Arrested For Obstructing & Heckling Police – UMNO Thug Lokman “The Lobak-Man” Could Be Jailed For 2 Years

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Jun 14 2019
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He is called the “Lobak-Man (Carrot-Man)” by critics for a reason. Unlike Ant-Man, a fictional superhero in comic books published by Marvel Comics, this Lobak-Man is a real super-dumb character in the political world hatched after Khairy Jamaluddin slammed his colleague Lokman Noor Adam for having “IQ of a carrot”. And people on social media appear to be celebrating the arrest of the Lobak-Man.


After a year of wrecking havoc challenging the police and beating students, despite his political party UMNO having lost power for the first time in 61 years, Mr. Lokman was arrested by the police on Thursday (June 13). This is perhaps the first time an UMNO mobster like Lokman is arrested for real – without the usual catch-and-coffee session little drama with the police.


For over a year under the new Pakatan Harapan coalition government, people were disgusted that UMNO gangsters like Papagomo, Azwanddin and Lokman continued enjoying special privileges from the Royal Malaysia Police under the previous leadership of Inspector-General of Police (IGP) Mohamad Fuzi Harun – one of 17,000 political appointees under the old Najib regime.

University Malaya Student Protest Crooked Najib - Attacked by Lokman and UMNO Gangsters 2

Lokman Noor Adam and Najib Razak - ex-Prime Minister

Perhaps Lokman – former PM Najib’s strongest supporter and loudest cheerleader – had forgotten that the country has a new sheriff since May 1, 2019. With newly crowned IGP Abdul Hamid Bador taking over the police force, thuggery doesn’t look like a menu that UMNO thugs could order anymore. And Lokman learned the hard way that his usual “police protection” has disappeared.


Apparently Lokman thought he was still as powerful as during the Najib administration when a police team went to his home in Kajang Hillpark 2, Taman Teknologi Kajang to search his house yesterday around 6:45pm. The police had gone over to his house in the course of a probe under Section 504 of the Penal Code for intentional insult with intent to provoke a breach of the peace.


Selangor Criminal Investigation Department (CID) chief Senior Assistant Commissioner Fadzil Ahmat said – “During the search, Lokman was instructed to hand over his phone for inspection but he refused to cooperate. He also shouted at the officers who were on duty.” Hours before his arrest, Lokman had sent a text message to news media claiming police had seized two of his cell phones and raided his house.

Lokman Noor Adam – Abusive and Vulgar Language at Police

“I lodged a police report against those involved in the sex acts in the video and those who circulated the video. I was called up by federal police of the special investigations unit to have my statement recorded, but they want to confiscate both my cell phones and search my house. This is really the law of the jungle,” – said Lokman, in reference to the sex video involving Economic Affairs Minister Azmin Ali.


It is believed that Lokman’s lighting fast response to the release of the sex video clip has aroused a lot of interest – and suspicion – that the loyal Najib follower was somehow involved or in ownership of the explosive video. At best, Lokman was responsible for the distribution of the video clip. At worst, the Lobak-Man was involved in the manufacturing of the sex video, of which its authentication is still unknown.


Either way, Lokman should have surrendered his phones, even that of his wife’s, for inspection and allowed the police to search his house, if indeed he was as clean as a whistle. Instead, he insulted the police with abusive language. Gobalakrishnan, a former MP and ex-PKR vice president who was with Lokman, was also detained for berating police officers with vulgarities.

Lokman Noor Adam – Carrot Man - Lobak Man

Both men, Lokman and Gobalakrishnan, were then taken to the Kajang district police headquarters for investigation under Section 186 of the Penal Code for obstructing a public servant in discharging his functions. Lokman, who is also UMNO supreme council member, was released on police bail today at around 7am after the police completed their investigations.


But Lokman has very little reason to celebrate even after his release. The dumb Lobak-Man could be looking at jail sentence – under Section 186 of the Penal Code, it carries a maximum of two years’ imprisonment or a RM10,000 fine or both upon conviction. Penal Code Section 504, on the other hand, could see Lokman jailed for up to 2 years or with fine or with both.


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