A 39-year-old Chinese man was abducted and robbed by three men after he withdrew money from the bank on Wednesday (25th September).
According to China Press, after he withdrew cash at 4 pm, he travelled back to a construction site where he works. Little did he know, three men had been sitting in their car eyeing him as he exited the bank.
They followed him back to his workplace, and right before he parked his truck, the robbers pulled over and attempted to stop him right there and then. One of the robbers was wearing a neon vest and a police cap, pretending to be a police officer. He even showed the victim something that resembled a police ID card. WTF.
“They said that they received information that I’m carrying weapons and drugs. After they checked my truck, they proceeded to handcuff me and told me that they’ll bring me to the police station for urinalysis.”
Right after the victim was dragged onto the robbers’ vehicle, they quickly forced him to reveal his ATM PIN, claiming that their supervisor wanted to check the information on his bank account. He immediately realised that they are robbers. His realisation escalated the situation when the robbers abducted him to a nearby forest at Ulu Langat. Not only that, but they also made him reveal his ATM pin number at knifepoint. Fearing to lose his life, the victim gave them the pin number.
Even though he was frightened about the situation, the victim was smart because he lied that he had suffered a stroke in the past. The robbers didn’t intend to kill him, so they left him with his wrists taped together and told him to leave the forest 10 minutes later. They’ve robbed a total of RM5,600, a smartphone, as well as his Hilux pickup truck.
Fortunately, he managed to seek help from a stranger after getting out of the jungle. The stranger also sent him to a police station in Ulu Yam.
Yikes! What a terrifying experience for him, we hope that the robbers will be arrested ASAP. As for the rest of us, please be careful and look out of your surroundings when you visit the bank.
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