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Petrol Bomb Thrown At KK Mart Bidor Did Not Explode

Petrol Bomb Thrown At KK Mart Bidor Did Not Explode

KK Mart staff in its Bidor, Perak outlet were working inside the store when the bomb was thrown.

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A petrol bomb was reportedly thrown at a KK Mart convenience store in Bidor, Perak, this morning (26 March).

China Press reported that the bomb landed in front of the store and did not detonate.

It was reported that an unknown individual threw the petrol bomb at the KK Mart outlet at around 5am. At the time, the staff members were working inside the store.

The staff quickly lodged a police report after the incident.

KK Mart has been deluged in controversy after socks bearing the word “Allah” were found in its Bandar Sunway outlet.

Despite apologies and immediate action by KK Mart to rectify the issue, the controversy sparked a boycott by UMNO Youth.

Mydin boss Ameer Ali Mydin claimed UMNO Youth exploited the outrage for political mileage.  

Today, KK Mart founder Datuk Seri Dr Chai Kee Kan and his wife Datin Seri Loh Siew Mui, who is the director, pleaded not guilty to intentionally wounding the religious feelings of Muslims.

They were charged under Section 298 of the Penal Code.

READ MORE: KK Mart Founder & Director Face Charges For Wounding Religious Feelings Of Muslims

READ MORE: KK Mart Slammed For Selling Socks With “Allah” Print, Issues Immediate Apology

READ MORE: More Than Just An Apology: Founder KK Chai Details Steps Taken In Socks Controversy

READ MORE: Mydin Boss Urges UMNO Youth Chief To Stop Exploiting “Allah” Socks Issue For Political Mileage

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