Security Guard In Petaling Jaya Beats Employer To Death Over Unpaid Salary

The victim was found dead and locked inside the staff toilet.

Cover image via Twitter @HakimAWANI

A security guard in Petaling Jaya, Selangor was recently apprehended by the police for beating his 54-year-old employer to death

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Image via Astro Awani

The Star reported that the security guard, who works at a Petaling Jaya apartment building, allegedly assaulted his supervisor after he was not paid his salary.

The attack took place on Sunday, 1 September, in the control room of the apartment building.

As reported by theSun, the main perpetrator has been identified by the police as a local who goes by the name of 'Don'.

CCTV footage of the dispute between the security guard and his employer went viral recently

Twitter user @HakimAWANI posted the CCTV footage on Tuesday, 3 September.

In the 45-second video, two security guards are seen approaching their employer at his desk.

One of the guards then begins attacking the victim repeatedly using a motorcycle helmet.

The victim can be seen fighting back but is held back by the guards.

The 54-year-old victim was found dead and locked inside a staff toilet

Harian Metro reported that the victim, Lee Poh Meng, was found by in a pool of blood at 3.18pm a day after the incident.

Petaling Jaya district police chief ACP Mohd Zani Che Din said that three suspects have been arrested.

The case has been classified as a murder and will be investigated according to Section 302 of the Penal Code.

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