A video of what appears to be an enforcement officer receiving money from a shop in a shopping mall in Kelana Jaya has gone viral on social media.
"Many business owners have complained to me about this but no one had any evidence to prove it until now," said former Petaling Jaya City Council (MBPJ) councillor Sean Oon when met at the Selangor Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) office on Monday.
Shop owners were asked to pay a sum of between RM100 to RM300 to avoid being fined by the enforcement officers doing routine checks on whether illegal promotional materials hung outside or within the premises.
Petaling Jaya City Council declined to comment on the issue when contacted.
Czech police announced the rescue of an elderly man who was on the railroad after the accident. The incident occurred on April 21 of the current year, however, the footage became available only now.
According to law enforcement officers, 85-year-old Jiří Dusz tried to overcome the railway crossing near the station Kostelec nad Orlici, located in Bohemia in the west of the Czech Republic.
The motorcyclist aged did not notice that the barrier had already been lowered - he crashed into a barrier, lost his balance and fell on the rails.
The nearby 32-year-old Dalibor Vobornik hurried to the rescue and promptly evacuated the victim and his vehicle.
The police, who recently rewarded the retired savior, acknowledged that the man had managed to be on time and managed to carry out a rescue operation before the arrival of the approaching train, whose driver would not have time to stop the train and avoid running over a person.
These 3 Jackasses went through a whole lot of work to steal an ATM machine, only to be let down by their getaway driver who fled the scene. The 3 would be thieves quickly ran off, leaving the ATM and a pile of damage behind them.
This is the disturbing moment a hit-and-run driver ploughs into a young biker and drags him 50 yards up the road after stopped at a red light.
Jason Pieterse, 22, suffered a damaged jaw and bruising all over his body after being left for dead on the side of the road fifty yards from the point of impact when he was hit in Bloemfontein, South Africa.
Paramedics who raced to the scene on Zastron Street last Sunday were warned they may be dealing with a corpse but found Mr Pieterse unconscious and rushed him to intensive care in the nearby Pelenomi Hospital.
He was put into an induced coma over fears that he had severe swelling to his brain - but four days later he was up again, although he said his badly bruised jaw made it difficult to talk comfortably.
The Saudi-led coalition currently embroiled in Yemen’s civil war has confirmed that a missile launched by Houthi rebels, in the early hours of Wednesday, struck Saudi Arabia’s Abha International Airport, injuring 26 people.
This is the shocking moment a thug launched an unprovoked and savage attack on a pub drinker he had been joking with just moments before.
George Horn, 25, had shaken his victim's hand when he was sat laughing at the bar with him.
But he launched a horrific attack by punching the 56-year-old victim at least five times - sending him to the floor and leaving him with an eye injury.
Shocking footage of the incident has been released by Thames Valley Police. The victim put his hands up to try and stop the blows but he then falls to the floor and again attempts to shield himself.
A member of the public can be seen trying to restrain Horn. While outside the pub in Chesham, Buckinghamshire, he then attacked a 30-year-old man for no reason, which caused him serious facial injuries.
Horn, of no fixed address, carried out the attacks at around 10pm in August last year. He was arrested and later charged with one count of grievous bodily harm with intent and one count of grievous bodily harm without intent.
Five years after a surveillance camera inside a Houston jail captured a police officer smashing an inmate's face against a door frame, causing him to bleed all over the floor, a federal judge has ruled that a civil rights lawsuit against the cop can proceed to trial.
The incident took place on December 8, 2014, at Houston Central Jail on Riesner Road and involved Reuben Williams Jr, who was picked up by police on a charge of driving while intoxicated.
According to the federal lawsuit filed in 2016, Houston police officer Salvador 'Sal' Corral violated Williams' constitutional rights when he slammed him face first into the metal door jam while leading him into a jail cell.
A Halifax Regional Police officer’s punch to the face of an intoxicated, homeless man in February 2015 was “excessive use of force,” a judge said Wednesday in finding him guilty of assault causing bodily harm.
A pair of amateur would-be burglars were caught on camera trying 56 times to smash a Florida store window with a hammer before giving up.
Security footage from the Daytona Spyshop in Daytona Beach shows the two masked and hooded men pull up in a silver 2019 Chevrolet Camaro at around 1am on Sunday.
One of the men then starts to repeatedly strike the window with the hammer, but the shatter-resistant glass holds firm. He tries multiple angles, using both hands and even overhead blows, but to no avail.