Teens burn mo­tor­bikes in fit of anger

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AN­GERED af­ter be­ing told to quiet down, a group of teenagers, some as young as 11, de­cided to burn about 100 mo­tor­cy­cles parked at a flat in Subang Jaya, re­ported Berita Har­ian.

In the 2.30am in­ci­dent on Wed­nes­day, the youths also dam­aged other fa­cil­i­ties at Block F of Pangsa­puri Angsana in Ta­man Subang Me­wah.

Po­lice ar­rested five youths aged be­tween 11 and 15 who were sus­pected to have started the fire, said Subang Jaya OCPD Asst Comm Mohammad Azlin Sadari.

“The row of mo­tor­cy­cles parked at the ground floor of Block F were burned and fire spread to other fa­cil­i­ties and struc­ture.

“Ac­cord­ing to sources, the sus­pects were an­gered by the res­i­dents who kept telling them off for mak­ing noise on the ground floor,” said ACP Mohammad Azlin.

He said it was be­lieved that the sus­pects used petrol to start the fire as foren­sics of­fi­cers found a plas­tic bot­tle with traces of petrol near the lo­ca­tion of the in­ci­dent.

> Ac­tress and en­tre­pre­neur Che Ta ex­pressed her hap­pi­ness that Ra­madan is here, Kosmo! re­ported.

Che Ta, whose real name is Rozita Che Wan, said that dur­ing Ra­madan, her fam­ily spends time to­gether al­most daily, un­like other months of the year.

“Dur­ing Ra­madan, we usu­ally break fast and eat the morn­ing meal ( sahur) to­gether,” she said, adding that as a mother, she liked the busy at­mos­phere where all her fam­ily mem­bers were in the house.

Che Ta said her di­ary for Ra­madan is al­ready packed as she will be film­ing Hari Raya pro­grammes and pro­mot­ing her busi­ness.

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