BUKIT MERTAJAM - A woman was brought to court to extend her remand as a suspect in the murder of a maid, but it was the 60-year-old's attire which drew attention.
The plus-size woman appeared in court clad in a brown apron over a pujabi suit, as opposed to the usual lock-up garb worn by those in custody.
A police officer, who was asked about the apron, said it was "reserved for suspects with a big frame".
"We did not have any lock-up garb to fit her. The brown aprons are reserved for such persons," he added.
The woman was brought in at about 9.45am and led to the court's meeting room where registrar Nor Hapipah Abdullah granted an additional seven-day remand till Feb 26.