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PDRM Officer Beats Up Matchmaker In Frustration After She Failed To Find Him A ‘Jodoh’

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Acting out of the frustration of being cheated of getting a bride, a civil servant beat up a female customer service agent who was acting as a matchmaker, after he had paid her RM2,500 for her services.

According to a report by Astro Awani, the Cheras District Police Chief, Assistant Commissioner Muhammad Idzam Jaafar shared that the incident happened when the 35-year-old suspect went to the victim’s office in Chan Sow Lin before bringing her into the elevator.

CCTV footage from inside the elevator has since gone viral online as the suspect then proceeded to beat the woman before dragging her out of the lift by her hair when they arrived at a bottom floor.

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“Based on the footage, while in the elevator, the suspect hit the complainant repeatedly with his hands, causing the victim to suffer head injuries,”

“The victim suffered from bleeding on her head and is now being placed at the Tuanku Muhriz Chancellor’s Hospital, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (HCTM), Cheras, for further treatment,” he said.

Preliminary investigations found that the incident was due to a misunderstanding between the complainant and the suspect.

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The suspect had paid RM2,500 to find a life partner on a matchmaking website, but received no potential candidates for a period of six months.

Based on a report by The Sun Daily, the suspect is in fact, a police officer. PDRM has since identified the officer and has called him to testify.

This case is now being investigated under Section 323 of the Penal Code for causing injury.

You can watch the horrifying video here.

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Also read: IGP Confirms That ALL Former Prime Ministers Are Eligible For PDRM Escorts

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