Neelofa And PU Riz To Be Called In By Cops For Allegedly Crossing Borders To Buy Carpets

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Neelofa And PU Riz To Be Called In By Cops For Allegedly Crossing Borders To Buy Carpets
We're just really getting tired of all the talk surrounding this particular celebrity couple but they seem to have landed in trouble again. 

Neelofa and PU Riz will be called up by the Nilai cops soon.

This time around, the couple will be brought in for questioning relating to several Instagram stories which showed them carpet shopping waaaay across the border in Nilai. 

By now, every Malaysian knows that you CANNOT cross borders without a proper police permit, so how in the world did this couple get through the police blocks?

Needless to say, Malaysians were extremely annoyed by their actions. 


Nilai cops to get to the bottom of things

According to a report by Utusan Malaysia, Nilai District Police Chief Supt Mohd Fazley Ab Rahman said that his team had already initiated an investigation after photos and videos of the couple carpet shopping went viral. 

The photos and videos that were shared by Neelofa and the owner of the carpet shop have since been deleted. 

Eagle-eyed netizens were the first to raise questions about the location of the outlet as it looked like a famour carpet shop located at the Nilai 3 Business Center. 

“The parties involved will be called to IPD Nilai, Negeri Sembilan to give evidence in the near future and the investigation paper will be referred to the Deputy Public Prosecutor's Chambers after the investigation is completed. 

“The Police would like to advise the public to continue to comply with the Conditional Movement Control Order (PKPB). Failure to comply with this order allows action to be taken under the provisions of the law that is still in force," said Supt Mohd Fazley in a statment. 

Look who's in Nilai.

The case will be investigated under Section 21A of the Prevention and Control of INfectious Diseases Act 1988 (342), Regulation 19 of the Prevention and Control of Infectious Diseases (Measures in Infectious Local Areas) (Conditional Movement Control) Regulations (No. .4) 2021, as well as Section 233 of the Communications and Multimedia Act 1998.

Neelofa and PU Riz were previously fined RM60,000 for violating COVID-19 SOPs during their extravagant wedding and travelling to Langkawi for a dubious "business trip" recently. 

The duo spent weeks apologising for their actions, but if this latest trip to Nilai is true, it may have just been a lot of cakap kosong.

We say, if they did they crime, then they should do the time. 

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