Amjad Jalal Ahmed Al-Dahan, a Yemeni IT consultant, was fined by the Magistrate’s Court for dressing up as a suicide bomber while on the way to a Halloween party.
He was charged with insulting the modesty of the 36-year-old sales promoter at a food court at Pavilion shopping centre.
Deputy director-general of planning and operations Yusoff Ayob was fined RM600 after he pleaded guilty to a charge of driving on the emergency lane at Lingkaran Putrajaya on Oct 7 last year.
He tells court he hit his son because the boy refused to listen to him, lied, often stole his money and was up to mischief all the time.
They were fined between RM750 and RM900 in the Magistrate's Court.
Penang Island City Council secretary says weekly random checks will be carried out around Penang under Ops Kawal Selia Pengasingan Sisa.
She vandalised the car belonging to her husband after he prevented her from meeting her children.
The rice trader was also ordered to pay RM6,415 to the Veterinary Services Department in treatment cost and for taking care of the dog for 154 days.
He became aggressive with woman motorist after fender-bender in Bangsar.
The senior police officer's son was charged with providing a false statement over the sale of luxury cars through car dealers.
Bank Negara says the financial institution has been strongly censured and told to address the shortcomings in internal controls.
He says he is bankrupt but pays the fine after pleading that he did not know the horse was unwell.
The single father was fined for keeping 109 of the endangered species without a permit.
He was caught with 26 pieces of chocolates worth RM313 at Giant Supermarket in Jalan Bukit Bintang, Kuala Lumpur.
Vida beauty founder Hasmiza Othman had failed to submit her GST returns between April 2015 and July 2016.
Selangor PKR rep Nik Nazmi Nik Ahmad's sentence falls below threshold to disqualify him from holding public office.
Prosecution insists on a deterrent sentence, saying it should serve as a lesson for society.
He pleads guilty to raising prices of drinks and food.
Court fines three of its operators a total of AUD300,000 for paying workers as little as AUD11 an hour.
All six plead guilty to not showing their identification cards when requested for at the Darul Makmur Stadium here on Aug 12.
Among reasons cited by offenders for using the emergency lane were to reach their destination faster, a member of the family needed to go to the toilet and visiting a sick family.
The taxi drivers committed the offence at the North Court lobby at Mid Valley at 2am on June 28.
He had earlier apologised on Facebook for not wearing a helmet during one of his visits to a province.
He failed to produce documents at an entertainment centre in Changkat, Kuala Lumpur.