After 12 days in jail for Contempt of Court, the woman who had threatened MPSJ officer with a steering lock is fined RM3,000…

Lew Yoke Peng’s car was clamped because it was parked in a lot reserved for the disabled.

The woman, who was wielding a steering lock in a threatening manner, yelled at the officer that she could not find a parking lot and that she was buying food for her disabled husband.

On Oct 30, Lew Yoke Peng was sentenced to a 12-day jail by the Magistrate’s Court for contempt of court by shouting and disobeying the order of Magistrate Nurulhuda Zakariya.

10 November 2017

Wanita hayun pengunci stereng didenda RM3,000

November 10, 2017

Lew Yoke Peng menukar pengakuan kepada bersalah atas pertuduhan dengan sengaja menghalang tugas penguatkuasa MPSJ menjalankan tugas.

PETALING JAYA: Seorang wanita yang rakaman videonya memarahi seorang anggota penguat kuasa Majlis Perbandaran Subang Jaya (MPSJ) sambil mengacukan pengunci stereng kereta tular di laman sosial baru-baru ini, didenda RM3,000 atau penjara 3 bulan oleh Mahkamah Majistret, hari ini.

Majistret Salamiah Salleh menjatuhkan hukuman itu selepas Lew Yoke Peng, 43, menukar pengakuan kepada bersalah atas pertuduhan dengan sengaja menghalang tugas penjawat awam iaitu Penguatkuasa MPSJ, Nor Safuan Noordin, 31, daripada menjalankan tugasnya di Jalan Puteri 1/4, Bandar Puteri, Puchong pada 1 tengah hari, 6 September lepas.
Terdahulu, Timbalan Pendakwa Raya, Abu Arsalnaa Zainal Abidin memohon mahkamah menjatuhkan hukuman yang lebih berat kerana kesalahan yang dilakukan oleh tertuduh adalah serius malah menghina undang-undang negara ini.
Bagaimanapun, tertuduh yang diwakili peguam, Lim Chi Chau merayu kepada mahkamah supaya anak guamnya dijatuhkan hukuman berbentuk denda sahaja dengan alasan sepanjang tempoh pemenjaraan tertuduh telah insaf dan berjanji tidak mengulangi perbuatannya lagi.

“Tertuduh juga mempunyai tanggungjawab yang besar untuk menjaga suaminya yang merupakan Orang Kelainan Upaya (OKU) bagi mendapatkan rawatan daripada hospital lebih daripada 2 kali seminggu di samping menanggung ibu bapa yang uzur,” katanya.

31 October 2017

Woman who scolded MPSJ officer now defies magistrate, bites cop

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A woman who gained social media attention after she scolded a Subang Jaya Municipal Council (MPSJ) officer for clamping her illegally parked car last month has landed in further trouble.

Liew Yoke Peng, 43, had pleaded not guilty to obstructing a public officer under Section 186 of the Penal Code and was at the Petaling Jaya magistrates court today for the proceedings, according to Bernama.

The report said during the proceeding, Liew had raised her voice against magistrate Nurulhuda Zakariya and argued with her, prompting a police officer to try to calm her down.

The infuriated Liew then reportedly bit the hand of the police officer, causing injury. A button from the police officer’s sleeve also fell off during the incident.

For Liew’s behaviour in court, she was slapped with two weeks imprisonment for contempt of court.

Nurulhuda later advised Liew, an accountant, to behave professionally.

“Everyone in this courtroom, including myself and the police, are only doing their duties. You cannot insult our duties on a whim,” the magistrate was quoted as saying.

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12 September 2017

I’m used to verbal abuse, says Subang Jaya municipal officer


For Subang Jaya Municipal Council (MPSJ) officer Nor Safuan Nordin, being the subject of verbal abuses is just another day in his job with the clamping unit.

“I get scolded and verbally abused every day,” he said.

Nor Safuan was thrust into the limelight after a video recording of a woman shouting and threatening him with her car steering lock, after her vehicle was clamped for illegal parking in Bandar Puteri Puchong, went viral.

As an MPSJ officer with 10 years of experience, including two years under the clamping unit, he has become immune to the various negative treatments he gets.

“People’s anger is something I face every day. (But) it’s part of my job and I know people will get angry,” Nor Safuan said.

And the 31-year-old understands the anger and annoyance.

“No one likes it when their car gets clamped and having to pay RM80 for the fine to have the clamp removed,” he said.

Facing verbal insults on a daily basis, Safuan said the steering lock incident was not the worst he had encountered.

“Once, when I had to seize goods from traders, I was threatened with a parang,” he said.

10 September 2017

‘Steering lock’ lady in viral video has disabled husband – police

KUALA LUMPUR: The woman who held a steering lock while screaming at a Subang Jaya Municipal Council (MPSJ) officer gave her statement to police on Saturday night.

Serdang police chief Assistant Commissioner Megat Mohamad Aminuddin Megat Alias said the woman, in her 40s, had given her statement with her husband, in his 50s, at the district police headquarters at 11pm.

Megat Aminuddin said this was provided for under Section 112 of the Penal Code.

“We are completing the investigation paper and will refer the case to the Selangor deputy public prosecutor’s office tomorrow.

“The couple was called in for questioning and no arrest was made. Her husband has a valid OKU (disabled person) card,” he said when contacted today.

On whether the woman’s husband was with her in the car during the 1pm incident, Megat Aminuddin said police were still investigating into that.

The case is being investigated under Section 506 of the Penal Code for criminal intimidation.

9 September 2017


Police probe incident of woman threatening council officer with steering lock

PETALING JAYA: The incident of a woman seen threatening a municipal council officer with a steering lock in a viral video will be investigated by police.

Serdang OCPD Asst Comm Megat Mohamad Aminuddin Megat Alias said the woman will be questioned under Section 506 of the Penal Code for criminal intimidation.

It is believed that the shouting match erupted after the officer clamped the woman’s car for parking illegally in front of a restaurant.
ACP Megat Mohamad Aminudin said the car was towed to a depot in Puchong.

“The woman’s husband later showed up and paid the fine at the municipal council and apologised for his wife’s rude behaviour,” he said, adding that the police will still be investigating the case.


8 September 2017 | MYT 7:06 PM

Video of woman threatening council officer with steering lock goes viral


3h3 hours ago

Wanita hayun batang kunci stereng, maki penguat kuasa kunci tayar


Peaceful Malaysia? Retweeted Rainmaker

Stupid woman and my salute to the officer who is so calm and patient with her 👍👍👍

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