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Monday, November 29, 2021

RICH MSIAN MAN SENDS HELICOPTER TO DA BAO FOOD

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Recently in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, a customer took his craving for the Nasi Kandar at Ipoh to the next level.

Due to the Movement Control Order (MCO), the customer could not travel there to collect the dish and therefore, sent a helicopter instead to collect packets of it.

This led to an investigation by the Malaysian Police in Perak, and they recorded the statements of the police station chief who gave the green light, the complainant, the food premises owner, and the helicopter company owner.

A statement was then later released stating that the helicopter was only given permission to travel interstate for maintenance.

“The permit was not to pick up nasi ganja order”, the statement read.

Police are still investigating and the findings would be referred to deputy public prosecutor for further instructions soon.

Members of the public were unhappy over the issue and questioned on why the flight was authorised by the relevant agencies at a time when movement restrictions were in place.

Meanwhile, the owner of the helicopter said he would leave it to the police to investigate the legality of the flight, and that “all papers were in order”.

“I have nothing much to say except that it was a quick pick-up. I have appointed my lawyers to handle the matter and we will give our full cooperation.”

Would you guys do something like this just for the love of food?

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