Malaysian singer-actor Aiman Tino and his dad were compounded for a total of RM1,000 for allegedly breaking the conditional movement control order (CMCO) on Tuesday evening (26th May).

According to Berita Harian, Aiman (real name Muhammad Aiman Yusri) and his father, Yusri Ishak, went out to a fishing pond located in Ampang Pecah, Kuala Kubu Bharu to participate in angling activities.

Aiman Tino
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Claiming that he felt “trapped”, the “Ku Rela Dibenci singer remarked, “I was shocked and wondering why the police sued me and my dad along with the others. We entered the area in accordance to the standard operating procedure (SOP) that was provided by the pool owner.”

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He continued, “During the raid, it was raining very heavily. A lot of people took shelter at the sitting area, and at that time there were more than 20 people. However, the cops refused to hear our explanation and continued issuing compound to visitors.”

 

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The news outlet further reported that a total of 59 fishermen were charged with the same amount of compound each. Additionally, those slapped with the fine must settle the payment this coming 8th June.

Source: Berita Harian.

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