Teens burn motorbikes in fit of anger
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.
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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.