Singaporean files police report in JB because fried rice was ‘too spicy’

May 7, 2014
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JOHOR BARU – A police report made by a Singaporean man in Johor Baru, Malaysia has gone viral on-line — as a result of it was a few plate of fried rice being ‘too spicy’.

According to The Rakyat Post, the 60-yr-previous Singaporean man from Taman Jurong had filed a police report as a result of the ‘nasi goreng kampung’ (native fried rice) he ate alongside Jalan Bukit Timbalan, Johor Baru had an excessive amount of spice in it. 


Here are excerpts from the police report:

“Around 9pm on 30 April, I went to eat at a store which I can’t recall the identify. After I ordered the nasi goreng kampung and heat water, I had my meal, I discovered that it was extraordinarily scorching and too spicy.

“Until in the present day (May B) I can nonetheless style the spiciness from the rice I ate yesterday. I suspect that they cooked the rice with an excessive amount of chilli.

“The purpose why I am making this report is as a result of I am very sad with the rice I ate and want to go to a hospital for a checkup.”

The deputy chief of South Johor Baru Supt Abdul Samad Salleh has confirmed receiving the report, however said that no motion might be taken in the direction of both get together as a result of there are not any related legal guidelines about this matter.


Singaporean files police report in JB because fried rice was ‘too spicy’
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