On 15 April, two employers were arrested for allegedly beating their bodyguards for fasting. The victims were beaten with a cane and suffered from bruises and blood clots.
A preliminary police investigation found that the incident happened when the men were at their employer’s house in Bukit Tinggi, Klang, and the employer scolded the victims for fasting. The employer then proceeded to take a gun from one of the men and pointed it at the victims before hurling racial insults.
The employers faced five charges including pointing a gun at his employees, slapping and attacking the victim’s stomach while also uttering words with intent to offend the victim’s religion.
In an update today (22 April), the employer, Chung Chee Yang, and his assistant Choo Hin Voon, who face five and two charges respectively pleaded not guilty at the Klang Magistrate Court, reported BERNAMA.
Unsurprisingly, Malaysians were shocked and angry at the plea as the employer had previously issued an apology for his actions. Malaysians also fervently hoped that these criminals would not get away with their crimes due to their wealth and influence.
Stay tuned for more updates!
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