[VIDEO] Men High On Drugs Break Car Windows And Rob Victims In Klang

The videos show the suspects shattering the victims' windscreen and passenger window while shouting profanities at them.

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The police have arrested four men involved in breaking windows of a vehicle and robbing the victims in Klang

The arrest came after two videos capturing the assault went viral.

In the videos, a bald man can be seen hitting the passenger window with his palms before heading back to his car to retrieve an object to smash open the victim's window.

Other men can be seen swinging a wooden stick at the vehicle's windscreen until it shatters.

They constantly shout profanities at the victims, while a driver in the assailant's vehicle keeps revving its engine.

One of the videos ends with the phone filming the incident being taken away after the passenger window has shattered.

According to a statement by the police today, 19 April, the incident took place in Taman Sentosa at about 4.30pm yesterday, 18 April

South Klang district police chief ACP Shamsul Amar Ramli said the victim was driving in the area with his cousin, before being rear-ended by a Honda Civic.

"The suspect broke the windows of the vehicle, pulled the victims out of the vehicle, hit the victims using a wooden stick, and stole a mobile phone belonging to the victim's cousin," the statement read.

Malaysiakini reported that the police managed to arrest the suspects in less than 12 hours after the incident.

Preliminary urine tests showed that all the suspects were under the influence of methamphetamine

It is understood that the suspects were all unemployed and aged between 23 and 35.

The case is currently being investigated under Sections 394 and 427 of the Penal Code for voluntarily causing hurt while committing robbery, and causing damages worth over RM25 in losses.

The suspects could face up to 20 years and five years in jail respectively upon conviction.

Watch videos of the incident here:

Last Tuesday, 13 April, a group of Malaysians banded together to stop a car thief from escaping:

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