Fb has erupted with one other scandal that’s inflicting some main pressure.
Dua orang wanita di cabul oleh ratusan lelaki Kelantan.Hanya sebab tersalah masuk jalan, Kejadian depan bangunan…
Posted by Auni Ameera on Thursday, May 23, 2019
Apparently 2 girls had mistakenly driven into a closed road, where a Ramadan bazaar was being held. From Auni’s posting, it seems like the crowd was not happy about the girls driving in and started attacking the car. Metal bars were used to smash their windows, while others shouted death threats and some apparently molested the girls.
Further probing into the Kelantan State Facebook page added that the girls not only had driven in to the closed road, but also almost hit someone’s mother that was in their way. The lady had managed to pull her mother out of the way, while the crowd surrounded the car.
Sambungan video sebelum kereta dipecahkan.Kelihatan ratusan lelaki kerumun seorang perempuan. Minit awal nampak wanita…
Posted by Auni Ameera on Friday, May 24, 2019
The driver and passanger had gotten down to address the crowd. The lady and her mother, along with the crowd were clearly awaiting an apology but instead was met with disdained looks.
“Natey mu nok gapo”, the driver had apparently said rudely, which can be translated to “What do you animals want?” causing all hell to break lose.
The women can be seen trying to defend themselves against a few assailants while other seemed to be trying to mediate the situation. It is unsure how the incident ended while many are questioning the crowd’s actions. Violence is never the answer guys!
Many have voiced out that even if the girls were rude, the crowd should not have acted the way that they did. On the other hand some said that, the girls could have sincerely apologised (considering they almost hurt someone) which could have very much defused the situation.
What would you have done if you were the girls? What would you have done if you were part of the crowd? Sound off in the comments section!
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