SHAH ALAM: Former Sungai Besar Umno Division chief Datuk Seri Jamal Yunos has pleaded guilty to committing public nuisance.
Jamal pleaded guilty after the charges were read out in front of Magistrate Raja Noor Adilla Raja Mahyaldin.
He was charged with committing public nuisance by breaking bottles containing alcoholic drinks with a hammer and causing disaster, danger and public nuisance in front of an exit gate of the Selangor state secretariat building at 10.15am on Oct 5, last year.
He was accused under Section 290 of the Penal Code, which carries a fine of up to RM400 if convicted.
Jamal, 48, was under police remand at Ampang Puteri Specialist Hospital premium ward, where he was undergoing treatment for back pain.
He was found missing by Shah Alam Court assistant registrar Rahasbiah Abd Rahman when she turned up to issue his bail on May 25.
He promised to turn himself in on May 30 but did not show up at the Ampang Jaya police station.
After speculation on his whereabouts, he was apprehended by Indonesian police on July 2 at 6.15pm and was extradited back to Malaysia on July 5.