MH370: Capt denies Daily Mail report that Zaharie was "psychologically unstable"

MH370: Capt denies Daily Mail report that Zaharie was "psychologically unstable"

SHAH ALAM - Malaysian Pilots Association vice-president Captain Abdul Manan Mansor today denied a report by Daily Mail online allegedly quoting him saying that the missing MH370 pilot Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah was "psychologically unstable" after a marriage break up.

Abdul Manan not only denied claiming Zaharie was mentally unstable, he also clarified that he has never spoken to Daily Mail.

"I didn't speak to Daily Mail, I didn't say that Zaharie was psychologically unstable.

"You can disregard the entire article," he said.

The Malaysia Aviation Management College chief executive asserted that he did not know Zaharie personally and would not have known of any marital problems he might or might not have had.

"I don't know Zaharie personally, there are so many pilots registered in Malaysia, it is not unusual for some of us to not cross paths," he said, adding that he also did not know Zaharie's wife or children.

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