Looks like the whole country has been deceived by the viral abang burger, who was recently slapped with a RM50,000 compound for flouting the Covid-19 SOPs !
Well, the plot twist started after someone took to social media to expose the Kelantanese man, Wan Faisal Wan Mohd Kadir’s shocking past to the public.
Allegedly, Faisal’s burger stall has often violated the SOP by running until late at night, at about 1 to 2am ever since the first MCO took place. His house was also said to have been used as a port for people to hang out and would often be filled with cars.
“There was this one time when the police came to issue a warning to him, but because he was being stubborn enough in flouting the SOPs, the villagers then lodged a report about this. That’s why he was compounded,” one Facebook user revealed.
It was further revealed that the burger seller was previously compounded RM1k, but still ignored the order to close the shop as per requested. The allegations didn’t stop just there, guys! Another netizen also provided an evidence in a form of a screenshot, showing Faisal informing a customer that his shop is open until 4am.
Not only that, others also claimed that Faisal has been living a lavish lifestyle after several pictures of him and his family began making rounds on social media. One of the photos shows him and wife, Norlaili Shafii standing in front of a Honda Civic, while another one shows him having his meal at an expensive steak restaurant.
In clearing the air on the ongoing accusations, Norlaili has came forth to ask the public to stop “investigating” their personal affairs. According to her, the car and also the house that they own are the result of their hard work over 16 years of running the business.
“We bought the house in debt with my siblings and in-laws, more than RM16,000 has not been paid. Fortunately, they understand the situation. I even sold my jewelries to build this house, 306 square meters, and it only has three rooms,” Norlaili told Sinar Harian.
She added, “Maybe (the netizens said that) because the construction from the outside of our house looks like a luxury bungalow. Whereas for the car, we bought it in 2018. It’s not my property, but it’s the bank’s property because we’re still in debt. God is Great, I can no longer explain one by one in detail, that’s it.”
In clarifying about the viral photo of her husband eating at an expensive steakhouse, Norlaili said that the picture was taken last year. “My pregnant sister was craving for beef wagyu. We ate there with our family, which consists of over 10 people. We also shared the bill altogether. That was the first time I ate at an expensive restaurant located next to Kota Darul Naim,” she shared.
“Prior to the Covid-19 outbreak, our business operated from 6pm to 4am. Our income has been severely affected over the past year due to the pandemic. To all netizens out there, stop investigating the matter because it could only lead to defamation,” Norlaili concluded her chat with the local publication.
For the uninitiated, Faisal made nationwide headlines earlier this week after he was slapped with a whopping RM50K compound while running his burger stall at his house in Kota Bharu, Kelantan. Here’s the full scope.
Source: Sinar Harian via Gempak.