Malaysia: Ex-Spad enforcement assistant pleads not guilty to 11 corruption charges

A former Land Public Transport Commission (SPAD) enforcement assistant pleaded not guilty at the Sessions Court here today to 11 charges of accepting bribes amounting to RM5,940, four years ago.

Mohd Faiz Ahdon, 36, was seen crying when the charges were read out to him before Judge Rozilah Salleh.

On six of the charges, he was alleged to have accepted bribes, totalling RM2,640 from a “teksi sapu” (illegal taxi) driver Chong Chung Kwee, 57, as an inducement to leak information on SPAD operations and not to take action against him and his five friends, namely Tay Kin Tong, 70; Chua Kooi Chean, 58, Lim Chiam Hee, 56, Yap Chee Hong, 56, and Soo Mun Kit, 56.

The offences were allegedly committed at a bank in Bandar Puteri, Puchong, between January 11 and February 8, 2016.

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