I refer to the news report on two youths who are to be charged in a court of law for, of all things, holding hands!
We should be enraged by such ridiculous enforcement and I wonder how this could have happened. Overzealous Kuala Lumpur City Hall enforcement officers should better spend their time issuing traffic summons to those motorists who parked their cars along the yellow lines around the vicinity of KLCC.
This is a classic example of having a first-class infrastructure (eg., Twin Towers) but having third-class mentality. City Hall enforcement officers should perform their duties where it is needed, like traffic control at KLCC, rather than catching couples holding hands.
What's wrong with holding hands in public? What's right in parking along yellow lines? I don't have the answers. Maybe some other readers can explain better the difference as to which act is 'indecent'?
Does this makes our country a more desirable tourist destination? I don't fancy so.