Threaten Mentega Terbang director: Don’t take action yourself, it’s out of bounds
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysians are reminded to obey the law and not to take any action on their own that could damage property and threaten lives, said Communications and Digital Minister Fahmi Fadzil.
In a tweet on Twitter, he said that the people of this country should follow the existing laws and not act out of bounds.
“I strongly condemn these threats as well as any actions outside the limits of the law. Obey the law, do not take actions that can damage property, threaten lives,
” Follow the law, don’t take matters into your own hands ,” he continued, continuing the tweet on Thursday.
The statement was made in relation to photos of vehicles allegedly belonging to the director and actors of the film Mentega Terbang being vandalized as well as threatening notes from unknown individuals that went viral on the social media platform.
Earlier, four photos went viral on Twitter showing Toyota and Proton cars splashed with paint and acid, as well as threatening notes threatening the lives of the victim’s family on the car’s windshield.
Meanwhile, the media reported that the police had opened the papers according to Section 427 of the Penal Code and Section 507 of the Penal Code after receiving a report from the victim.
Selangor Police Chief, Datuk Hussein Omar Khan said, the incident happened in two areas namely Kajang and Ampang Jaya involving the case of splashing car paint and leaving threatening notes.
Previously, the local indie film that was shown through the video streaming platform invited criticism and anger from the public, following the work allegedly showing scenes with elements that are against religious beliefs and beliefs.