Malaysia: Muscle Man Went Beserk After Being Asked To Wear Mask, Arrested

Police have arrested the man who allegedly launched a full blast foul stream at a nasi lemak seller, and her customer at Taman Desa reported the Star

"We received a report from a 22-year-old woman after the muscle man allegedly scolded and used foul language on her mother and a customer in front of her stall at Taman Desa," said Supt Basri, Brickfields deputy police chief.

"He has been remanded until July 21 to help with further investigations," he added. 

The video clip went viral, showing the singlet muscle man not wearing a mask is heard swearing and cursing at the nasi lemak seller and her customer. 

The video shows the man going berserk while shouting, "What do you wanna do? Call police ah? Call lah, f#cker. What are you waiting for? Your phone got no credit? Need me to buy you credit ah?"

Another video shared by another Twitter user showed the alleged same guy hurling the same tidal of foul language at two females. It was unclear what triggered the incident.

The case is being investigated under Section 506 of the Penal Code for criminal intimidation and Rule 17(1) of the Prevention and Control of Infectious Diseases Regulations 2021.

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