A form four student caught using fake RM50 to pay a school canteen operator as reported by Sinar Harian. The student was caught using a fake RM50 to pay for a plate of chicken rice worth RM1.50. The canteen owner's daughter, Noor Azlinda Abdullah, 29, said the incident took place at 10.30am during recess.
“The counterfeit note was discovered by one of my employees, as primary school students rarely use RM50 to pay for food,” she said after lodging a report at Bukit Jenun police station.
Azlinda said the incident occurred during a break at about 10.30 am when an employee, Farizal Hanapi is selling rice and aware of money received from the students involved were counterfeit.
"I suspect because students rarely use the money to buy food with RM50 notes. My workers examined the money when given by the students concerned," she said after lodging a police report at the Police Station Bukit Jenun.
Azlinda Noor said he hoped the matter was taken immediate action by school authorities and police that the incident is not repeated.
"I hope the symptoms of students using fake money is not widespread because of this incident can be detrimental to traders who are not able to identify counterfeit money," she said.
Source: Sinar Harian.
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