Tourists gather in front of a giant eagle sculpture at Eagle Square on Langkawi Island, Malaysia in a file photo by Reuters. 68 Vietnamese citizens face up to 14 days in jail and fines of RM32,000 ($192) for several passport-related offences. A Wednesday raid by immigration officers in Malaysia’s Stulang Laut, a suburb in Johor Bahru City, netted a group of 68 Vietnamese citizens aged between 18 and 57. Johor State is located at the southern tip of the Malay Peninsula. Malaysian police said the raid and arrests followed public complaints. The Star Online reported that eight were detained for staying on in Malaysia with expired passports, 21 failed to show proper travel documents and 39 others had fake passports.