For those of us who enjoy partying every once in a while, it’s sad that the Covid-19 outbreak has closed all the entertainment outlets. But, it is a smart choice as the virus continues to spread in the community and entertainment outlets may very well be some of the most crowded places around.
But just because someone decides to throw a party privately, instead of at an entertainment outlet does not mean that the Covid-19 virus will back down.
The Info Roadblock JPJ/POLIS took to their Facebook page to showcase a private party in Medini Utara, Johor, that was raided by the police.
Police officers arrested 31 people including 21 who were present at the party and 10 more people from another raid, totaling 18 men and 13 women.
What makes things worse is that all the individuals tested positive for methamphetamine, ketamine and THC after urine tests were done, reported Harian Metro.
Along with the arrests, the authorities also confiscated two strobe lights and two loudspeakers.
All the individuals were arrested for violating Rule 11 (1), Infectious Disease Control (PPPPB) Regulations (No.7) 2020 for the period of the Recovery Movement Control Order (RMCO). Meanwhile, this case is being investigated under Section 15 (1) (a) of the Dangerous Drugs Act 1952.
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