The pandemic has brought about a very different lifestyle for everyone. Aside from wearing masks and always being aware of SOPs, MCOs seems to be coming and going like the seasons.
Of course, MCO has its own challenges. Other than finding things to do at home, going out presents challenges like facing roadblocks. This lady encountered a roadblock and her reaction to them was explosive!
Last night (5th May), a woman posted several complaints on Facebook about being roadblocked. After the posts went viral, she deleted them, but netizens were quick to screenshot them. According to the posts, she encountered a police roadblock in Putrajaya. She claimed she did not encounter a roadblock when she drove to her destination, but only on the return trip. The police officer asked her for a letter, but she could not produce one. Although the officer stated she could be issued a RM10,000 fine, the woman was released without a ticket.
The woman was not happy with how she had been treated and she took to the internet to express it. “Putrajaya police are XX. If you want to issue a fine, just do it,” she wrote. “Talk so much, you think I’m scared!” She also called them “dogs” after ranting about their actions. “I was very patient just now,” the woman said. “I wanted to turn back and destroy the roadblock.” She made it clear that they made her very angry.
Aside from taking a potshot at the police officers, she also went after the government and enforcers. She said they were all like dogs. “You and the criminals are the same!” she boldly stated. The woman also took responsibility for her own words, claiming her Facebook account had not been hacked. “That’s just something small children and ‘stupid’ ministers say,” she said cheekily. “‘Stupid’ here means ‘beloved’.” However she did delete the post later.
The police are currently looking into the matter. They are citing Article 506 (criminal intimidation) of the Criminal Code to initiate an investigation.
Update (7th May):
The woman has since been arrested. More details here.
Source: China Press