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Monday, 7 August 2017

21-year old man was violently beaten up by a group of people at Cybercafe after he shouted at wrong man at a clinic




Assaulted, pistol-whipped after wrongly accusing man of harassing his girlfriend

FAISAL ASYRAF
New Straits TimesAugust 5, 2017



KUALA LUMPUR: A 21-year old man was violently beaten up by a group of people after he shouted at a man whom he mistakenly thought had harassed his girlfriend.




The incident occurred on Wednesday night when the victim, Raja Hazwan Azri Raja Zaen, had gone with his girlfriend to a clinic in Setiawangsa.




There, his girlfriend was reportedly harassed by a group of men. The couple didn't respond to the provocation and walked away.




However, after dropping off his girlfriend at her house, Hazwan decided to return to the clinic to confront the group.




Hazwan went to the clinic and told off one of the men there.




However, it turned out that the person he reprimanded was not related to the earlier incident.




The man, furious at being falsely accused, rounded up his friends and later went looking for Hazwan.




They eventually found him at a nearby cybercafe at 11pm and proceeded to assault him.




Five assailants, aged between 20 and 30, pistol-whipped Hazwan and also beat him with a stick and a fire extinguisher.




After beating him up in the cybercafe, they then dragged him outside to their car where they continued the assault.




After they were done, they left him by the roadside and told him to run. Hazwan later lodged a report at the Hulu Kelang police station.




The assault was captured on the cybercafe's CCTV system.




Hazwan's brother shared the video of the assault on Facebook, and it subsequently went viral.




Hazwan received seven stitches to the head as a result of the assault.




Speaking to the New Straits Times, Hazwan's mother, Raja Shahrizad said she was shocked that the situation escalated over what appeared to be a trivial matter.




Shahrizad said thanks to the help of friends, she managed to identify the assailants. The men were believed to workers at a restaurant in Setiawangsa.




One of the men, she claimed, had a gun and a tattoo on his arm.




City police Criminal Investigation Department Senior Assistant Commissioner Rusdi Mohd Isa said police are in the midst of tracking down the individuals involved in the assault.

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