296 people at an entertainment centre has been compounded RM1,000 each after failure to comply with the RMCO (Recovery Movement Control Order) SOPs.

The night club in Bukit Jalil, which has been operating illegally, was raided by the authorities around 12:30am on Sunday (27th September).



A Twitter user took to his profile, @redzuanNewsMPB, to condemn the action of these party-goers. He also reminded in his tweet that entertainment centres are still not allowed to operate following RMCO.

It has become a weekly routine. Do they not care or what? There’re still many stubborn people violating the RMCO SOP (Standard Operating Procedure) by showing up at  entertainment centres (Not allowed to operate as of now),” he wrote.

According to Harian Metro, out of the 296 people, 195 of them were male and the rest were female. During the raid, the 27-year-old manager of the premise, 2 Chinese women and 1 Korean man, were arrested.

Source: Twitter

The effort of staying at home for months can all be ruined in one night. Do your part, avoid large gatherings, and practice social distancing.

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