Category: Viral

Pagar asrama pekerja yang dipanjat pekerja Top Glove, Meru seperti dilaporkan pihak media sebelum ini masih berada dalam kawasan Perintah Kawalan Pergerakan Diperketatkan (PKPD), jelas Polis Selangor.

Jurucakap Khas Ops Covid-19 Polis Selangor, Asisten Komisioner Muhammad Yazid Muhammad Yew berkata, pekerja berkenaan memanjat pagar itu untuk keluar membeli barangan keperluan di sebuah rumah berdekatan, yang dijadikan kedai runcit dan premis itu juga berada dalam kawasan PKPD.

“Kejadian itu tidak menjadi isu, kerana kedai runcit berkenaan masih lagi berada dalam kawasan PKPD,” katanya pada sidang akhbar di sini hari ini.

Tambah beliau, Majlis Perbandaran Klang juga sudah mengambil tindakan terhadap pemilik kedai runcit berkenaan kerana beroperasi tanpa lesen.

Muhammad Yazid juga menyeru orang ramai supaya tidak panik mengenai kejadian tersebut kerana keselamatan di PKPD itu masih dalam keadaan terkawal.

Sementara itu, dalam kes berasingan, polis mengesahkan menerima laporan daripada syarikat Top Glove semalam berhubung penularan video yang didakwa memaparkan kekerasan pihak berkuasa ke atas pekerjanya.

“Kes tersebut masih dalam siasatan di bawah Seksyen 324 Kanun Keseksaan,” katanya.

PKPD asrama pekerja Top Glove berkuat kuasa mulai 17 November lalu, dilanjutkan sehingga 14 Disember depan susulan masih ada peningkatan kes positif Covid-19 melibatkan Kluster Teratai.

-sinarharian

A woman pedestrian died after she was hit by a car at the Green Lane Park Condominium here, with the car eventually crashing through the first floor car park wall and landing six metres below.

The pedestrian, Kim Hui Ping, 49, died on the spot while the 71-year-old car driver was seriously injured in the 11.45am accident.

Timur Laut district police chief ACP Soffian Santong said preliminary investigations showed that the driver of the Toyota Vios car panicked when she saw a woman pedestrian suddenly appearing in her path.

“The driver accidentally stepped on the accelerator and hit the woman, before her car went crashing through the first floor car park wall and landed on a car parked on the ground floor,” he said.

He said firemen took about 15 minutes to extricate the injured driver from her car.

There was no one inside the parked car which the Toyota Vios landed on.

-malaymail

GEORGE TOWN: A video showing two workers loading loaves of “roti Bengali” by just throwing them at the back of a van has gone viral.

The workers, believed to be employed by a bakery in Air Itam, were seen using their bare hands transferring the bread from carton boxes and “dumping” them at the back of a van.

It is not known when the video was taken but a woman’s voice could be heard in the video narrating the incident.

“How could they handle the bread this way with their sweaty hands, without any plastic or container to put the loaves of bread.

“It’s disgusting and how could people be eating this bread,” said the woman.

The workers were, however, oblivious to the video being taken and continued loading the loaves.

A manager of the bakery, who refused to be identified, said he could not ascertain if the workers were from his bakery as they could be agents who sourced from various bakeries.

“We will need to check as they could have bought from us, stored and loaded them at a different place,” he added.

Penang Island City Council (MBPP) licensing director Rashidah Jalaludin could not be reached for comment on the issue.

-thestar

Mayat seorang wanita warga emas ditemui terbaring di atas jalan di Kampung Kedah, Kampung Kuantan di sini malam kelmarin dipercayai dilanggar sebuah kereta.

Ketua Polis Daerah Kuala Selangor, Superintendan Ramli Kasa berkata, hasil bedah siasat yang dijalankan pada jam 3 petang tadi di Hospital Sungai Buloh mendapati punca mangsa berusia 79 tahun maut adalah disebabkan pelbagai kecederaan.

“Mangsa dipercayai terlibat dalam kemalangan jalan raya (dilanggar kereta).

“Kes akan disiasat di bawah Seksyen 41(1) Akta Pengangkutan Jalan 1987,” katanya dalam satu kenyataan medianya hari ini.

Semalam Sinar Harian melaporkan, mayat seorang wanita warga emas ditemui terbaring di atas jalan di Kampung Kedah, Kampung Kuantan.

Mayat dipercayai berbangsa Melayu itu ditemui seorang lelaki yang menghubungi talian kecemasan MERS 999 kira-kira jam 8.11 malam memaklumkan penemuan mayat mangsa dalam keadaan tidak sedarkan diri serta mengalami kecederaan bahagian kepala.

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Recently, a groom in Pakistan received a rather unusual and terrifying gift at his wedding, video of which has gone viral on social media. The video shows a woman greeting the newly-weds and then presenting him with an AK-47 rifle! Yes, you read it right. Also Read – Inspired by Sushant Singh Rajput, Pakistani Man Buys Land On Moon For His Wife As Wedding Gift

The 30-second clip shows the groom receiving the AK-47 rifle with a smile on his face and no one seems shocked. In fact, wedding guests even cheered and applauded him in the background as the woman and groom happily pose for pictures. Notably, the woman who is seen presenting the rifle is the mother-in law of the groom.

A video of the incident shared by Pakistani journalist Adeel Ahsan has surfaced online. “Kalashnikov rifle as a wedding present,” captioned the journalist.Watch it here:

Of course, people had a lot to say about the bizarre gift and many criticised it. One user said, ”That’s the reason why Pakistan is the epicentre of terror.”

