41 y/o Melaka Man Fined RM3100 For Hurling Pack Of Urine Into Neighbour’s Home Over Football Dispute

The Magistrate’s Court in Melaka has fined a 41-year-old man from Melaka Tengah, RM3,100 after he flung a bag of urine and a container of black oil at his neighbor’s home.

It was reported that his actions were a result of dissatisfaction following a football-related issue.

According to the allegations, the accused was found to have hurled a pack of liquids, thought to be urine, towards his neighbor’s home in effort to arouse their ire and disrupt their peace on the morning of October 18 this year.

Mohd. Nazri Nazaruddin, the defendant, was sentenced by Magistrate Sharda Shienha Mohd. Suleiman after he pleaded guilty to both of the charges that were read to him.

He was charged pursuant to Section 14 of the Minor Offenses Act of 1955 for the first infraction, which is punishable with a fine of up to RM100.

The second accusation pertains to the fact that he was found to have violated his neighbour and committed treachery by tossing a container of black oil into the home with the aim to inflict damage to the property.

Under Section 427 of the Penal Code, a convicted individual may face a sentence of up to two years in prison, a fine, or both.

It is believed that the accused harboured discontent regarding neighbourhood football games, and this led to his criminal behaviour.

The court conclusively ordered a fine of RM100 or 5 days in prison if the accused fails to make payment for the first charge, and RM3,000 or 2 months in jail if the payment is not received for the second charge.

The verdict was reached upon considering all opposing viewpoints.