A Kajang Municipal Council (MPKJ) staff allegedly assaulted a Nepalese guard over being asked for identification at a security checkpoint at the Bangi Golf Resort in Selangor on March 5.
The CCTV footage was uploaded to several Facebook pages on March 12 and has since been widely circulated on social media, garnering over 1.5 million views.
At the start of the video, the security guard is seen at the boom gate where a purple Perodua Myvi had stopped.
The guard reaches out towards the front passenger seat of the vehicle, presumably to ask for the driver’s information.
The driver, however, alights from his car, visibly upset. He approaches the security guard.
He then shoves and slaps the guard, to the extent of the guard’s right shoe flying off.
The Nepalese named Kumal does not retaliate, but steps out of the frame, with the assailant following closely.
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Kumal lodged a police report on the same day, explaining that his attacker was unhappy over being asked for his personal details for entry to the golf club resort.
He added that following the assault, he brought the enraged man to meet his supervisor, who explained that it is the resort’s standard operating procedure (SOP) to collect visitors’ personal details before allowing them entry onto the premises.
The Myvi driver eventually provided the information that was required.