Via Bernama, February 01, 2006 17:41 PM
Disco In Operation After 25 Raids
KUALA LUMPUR, Feb 1 (Bernama) -- Police are puzzled as to why a discotheque at the Summit Shopping Centre, Subang Jaya, here, is still operating despite being raided more than 25 times.
Subang Jaya CID Chief of Operations, ASP Mohamed Zainal Zakaria said prior to last year, the Subang Jaya police had raided the disco 10 times while the Selangor and Bukit Aman police had raided it 15 times.
He said among the offences committed by the disco was operating after the stipulated hours.
"It operates between 7 pm and 7 am when the time allowed for entertainment outlets in Selangor to open is only until 1 am," he said when contacted, here Wednesday.
He said police had sent a report to the Subang Jaya Municipal Council yet no action was taken to seal the premises.
Mohamed Zainal said in a four-hour operation carried out since 4.30 am at the disco, Wednesday, urine tests were conducted on 64 people and 16 of them, aged between 18 and 40 and whose results of the tests were positive, were detained.
He said those detained were six women and 10 men, including a man who attacked a policeman during the raid.
Mohamed Zainal said those detained claimed that their drinks were spiked with drugs to boost sales of alcoholic drinks at the premises.