A restaurant in Mantin, a sleepy town in the state of Negeri Sembilan, suddenly came alive with a Punjabi lady started slapping and pushing some men, believed to be Indian nationals.
There were loud exchanges in Punjabi, seemingly related to some money matter.
Soon, a video capturing the scene became viral. Today, at least two English national Malaysian newspaper had picked up the story in their print editions.
The woman in the video, seen repeatedly slapping two men, has been identified as a female police volunteer based in Seremban.
She was not wearing her uniform when the incident took place.
She could be heard in the video telling the men in Punjabi that she had warned them not to create trouble. One of the men is also seen with one of his hands cuffed, reports The Star.
Seremban OCPD ACP Thiew Hock Poh confirmed that the woman is a PVR officer, the newspaper reported.
It is learnt that the PVR officer has also lodged a report over the video, the report added.
In the report, which has also gone viral, the woman claimed that she slapped one of the men for uttering profanities.
She said the incident took place at around 3pm on March 4.
The woman said she went to the restaurant after two other Indian nationals claimed that one of the men had taken their passports and some money.
She also called on the authorities to act against one of the men claiming he was an unauthorised foreign worker agent, the report added.
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