According to the New Straits Times, a local male comedian reportedly assaulted a 68-year-old security guard after he was stopped for entering a residential area in Nilai without registering.
The incident, which happened at 8pm on Saturday (6th April) in Taman Acacia Park Desa Jati, Nilai, began when the suspect drove his black Proton Perdana without stopping at the neighbourhood’s security gate, which was when the security guard started following him. Nilai District Police chief Supt Mohd Nor Marzukee Besar told the daily,
“The 68-year-old victim began pursuing the suspect’s vehicle which did not stop to provide personal details during entry. The suspect was later stopped at the guard post while trying to exit the residential area.”
“The victim reprimanded the suspect over his action earlier, and an argument ensued between them.”
“The suspect, who may have become angry after his vehicle was stopped, reacted by punching the victim on his face three times, causing the latter to get injured.”
According to Kosmo Online, the security guard also claims the man had kicked him in the hip and threw a rock in his direction.
While the suspect is yet to be apprehended, the case is currently being investigated under Section 323 and 427 of the Penal Code for deliberately causing hurt and damaging public property.
Police are also investigating CCTV footage of the incident, which has since surfaced on Facebook.
Let’s hope the authorities investigate this incident thoroughly and appropriately punish those found guilty.
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