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Someone Vandalised Ali Tinju's Toyota Camry With Red Paint...

A dose of his own medicine?

Cover image via Mohd Ali Haji Baharom

On 2 September, Mohd Ali Haji Baharom, better known as Ali Tinju, was summoned to the Bukit Aman police headquarters to have his statement recorded after he had accused the PDRM of "sleeping on the job" for not arresting the organisers of #TangkapMO1 rally

While Ali was at the police headquarters, someone vandalised his Toyota Camry by spraying red paint over it, he posted on Facebook

On his Facebook profile, Ali Tinju posted several photos showing his Toyota Camry spray-painted with red paint on both sides:

While he told Malaysiakini that he will be lodging a police report, many on the Internet are wondering whether it was his own doing

"Oh, c'mon. He probably sprayed paint it himself. At the Bukit Aman car park. Seriously. Are there no CCTVs? Should earn a Malaysian Oscar, whether it is under the Melayu or non-Melayu categories," posted one commenter on Malaysiakini.

"Ali Tinju likes the red colour, what is he complaining about? Someone was kind enough to add some to his car," another commenter wrote.

"Could it be done by people wearing red shirt?," wondered another.

For the uninitiated, Ali Tinju is the leader of the group called "Red Shirts" and frequently organises racially-charged rallies against people or parties critical of BN and UMNO.

Coming back to the vandalism of his Toyota Camry, something tells us it's probably...

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Last year, Ali Tinju was schooled while trying to incite racial tension: