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KUALA LUMPUR: A cashier at a massage parlour who offered a RM200 bribe to a City Hall officer was fined RM10,000 and sentenced to one day’s jail by the Sessions Court yesterday.
Ching How Foo, 43, pleaded guilty to bribing Mohd Fahmi Yusoff as an inducement not to issue a summons against WH Relex Enterprise Sdn Bhd at Desa Sri Hartamas about 12.20am on Jan 11.
In mitigation, counsel Alvin Neo said his client had a six-year-old daughter and aged parents to support.
He also said that Ching was in the midst of a divorce and that he had lost his job as a result of the case.
Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission deputy public prosecutor Wong Poi Yoke asked the court to impose an appropriate sentence.
Sessions judge Ahmad Zamzani Mohd Zain presided.