Najib’s case delayed after pet dog’s jump injures lawyer


Bede Hong

Despite his claim that he had fractured his hand, Muhammad Shafee Abdullah appeared at the Shah Alam High Court earlier today to represent Samirah Muzaffar, who claimed trial to murdering her husband Cradle Fund CEO Nazrin Hassan. – The Malaysian Insight file pic, March 12, 2019.

A COURT of Appeal hearing today on Najib Razak’s appeals relating to the SRC International case was postponed to Friday after his lead counsel, Muhammad Shafee Abdullah, said he had fractured his left hand after interacting with his dog last night.

“I’ve never broken a bone in my life. My pet dog jumped on me,” Shafee told the panel of judges this morning before requesting a postponement.


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  • Hoe come this so called Muslim rear dog.?

    Posted 1 year ago by SY L

    • Muslims can rear dogs in certain circumstances, such as to protect their compound. Muslims of some sects other than the Shafii school of jurisprudence have perhaps even less strict rules concerning dogs.

      Posted 1 year ago by Léon Moch

  • He makes fools out of PH Government who have yet to stamp their foot down on all his antics. Damn the "rule of law" in wrong application. Wrong people , wrong timing , wrong place and wrong application in rule of law.

    Posted 1 year ago by Lee Lee

  • So can we have a roadshow on those having being jumped by their pet dogs?
    Just to avoid all doubt, it's not about bestiality.
    Maybe.

    Posted 1 year ago by Arul Inthirarajah

  • Every dog has its day.

    Posted 1 year ago by Teruna Kelana