On the eve of CNY, at 8.30pm, 15 February, a female security guard at Tanjung Court Condo in Bandar Baru Ayer Itam was assaulted by two men for doing her job right
According to a Facebook post by a Tanjung Court Condominium resident, during a fight on Thursday night, a female security guard was assaulted by a male resident after she refused to allow a visitor to the man's unit to enter without an access card.
The female guard, identified as Helen Chew, was pushed to the ground and slapped by the resident of the apartment who is believed to be a "soya bean seller."
Visitors without an access card to the condo have to register at another guardpost to come in. By refusing to allow entry to the visitor the guard was only doing her job.
However, the shirtless man, seen above shoving the guard, who was expecting the visitor came down to the guard post and started scolding her for not allowing his friend to drive into the compound.
He started making obscene gestures and shouting profanities at her.
The female guard in her 40s, after being touched and pushed around by the shirtless man, then retaliates with a kick. This, however, further enrages the man.
The shirtless man is then seen being joined by others into overpowering the female guard by pushing her to the ground. She is then mercilessly punched in her face.
At which point, residents who witnessed the incident intervened and diffused the row by managing to restrain the shirtless man, who is a resident of the apartment
While it was believed that a police report was lodged over the incident, FMT reports that the report was withdrawn
The police report was lodged the same night of the incident at 10pm at Bandar Baru Ayer Itam police station, according to the resident who posted the videos on Facebook.
However, in a report by FMT on Friday, a police source at the same station has claimed that the report was withdrawn yesterday afternoon.
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