The couple was charged under 3 different laws.
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So this week it became news that a woman and her husband conducted a ‘social experiment’ in which they went around town, with children in tow, to see if people would check their ‘vaccine passport’ when they dine-in at a local restaurant and perform other activities without being fully vaccinated.
Well, today, (24 August), it was reported that the woman along with her husband had been arrested.
South Klang District Police Chief Shamsul Amar Ramli revealed that the husband and wife, aged 36 and 35-years-old respectively, were detained at their home in Bandar Putera 2, Klang, Selangor.
They were being investigated under Section 269 and Seksyen 505 (b) of the Penal Code (Act 574) for acts of negligence that are likely to spread disease and for making statements that cause fear and alarm in the public.
The couple was also charged under Section 22 (b) of the Prevention and Control of Infectious Diseases Act 1988 (Act 342) for disobeying orders issued by authorities as well as Section 233 of the Communication and Multimedia Act (Act 588) for the improper use of network facilities to create or distribute offensive and false information.
The police have advised members of the public to abide by SOPs enforced by the National Security Council (MKN) in their daily lives during the Covid-19 crisis.
In her previous FB confession, the woman had allegedly mentioned that it was not impossible for people who have not been fully vaccinated to safely dine in without being bothered.
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