A husband and wife were charged in the Alor Gajah Magistrate’s Court today for allegedly cheating a trader over the sale of non-existent chicken eggs, resulting in a loss of RM52,990 to the victim last December.
The egg “scam”
The accused, Mohamed Hafiz Ibrahim, who is also a trader, and his wife, Intan Hafiezah Roslan, both 35, pleaded not guilty after the charges were read before Magistrate Nurul Bahiyah Kamaluddin. They were charged with cheating Muhammad Syafiq Bashir Ahmed, 32, (the complainant), to believe that 4,245 trays of eggs would be delivered on January 2.
This caused him to deposit money into the accused’s wife’s CIMB Bank account in stages totalling RM52,990, which the victim would not have done if not deceived. If convicted under Section 417 of the Penal Code, the accused face a maximum penalty of five years imprisonment or a fine or both.
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