Viral Video Shows Teens Kicking Girl At Stairwell Believed To Be In Malaysia

The assailants did not stop attacking despite the victim's tearful apologies.

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A five-minute-forty-second video showing a group of what seems to be teens assaulting a girl has been going viral on Facebook since yesterday, 30 July

The video was uploaded by a Facebook user, whose bio mentions that he lives in Kuala Lumpur, at 3.29pm on Sunday.

The video takes place at the stairwell of an unknown building, believed to be in Malaysia. A female voice can be heard speaking in Mandarin, saying that the victim slept with someone, to which the victim repeatedly apologises.

Judging from the accents of both the assailants and the victim, it is believed that they are Malaysians.

Despite the victim's apologies, the group continues attacking her by slapping and kicking her.

The victim is seated with her body leaning against the wall beside the staircase during the assault. Due to this, her head almost hits the wall and the sharp edges of the staircase on multiple occasions.

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"Let me ask you, will you report this (assault) to the police?" a female voice can be heard as asking, to which the victim replies she will not go to the authorities

A person behind the camera can be heard saying that they should not have kicked her face.

As a result of the attack, the victim's eyes are bloodshot and bruised. The video shows her attempting to remove contact lenses from her eyes.

"Why say sorry now, but not when you are sleeping with someone?" asks a person before proceeding to hit the victim's head.

Another girl can be seen using a slipper to smack the victim, who continues murmuring that she will not sleep with that person again.

When the victim kneels to apologise after taking a puff from a cigarette lit by the group, several assailants kick her again.

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"You are not wrong, but I just don't like your face," says a person to the kneeling victim

The victim also gives the passcode to her smartphone when asked by a person behind the camera.

At the time of writing, the video has garnered over three million views with 22,000 likes.

The comments section of the video is restricted. The person who uploaded it acknowledged that the video has made news on Oriental Daily.

China Press reported that the person who uploaded the video mentioned in the post that they have reported the incident to the police, however, their comment has been deleted.

SAYS has reached out to the person who uploaded the video to inquire about the incident, but has yet to receive a response.

Oriental Daily noted that the police have yet to make a statement about the case.

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