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‘I am sorry’, says man at centre of defecation uproar

 | August 19, 2017

Ramadhan Sinclair says he and his friends also vandalised the homestay and will do their best to cover the repair costs incurred by the management.

ramadan-Vitti-LodgePETALING JAYA: The man at the centre of the defecation incident at a homestay in Osaka, Japan, has apologised for what he did as well as for vandalising the premises.

The man, who goes by the name Ramadhan Sinclair, said he was sorry for the mess he and his friends created in Osaka this week.

“I wish to apologise to all Malaysians, especially Qaiyum, for my violence towards him, as well as the profanity I used.

“The three of us take responsibility for the damage we caused and will do our best to pay back the costs incurred by the management.

“Also, I wish to apologise on behalf of the person who defecated in the shower room. I don’t actually know who did it.

“I will strive to be a better person after this, and watch my conduct wherever I go,” he said on Instagram as well as in a Facebook post.

Earlier, the operators of the Osaka-based Vitti Lodge & Family Apartment posted a message on Facebook saying all Malaysians were barred from the premises after an alleged incident on Wednesday, in which a homestay staff was said to have been assaulted by a guest who defecated in the shower room.

“To all Malaysian who are visiting Japan! The shower room’s are only used for taking (a) shower and washing your body, you cant poop in it (don’t shit in the shower rooms). Be polite and give a good picture about Malaysian and your people (sic),” the post said.

“This is the 3rd time (this has) happened in our guest house by Malaysian guests,” the online post read.

However, the operators eventually lifted the ban after several Facebook users apologised profusely for the actions of the Malaysian guest.

Ban on Malaysians lifted after defecation incident

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