A court sentenced a Malaysian royal family member and two others to four years in jail for assaulting a national boxer, their lawyer said on Friday.
Malaysian boxer Farkhan Haron (left) in action during the Southeast Asian Games in Korat, on December 11, 2007. A court sentenced a Malaysian royal family member and two others to four years in jail for assaulting Haron, according to their lawyer.
A district court in southern Johor state found Tunku Nick Tazuddin Izwan Syah Tunku Qadir, who belongs to the state's royal family, and two other men guilty of a charge of voluntarily causing grievous hurt, defence lawyer Zamri Idrus said.
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