Police Searching For Men Who Took Selfies With Convenience Store Worker After Punching Him
Police are currently looking for two Malaysian men who punched an 18-year-old convenience store employee in Bandar Rinching, Kajang
Kajang district police chief ACP Mohd Zaid Hasan said the victim lodged a police report about the incident at 7.43am yesterday, 20 June, reported Harian Metro.
"At the time of the incident, the victim was working at a 24-hour convenience store at around 5am before being approached by two unknown local men who wanted to buy drinks.
"One of the suspects took three umbrellas and left the premises without making any payment," said Mohd Zaid in a statement.
According to Mohd Zaid, after realising the suspect's actions, the worker then reprimanded the man and a verbal argument broke out between the two.
Upset that he was reprimanded, the man stormed back into the store and punched the victim in the face
The victim's father, Shahrul Aminshah Aziz, 40, said his son was working part-time at the convenience store after completing his Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM)
Shahrul added that he was taken aback by the fact that the suspect took selfies with his son after punching him in the face.
According to the father, his son is currently receiving treatment for facial injuries at Kajang Hospital.
Earlier this month, a Malaysian man threw a temper tantrum at a restaurant in Putra Heights after a worker there called him "uncle":