Sometimes we do get frustrated when we kena saman, but no matter where our emotions take us to, we still gotta pay our fines.
A 35-year-old mechanic kena saman by an officer, but he decided to not only write cuss words on the saman sheet, but he also interfered with the officer at the same time.
According to Metro, he admitted to his two offences at Seremban Magistrate Court yesterday (4 May), writing vulgar words at the signature section of the saman, and disrespecting the officer on duty.
Everything has a price that has to be paid. This man was fined RM8,000 in total, and if he fails to pay RM4,500 for his first offence, he will be sentenced to jail for 8 months; and failure to pay RM3,500 for his second offence will be another 4 months of jail time.
And to imagine that he was originally only fined for not wearing a seat belt. He should have just let it slide and not be so gatal!
Netizens made comments like, “A cuss word costs RM4,500, so be careful and be polite”, “The most expensive cuss word!”, and “He deserved it”, etc.
Don’t play play, okay? Taking jokes too far may have a huge price to pay!
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