Four Malaysians jailed one week each for disorderly behaviour at football match

Four Malaysians jailed one week each for disorderly behaviour at football match
Malaysians Roslina Mohd Bakri, Raja Abdul Hadi Raja Rozhan, Norkhaizan Jelani and Haridass.

They were part of a group of 30 fans of Malaysian football club Johor Darul Takzim, who were denied entry to the team's match against Singapore Lions XII that night because they were holding tickets meant for Singapore fans.


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5 fans arrested for causing a ruckus at Jalan Besar Stadium published on Stomp on May 21

5 football fans were arrested for causing a ruckus at Jalan Besar Stadium yesterday night after the match between LionsXII and Darul Takzim.

About a hundred fans were enraged after not being able to watch the Malaysia Super League match despite having bought tickets.

According to a report by Shin Min, 10 police cars and five riot control vehicles were called in to manage the scuffle between the Malaysian fans and the police.

In the video of the fight which is circulating on facebook, the fans could be heard yelling: "People pay money, not free you know" and "I came here from very far, jam somemore."

In yesterday's match, Singapore's LionsXII lost 2-3 to Johor's Darul Takzim.


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