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For women who frequent the Puchong area, you are advised to exert caution when going out and about as it has just been reported by netizens that a man has been seen sexually exposing himself in public.

The incident, which was shared in a local community Facebook group, shows how a man was caught outside a shopfront in Bandar Puteri, Puchong, smoking a cigarette while pleasuring himself. Seemingly well aware that he was being filmed on camera, he continued to masturbate openly.



According to the netizen who witnessed the incident, the man had allegedly targeted her as she had been working late along a quiet row of shops. With most other businesses already shuttered in preparation for the long weekend, the walkway was relatively quiet, allowing the man the opportunity to commit such an indecent act without consequence.

“When I realised that there was someone who had been standing outside my shop for a suspiciously long time, I looked up and found this pervert.”

To make things worse, this is apparently not the first time that the man had been caught masturbating in public either, as another netizen had chimed in and mentioned that they saw the exact same individual pleasuring himself outside a parking lot in December of last year.


It should be noted that those caught committing instances of public indecency ‘shall be liable to a fine not exceeding two hundred and fifty ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding six months or to both’ according to Section 28(e) of the Minor Offences Act 1955.

We hope that this man will be identified by the authorities soon. 


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