Police station traffic counter closed after visit by man wearing pink wristband

The man had gone to the Sentul police station to lodge a report that he was being harassed.

SEPANG: The Sentul police station’s traffic counter has been closed on the health ministry’s orders after a complainant was spotted coughing while wearing a pink wristband.

Speaking to reporters after an event, Inspector-General of Police Abdul Hamid Bador said the rest of the station was operating as usual.

The complainant had gone to the station to lodge a police report that he was being harassed.

“When he arrived, police saw that he was wearing a quarantine wristband and was coughing.

“This was reported to the ministry and they asked for the area which the complainant had visited to be closed,” he said after attending Operasi Bersepadu Khazanah at the Paya Indah Wetlands in Dengkil.

“Further information regarding the matter will be announced by the ministry later.”

Earlier, a notice issued by the chief of the police station informing that the station was temporarily closed today was posted on social media.

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