Myanmar court jails Dutchman for three months for disrupting Buddhist sermon



A Myanmar court on Thursday sentenced a Dutch tourist to three months in prison and a fine after he unplugged a public address system that was relaying a Buddhist sermon, his lawyer said.
Klaas Haytema, 30, was arrested after he entered a community hall in the central city of Mandalay on Sept. 23 and disrupted a recitation by Buddhist laymen.
Haytema told a court hearing on Tuesday he was unaware a religious ceremony was in progress, but disconnected the hall's loudspeakers because they were disturbing his sleep, said Hla Ko, a Myanmar lawyer who volunteered to represent the Dutchman.... read more

 
6 October 2016 in World News, Views: 36
Source: Reuters
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