Man fined for illegal sale of poisonous e-cigarette liquid.

Man fined for illegal sale of poisonous e-cigarette liquid.
A man in Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia was fined RM3500 or three months imprisonment for selling 237 bottles of toxic e-cigarette liquid.

A 36-year-old man in Kota Kinabalu, the capital of Malaysia's Sabah state, has been fined RM3,500 (approximately RMB 5,471) or sentenced to three months' imprisonment for selling 237 bottles of poisonous e-cigarette liquid without a license four years ago.

A man named Abdul Gafoor Hasanudeen has admitted to selling 57 flavored liquid products containing nicotine that are listed under the 1952 Poisons Act Schedule 1. He made this admission to Judge Elsie Primus in a court hearing.

On January 29th, 2018 at approximately 3pm, Gafoor committed a crime at a well-known electronics store in Segama shopping center. He was charged under Section 13(a) of the 1952 Poison Act and punished accordingly under Section 32(2) of the same law.


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