Yesterday, a picture of a woman wearing a pink tag on her wrist was seen eating and drinking at a cafe in Bandar Meru Raya, Ipoh, went viral. She was given Home Monitoring Instructions (HSO) and was supposed to abide by it by remaining at home but somehow she allegedly chose to ignore it.
Today, Twitter user and Malaysian Youtuber @IsaacosmanTV posted a picture of a guy in a similar situation, having a meal in a kopitiam with a pink tag on his wrist.
Contoh lembu yang tak reti makan dalam kandang pic.twitter.com/DPuDpOZ5TT
— isaacosman.tv (@IsaacosmanTV) July 21, 2020
“This is an example of a cow who doesn’t know how to eat in the shed.”
He explained that the kopitiam is located near Sri Hartamas, Kuala Lumpur and that he immediately left the premises worrying for his safety.
Not to worry, he also clarified that he has reported the person to the authorities.
The woman from Ipoh, Perak is currently being investigated by the Perak state Health Department.
Perak Health Director, Datuk Dr Ding Lay Ming said, his party took note of the picture and has immediately taken action to investigate the complaint.
With the increasing number of cases and clusters, it’s disappointing to see Malaysians act so irresponsibly and selfishly by not obeying SOPs. Malaysians, remember, we’re all together in this battle towards ending Covid-19.
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