By now, we’re certain you’ve seen the viral movies of males getting attacked by parangs (machetes) at a workshop in Puchong, and the police have lastly issued an announcement in regards to the incident after finishing the preliminary investigation.
Based on Sinchew, Sepang district police chief ACP Abdul Aziz mentioned the brawl on the workshop was brought on by a battle between the workshop house owners and a automobile proprietor, and that the incident was not racially motivated.
It was understood that the Perodua Alza proprietor had despatched his automobile to the workshop on 14 December (Friday) to be repaired. He was initially knowledgeable that the restore would complete as much as round RM300 however when he referred to as them the following day to observe up with this, the workshop proprietor abruptly mentioned that the spare components would price him an extra RM400, which he agreed to pay.
On 16 December, the person went to retrieve his Alza solely to be advised that he wanted to pay one other RM200 on high of the RM700 subtotal as a result of he’s the rationale why the workshop needed to function on a Sunday. Listening to that, the automobile proprietor turned enraged and a heated argument ensued.
“Each events engaged in a confrontation and passersby who stayed close by got here to assist, which resulted in a brawl. Two males have been injured within the incident,” Abdul Aziz mentioned, including that the police have nabbed a number of people together with the 2 workshop house owners to facilitate the investigation.
A number of automobiles have been broken on this incident as effectively.
Understandably, this incident has garnered fairly some consideration on-line with netizens questioning the shortage of motion by the police once they first arrived on the scene. Right here’s the video.
The investigation continues to be ongoing and hopefully, the attackers might be put behind bars for the protection of the general public.
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