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Video: Distressed Monkey Trapped In Cage As Man Spray Painted It Red

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There has been a rise in cases of animal abuse in Malaysia which is very disconcerting to see. It’s very troublesome to see how inhumane some people are when it comes to the mistreatment of animals.

Recently, a video of a few men bullying and spraying red paint on a monkey trapped in a cage went viral on Facebook. This one minute thirty second video sparked so much outrage that these men are being hunted by the authorities.

Malaysia Animal Crime Transparency took to their Facebook to share this disturbing video that is believed to have happened in Malaysia based on the background voices by people who seemed to have spoken in Malay.

The video showed a monkey confined in a small cage while a man spray-painted the animal red. The monkey’s distress can be clearly seen and heard while being abused by the perpetrator.

Still unable to identify the location of this horrible incident, the Malaysia Animal Crime Transparency urged the public to contact the association at 011-20901097 if there’s any information pertaining to this.

If convicted of this crime, the perpetrator will pay a fine and serve sentencing in jail under the Wildlife Conservation Act 2010.

Video monyet diwarnakan kembali berlegar. Perlakuan menunjukkan ia berlaku dalam negara ini. Mewarnakan haiwan liar seperti beruk ini adalah jenayah. Ia mengubah sifat asal kejadian haiwan liar.Kesalahan jenayah haiwan liar amat berat. Akta Pemuliharaan Hidupan Liar 2010 memperuntukkan hukuman denda dan penjara.Maklumat pelaku sila salurkan ke www.wasap.my/+601120901097STOP ANIMAL CRIME!#dvs #perhilitan #pbt #animals #stray #wildlife #wild #wildanimals #dogs #cats #strayanimals #stopanimalcrime #cruelty #animalcruelty #saveourstray #law #justice #voice #advocacy #animallaw #animaladvocacy #animalvoice #animaljustice #malaysiaanimalcrimetransparency #myact #animalcrime #crime#aktakebajikanhaiwan2015 #aktapemuliharaanhidupanliar2010

Posted by MyAct – Malaysia Animal Crime Transparency on Selasa, 22 September 2020

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