KUALA LUMPUR: A petty dealer was sentenced to five months’ jail for threatening his father that he would burn down their home if the latter did not purchase him a burger and return home fast.
Magistrate Nur Hafizah Rajuni handed the sentence on Mohammad Adib Akmal Mohd Sauffi, 29, after he pleaded responsible to committing the offence at their house in Taman Bolton, Batu Caves, Selangor at 10pm on Dec 27.
The accused was ordered to serve the jail sentence from the day of his arrest, which was yesterday. The cost below Section 506 of the Penal Code offers for a jail time period of up to seven years or a advantageous or each, upon conviction.
According to the info of the case, the 65-year-old father was out shopping for meals when he acquired a name from the accused asking him to purchase him a burger.
The father was then advised to return home instantly or the accused would burn down their home.
In mitigation on Wednesday (Dec 29), the accused, who was represented by counsel M. Mariappan from the National Legal Aid Foundation, requested for a gentle sentence as he was incomes a month-to-month earnings of solely RM1,000 as a petty dealer.
However, deputy public prosecutor Anis Farhah Ahmad Hilmi requested for an acceptable sentence to serve the accused as a lesson as he ought to as an alternative have cared for and revered his personal father, and not threatened him with arson. – Bernama