Police are considering the case where a female security guard was assaulted by multiple men at Tanjung Court Condo as resolved after the guard received a compensation of RM200 from the suspects
According to a report in theSundaily, Northeast district police chief, ACP Anuar Omar has said that the case has been resolved amicably between the two parties.
Adding that the guard has since withdrawn a report she made against the assailants after having a discussion with her employer, the ACP said she "also received RM200 in compensation from the assailant involved."
According to ACP Anuar Omar, police recorded statements from both parties and the victim admitted to "provoking" the assailants
A report in FMT quoted the ACP saying that the guard had scolded a car driver for refusing to back out from an entrance to the condominium that was reserved for residents.
"The complainant (guard) admitted to having provoked the suspects when one of them had wanted to enter the condominium.
"The guard told the driver that he could not enter without an access card. After the driver refused to back out, she got angry and started scolding him.
"Then a few men came over to shove, beat, kick and slap the complainant. She has bruises on her face and arms," FMT reported ACPAnuar Omar as saying.
Read the full story of the assault that took place on the eve of CNY at Tanjung Court Condominium in Bandar Baru Ayer Itam: