Actor fined RM800 over ruckus in guardhouse

Saturday, 13 August 2016


PETALING JAYA: A local actor and comedian was fined RM800 for damaging a plastic chair in a guardhouse after he was denied entry to his gated housing area for not having a security sticker.

Magistrate Salamiah Salleh said S. Gana Pragasam must serve 14 days in jail if he failed to settle the fine, which he paid.

Gana, 47, had pleaded guilty to the charge of committing mischief at the guardhouse in Taman Perumahan Atillia dan Allisia, Ara Damansara, at about 10.20pm on Aug 4.

According to facts of the case, Gana, who did not have an access card to enter the gated property where he resides, lost his cool when he was requested to use the visitor’s lane instead by a security guard…….

5 responses to “Actor fined RM800 over ruckus in guardhouse

  1. Kong Kok Meng 江国民 (PP8A Chairman)

    STAR August 30, 2016

    MPSJ targets heavy vehicles parked in housing areas

    OWNERS of heavy vehicles who parked in residential areas have been issued with summonses in a joint operation by Subang Jaya Municipal Council (MPSJ) and Land Transport Commission (SPAD).

    Over 20 summonses were issued by eight enforcement officers from SPAD and 20 from MPSJ who checked on such illegal parking in Subang Mas and Pinggiran USJ following public complaints.

    SPAD issued summonses under the Land Public Transport Act 2010 while MPSJ issued summonses to those guilty of parking a vehicle over two tonnes in a residential area without a written approval from the council under the MPSJ Park Bylaw 7(1) 2005.

  2. Kong Kok Meng 江国民 (PP8A Chairman)

    We do have parking guideline in our scheme house rule, and I have put up more parking guidelines in today new post.

  3. Pravin Kanesh

    I appreciate your reply on regards to this matter and I shall make a legal complaint to the municipality. It would be great if this can be brought up during the committee meetings to create awareness amongst our residents.

  4. Kong Kok Meng 江国民 (PP8A Chairman)

    I remembered those lorries had received summons from the majlis before, nevertheless you can always report to majlis again……

    The RA encourages the concerned residents to report to the majlis directly, if the lorry owners refuse to cooperate after being told…..

  5. Pravin Kanesh

    What is the committee members doing pertaining lorries being parked in front of our residential areas ? This should not happen in a housing estate and there should be designated area for them to park. Not in front of houses.

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