket, but the driver didn’t agree to the amount.

After few seconds of negotiations, the bribe managed to be reduced to RM50, the Singaporean driver was then released by the officer as he slipped in the money he received into his ticket book.

The video clip also used ‘Malaysia Truly Asia’ song as the background of the video as a sarcasm to Malaysia as the song was used by the Tourism Ministry to promote Malaysia to the world.

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KUALA LUMPUR - Two Singaporeans and a local were arrested by Bukit Aman highway patrol police for attempting to bribe police personnel during a speed limit operation at KM224 of the North-South Expressway, near here today. The arrest was made just a few days after a Singaporean recorded a local...
KUALA LUMPUR - Two Singaporeans and a local were arrested by Bukit Aman highway patrol police for attempting to bribe police personnel during a speed limit operation at KM224 of the North-South Expressway, near here today. The arrest was made just a few days after a Singaporean recorded a local police asking for bribe money and the clip was then spread through a famous website of the republic. Perhaps the arrest on the two Singaporeans is made as a reminder from the police to Singaporeans to not bribe to Malaysian police anymore. Bukit Aman traffic enforcement staff officer, Supt Hamzah Ahmad, said the three men, aged between 34 and 45, had offered bribes of between RM30 and RM50 to policemen who detained them for speeding. <strong>"Their statements were taken at the Rembau Police headquarters before they were referred to the Seremban Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission for further action,"</strong> he said when contacted. He said the two-hour operation, which began at 9am, involved 17 personnel headed by Chief Inspector Mohd Zain Mat Dris. Forty summonses were issued during the operation for various offenses including speeding and expired driving license and road tax. Meanwhile, Sin Chew newspaper reported that police had identified the traffic officer that had asked for the bribe from the Singaporean like what was previously recorded. According to the newspaper, the officer was suspended while investigation is under progress. Last Tuesday, Mynewshub.my had reported a website, stomp.com.sg, which was believed to be a Singapore-based website, posting a video clip that showed a Malaysian police traffic in full uniform, <a href="mailto:accepting@asking">accepting@asking</a> for bribe money from a Singaporean driver. The 1.59 minute video showed that the driver who was heading to Malaysia via Johor Causeway was held by the traffic police for driving more than the speed limit as he went on 125 kilometer per hour instead of 110 kilometer per hour like what was set as the limit. The clip didn't really show where did it happened but the website had uploaded a few pictures of the operation at the scene. In the clip that was recorded on July 8 showed that the traffic officer was asking something that was believed to be either the driver's identity card or his driver's license, normal procedure. But a few seconds later, as if he has gotten really used to practicing bribery, the officer asked for a RM100 bribe from the driver so that he could avoid getting any ticket, but the driver didn't agree to the amount. After few seconds of negotiations, the bribe managed to be reduced to RM50, the Singaporean driver was then released by the officer as he slipped in the money he received into his ticket book. The video clip also used ‘Malaysia Truly Asia' song as the background of the video as a sarcasm to Malaysia as the song was used by the Tourism Ministry to promote Malaysia to the world.

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  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100002049142744 HiroHiro Cyril

    goodnightguys!

    Public CommentUsergoodnightguys!
  • saiful nizam

    whatever the reason was…. don’t let the car out of malaysia without paying for the ticket(s)!!!

    Public CommentUserwhatever the reason was.... don't let the car out of malaysia without paying for the ticket(s)!!!


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