A Policewoman Repeatedly Slapping 2 Men At A Restaurant Was Caught On Video
A plain-clothes policewoman was caught on video repeatedly slapping two men at a restaurant in Mantin. One of the men wearing a turban had a handcuff in one hand.
The video, 97-second-long, shows the policewoman, who is a member of the police volunteer reserve (PVR), assaulting two men believed to be Indian nationals following an argument at a restaurant in Mantin on Sunday, 4 March.
The officer, who is attached to the Seremban district police headquarters, can be heard yelling at the men in Punjabi, saying she had warned them not to create trouble.
As she yells at the men, the video shows her slapping them repeatedly.
While others try to calm her down, telling her "aunty", she tells them "I am not anybody's aunty", adding, "I had previously warned you to stay out of trouble."
The video, which has since gone viral, and the incident are being probed after the female PVR officer lodged a report
According to The Star Online, the female PVR officer lodged a police report over the video, claiming that she slapped one of the men for uttering profanities.
She went to the restaurant after two other Indian nationals claimed that one of the men had taken their passports and some money, the English daily reported.
The female PVR officer's account was also corroborated by statements from sources quoted by theSundaily in its report on Tuesday, 6 March.
However, authorities have been urged to act against the female PVR officer for taking the law into her own hands
While the Seremban OCPD ACP Thiew Hock Poh confirmed that the woman is a PVR officer based in Seremban, the case is being investigated by the Nilai police district because it happened in Mantin, according to The Star Online.
Meanwhile, people on social media have urged police to act against the officer for reacting in the manner she did and taking the law into her own hands.