PDRM Officer Attacks Woman In Lift After She Couldn't Find Him A Match On A Dating Site
Recently, a 35-year-old officer of the Royal Malaysia Police (PDRM) assaulted a woman inside an elevator in Jalan Chan Sow Lin, Cheras, after she couldn't find him a suitable match on a matrimony website
According to reports, the assault took place on Tuesday, 16 November, at the victim's workplace.
A closed-circuit television (CCTV) footage of the incident has since gone viral.
The extremely disturbing CCTV footage shows the PDRM officer, who is a corporal detective attached to Selangor, entering the lift with the victim before he started punching and slapping her.
As she falls to her knees, the officer kicks the victim in the head. He then punches and slaps her again and when the lift door opens, he drags the 34-year-old woman out by her hair.
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The 34-year-old victim suffered severe injuries to her head
The victim was treated at the Hospital Canselor Tuanku Muhriz UKM (HCTM).
After the footage of the assault and images showing the extent of the injuries the victim suffered, Cheras police chief ACP Muhammad Idzam Jaafar confirmed the incident, saying it was a misunderstanding.
He shared that initial investigations revealed that the 35-year-old suspect had paid the victim RM2,500 to find him a suitable match on a matrimony website but she was unable to find him one.
After six months of waiting, the suspect lost his temper and assaulted her.
Initially, it was reported that the case was being investigated under Section 323 of the Penal Code for voluntarily causing hurt
He has been transferred to the administration division pending the completion of the investigation.
According to Selangor police chief Arjunaidi Mohamed, Kuala Lumpur police are investigating the case under criminal misconduct along with probing the officer for breach of discipline, reported Bernama.
"We acted immediately by transferring him from his duties as a detective to administrative works while further investigations were conducted by the Kuala Lumpur police," said Arjunaidi.
If convicted, he faces a prison term of up to one year, or a fine of up to RM2,000, or both.
Meanwhile, earlier today, Annuar Musa denied downplaying sexual harassment in the entertainment industry: