Police have affirmed the capture and remand of a 33-year-elderly person who obnoxiously manhandled a few people subsequent to being advised to wear a face veil.
The episode occurred at a nasi lemak slow down on Jalan Desa Bakti in Taman Desa, Kuala Lumpur, on July 18.
Brickfields locale police boss Anuar Omar affirmed the capture with FMT. “Indeed, we have captured him,” he said, adding that the man was being remanded at the Brickfields area police headquarters.
A police report was stopped after the man upbraided the nasi lemak dealer and a client after he was advised to put on a veil.
In a video that became famous online, the man, in a dark singlet and shorts, could be seen insulting another client, wearing an orange T-shirt, to call the police.
A young lady who assists her with mothering run the slow down said they had been working at Taman Desa for as far back as eight years, adding that the man dressed in orange was a customary client.
She disclosed to FMT the man in the dark singlet had gone to the slow down to purchase nasi lemak at about 10.30am when her mom saw that he was not wearing a face veil.
“My mum was pressing the nasi lemak when she got some information about the face veil. He yelled back, ‘Who the damnation right? You sell nasi lemak, simply tackle your work’. My mum was truly shocked,” she said.
She said he kept on mishandling them while the man in the orange shirt was guided away.
Police likewise said the man deals with a rec center which is right now not in activity in light of the lockdown. Another video showing the man shouting obscenities at individuals inside the rec center is additionally getting out and about via online media.
In a proclamation, Brickfields delegate police boss Basri Sagoni said the case was being examined under Section 506 of the Penal Code for criminal terrorizing and Rule 17(1) of the Prevention and Control of Infectious Diseases Regulations 2021 for neglecting to agree with Covid-19 SOPs.