However, some users pointed out that it’s a custom in some families to present the father or the grandfather’s hunting rifle to the son or grandson.

“For all those calling it an act of terrorism, hold your breaths pls. It’s a custom in some families to present the father’s or grandfather’s hunting rifle/Kalashnikov to the son/grandson on his marriage not to promote terrorism but as a gesture of honour,” a user wrote.

Here are some other reactions:

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Florida hunters were out looking for ducks last week and instead ran into some competition when they found a massive alligator not far from their boat.

A video posted on Facebook by Cass Couey last week has since gone viral and if you’ve seen it, that should come as no surprise.

In it, you see the giant reptile creep up on a duck in a swampy body of water, open its mouth and start chomping away as it devours the bird.

The video, which has more than 963,000 views and 3,000 comments, has been shared more than 13,000 times on Facebook.

“Alright you’re fed, now get outta here,” the person recording the video says.

It may not have been the first time a gator stole one of the hunters’ prey that day, either.

In the background, one of the boaters can be heard saying that was “number two of the day.”

After that, another boater is heard asking where “the other one that ate the other one” is. It’s unclear where the men were hunting.

A post from @Prohunt_ on Instagram shows a smaller gator eating one of the other ducks the group was hunting while the monster gator lurks in the background. According to that post, the massive gator in the viral video was 13 feet long.

It doesn’t appear the gators ate all the ducks, though.

According to another post from @Prohunt_, it was a successful duck hunting trip after all.

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Police here have started a probe into a six-second video clip showing a man in a police uniform kicking an individual believed to be a foreign worker, says Seremban OCPD ACP Mohd Said Ibrahim.

He said the initial investigation showed that the incident took place in Taman Jasmin in Senawang.

“We believe the incident happened when groups of foreign workers were being taken to a

Covid-19 quarantine centre.

“A police report has been lodged and we are now looking for the victim as well as the man wearing the police uniform,” he said in a statement Monday (Nov 30).

In the clip, which has since gone viral, the victim is seen seated along the road with several others when he is kicked three times by the man in the police uniform.

It cannot be immediately established as to who filmed the assault.

ACP Mohd Said said that police will probe the case thoroughly and action will be taken

against the attacker.

“We will act accordingly and there will be no compromise,” he said, adding that the

case is being investigated under Section 323 of the Penal Code, which states that it is an offence to voluntarily cause hurt to someone.

-thestar

The driver of a Toyota Vios who transported a banana tree placed horizontally across his car that it obstructed other road users at Jalan Persiaran Utama, Mutiara Rini, Skudai, here on Saturday paid the price for his brazen act when he was slapped with a traffic summons by the police.

Iskandar Puteri District Police chief ACP Dzulkhairi Mukhtar, commenting on the act which was caught on video and went viral on social media, said the 30-year-old local man was issued a summons under LN 166/59 Rule 20 for carrying a load with an improper vehicle.

He said police contacted the vehicle owner, who is in Singapore, after the video went viral.

“The owner’s son came to the police station to provide a statement yesterday (Saturday) at 8.30pm, saying the vehicle was driven by his cousin and the banana tree was for a prayer ceremony in Mutiara Rini,” Dzulkhairi said in a statement yesterday.

The driver finally turned up at the Iskandar Puteri Traffic Police Station at 9.30am yesterday to give his statement.

Dzulkhairi said checks revealed that the driver had 18 traffic summonses, including four arrest warrants and 10 non-compoundable summonses.

“The driver was taken to the Johor Baru Magistrate’s Court to settle six outstanding summonses amounting to RM1,200,” he said.

According to him, the Toyota Vios had been confiscated under Section 64 of the Road Transport Act 1987 for expired road tax. 

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A woman in the United Kingdom caused massive damage to a supermarket in Stevenage, Hertfordshire after she went on a bottle-breaking spree down the alcohol aisle.

Viral videos taken by shoppers on Wednesday show the woman sweeping wine and beer off the shelves and chucking them onto the floor, causing a pool of booze and broken glass to build up around her.

At one point, the woman loses her balance and injures her right hand after falling onto the shards.

She remained undeterred and continued tossing bottles onto the floor with her left hand while keeping her right arm raised.

According to a report by The Sun, the woman allegedly hurled a bottle of gin at a customer after he told her to “calm down.”

Television presenter Lee Clark, 50, witnessed the “extraordinary” scene himself on Wednesday and estimated that the woman must have destroyed over 500 bottles of alcohol.

“She didn’t say a word the whole time and had a very vacant look in her face.

“A man told her to calm down so she threw a bottle of gin which hit him in the leg.

“It was shocking and started getting incredibly dangerous,” said Clark.

A security guard then approached the woman from behind to restrain her and lead her away from the premises.

A Hertfordshire Police spokeswoman revealed that the woman was taken to a hospital to treat injuries on her hands and is currently under police custody.

“Police were called at around 2.30pm on Wednesday to report an incident at the Aldi supermarket in Fairlands Way, Stevenage.

“It was reported that several bottles of alcohol had been thrown onto the floor and smashed.

“Officers attended and a woman has been arrested,” the spokeswoman was quoted as saying in The Sun.

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A five-year-old boy was found dead after he was believed to have been flung out of a fourth floor apartment in Danau Kota here.

Wangsa Maju Police chief Supt Rajab Ahad Ismail, when contacted, confirmed the incident which occurred this morning and said the police were still investigating the cause of the incident.

“The child’s body was sent to the Kuala Lumpur Hospital for a post-mortem,” he said, without revealing further details on the tragic incident.

Bernama was made to understand that Wangsa Maju police would issue a statement on the incident. 

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