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Customer Threatens & Strangles Staff After Being Told To Wear Mask At Seremban Shop

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A 50-year-old man was arrested after he is believed to have threatened a shop worker for not wearing a mask at Masbukti Senawang Supermarket, Negeri Sembilan.

In a video circulating on social media, the man is seen yelling at the worker, shoving him and at one point even attempting to strangle him. However, the worker remained calm and can be seen apologising to the man.

 

According to Sinar Harian, the incident happened on 18 April at about 9.20am.

Seremban Regional Police Chief, Assistant Commissioner Mohd. Said Ibrahim, said the victim had reprimanded the suspect for not wearing a face mask, checking his temperature and also not writing his name on the book provided.

He said the 22-year-old victim made a police report at 12.33pm on the same day and the suspect was later arrested at about 10pm to assist in investigations.

Mohd Said added that the suspect will be taken to the Seremban Court Complex on Monday for remand under Section 506/323 of the Penal Code and will also be compounded for violating standard operating procedures (SOP) under Act 342 of the Prevention and Control of Infectious Diseases Act 1988.

 

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