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Man held for posting racist remarks, religious insults using false Facebook account

GEORGE TOWN, Police arrested a man for uploading racist statements and insults on Facebook by using a false account yesterday.

Southwest district police chief, Supt A.A. Anbalagan said the 43-year-old man was detained at Bukit Mertajam at around 7.15pm, following a police report lodged by a factory manager at Bayan Baru, near here.

“The police received a report from a 47-year-old factory manager who claimed that his picture had been uploaded on a facebook account with status updates that were racist, insulting in nature and condemning Islam.

Source: BERNAMA (News Agency)

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