A situação relatada refere-se a um profissional, aparentemente afecto à sanidade marítima do Estado de Sarawak, localizado numa das ilhas de Bornéu, na Malásia.
«An assistant environmental health officer of the Medical Department here was charged at the Session Court Monday with two counts of corruption.
Aloh anak Kujat, 46, was charged with corruptly soliciting RM400 (cerca de 84 euros) as an inducement to issue a Ship Sanitation Control Exemption Certificate for two ships belonging to Dick Tiang Ching Swee.
He is alleged to have committed the offence at the port health office of the Lanang Road Health Clinic at about 9.40am on April 23 last year.
He faces a second charge of corruptly receiving the sum from Tiang at about 11.30am the same day at the same place.
Judge Zamri Ibrahim fixed Feb 21 for mention to enable Aloh to engage counsel and released him on RM1,000 bail with one surety.
Anti-Corruption Agency (ACA) senior assistant superintendent Katherine Nais appeared for the prosecution. »