The chopper did not have permission to land at the field.
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Police have taken statements from several individuals, including a ‘Datuk’, in connection with the helicopter that had landed in the middle of the Padang Ipoh public field in Perak on Friday (23 July).
The chopper was reportedly there in order to pick up an order of Nasi Ganja (36 packs in total) to be flown over to customers in Kuala Lumpur.
Perak Police Chief Datuk Mior Faridalatrash Wahid said that everyone involved in the incident had been identified.
According to the Ipoh Civil Aviation Authority of Malaysia (CAAM), the chopper did not have permission to land at the field.
With news of the flying nasi ganja delivery service, people in Ipoh have reportedly been crowding local restaurants in order to get their fix of the sky-high cuisine.
New Straits Times quoted the owner of the popular Yong Suan Coffee Shop along Jalan Yang Kalsom saying that business has been soaring since the incident.
Despite the mystery surrounding who was behind the helicopter delivery service, people were still eager to line up for their favourite dish.
I have also received a number of calls from my family, friends and regular customers who asked me who was the person who bought the ‘nasi ganja’ and had them delivered by helicopter. To be honest, I don’t know.Mohd Nihmathullah Syed Mustaffah owner of Yong Suan Coffee Shop via New Straits Times
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