Film director Michael Ang took to his Instagram to vent out his anger at the crowd gathering outside the court (with no social distancing measures) during the trial case of former Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak earlier today (Tuesday, 28th July).
In case you missed it, the former premier was found guilty of all seven charges relating to the misappropriation of RM42 million funds from SRC International Sdn Bhd, a former subsidiary of sovereign wealth fund 1MDB.
“Salam everyone. Honestly speaking, I really don’t care about Pak Najib (Razak)’s issue. But what I do care about are these photos. We are still facing the Covid-19 crisis. The government did warn that if the cases increase, the movement control order (MCO) will be implemented again,” the “Sweet Dreams” director wrote.
Michael also opined that the government and police should be prepared in advance to deal with such a situation. “If a new cluster emerges, it will bother us too. Where did everybody’s brains go?” he added in the post.
Many netizens took to the comments section to showcase their frustration upon seeing the pictures. Interestingly, controversial figure Nur Sajat was also seen liking his post and commented, “True…”, agreeing with Michael’s two cents worth about the matter. However, her remark ended up receiving criticism from internet trolls.