As you may be aware, the Enhanced Movement Control Order (EMCO) enforcement in several areas around Selangor and KL has made people rather restless at home.
The current SOPs clearly states that only one representative per household is allowed to go out to buy essential items within a 10 km radius. However, this Malaysian woman took offence when she was slapped with a RM4k compound after going shopping at a Mydin hypermarket in Subang Jaya.
The shopper took to her Facebook to vent her frustration about the situation. According to her post, she had to drive her mom to the Mydin mart to buy some Indian spices, as she is no longer able to travel all the way to Brickfields.
She further claimed that the police were waiting “inside the Mydin parking lot and were writing summons for those after shopping.” As a result, the mother-and-daughter duo were fined RM2,000 each for breaching the SOPs during the grocery trip.
Nonetheless, the lady’s complaint has in turn received tons of criticism from local netizens. In contrast to her previous claims on her social media, a lot of them pointed out that she was obviously at fault for flouting the SOPs.
Not only that, others even went as far as to viciously poke fun at her nails hygiene. One FB user wrote, “Please clean your nails first. Or it’s better for you to cut them. It’s all about cleanliness. Later talk about spices. Then (you can talk about) SOPs”.
Check out some of the comments here:
Refusing to stay silent about the naysayers’ comments about her nails (particularly her middle finger nail), the FB user clarified that it was broken a few days ago when she was doing her juicing video. For those interested, read her full explanation here:
Source: Oh My Media.