Sunday, March 25, 2012

Now If This Had Happened In England..?

The internet is rife with the news that a cabinet minister's son and his bodyguard had assaulted a Mont Kiara condominium security supervisor.

It seems that the supervisor has lodged a police report on the alleged assault. So too has the bodyguard who allegedly told police that he got into an altercation with the supervisor because of the latter's rude attitude.

The whole saga happened allegedly after the condominium's security guard had asked both the minister's son and the bodyguard to register themselves before being allowed entry.

Apparently, the supervisor had to be called to settle the matter. On thing led to another apparently resulting in the alleged assault.

According to the bodyguard, in the fracas he floored the supervisor with a kick to the guts and the latter then sucker punched him on the face.

This is very interesting. Because people are wondering how likely it was if you floored a 50 something year old man with a kick to the guts, that that poor old man would or could just get up and sucker punch you on the face especially if you were a young virile bodyguard to boot.

The bodyguard also allegedly told police that it was the supervisor who had punched him first and then challenged him (the bodyguard) to a fight.

Now people are also wondering how likely was it that a nobody condominium security supervisor would dare to take on two virile young men one claiming that the other was a tengku, a member of a royal household.

Now, claiming that you are royalty or member of a royal household used to be a favoured modus operandi to put fear into you if you were a lowly nobody. Apparently the operandi is still operant for want of a better word, if you will excuse me.

Now, I am not saying anything. It is what Malaysians are thinking.

Now, it seems that the police have cleared the minister's son of any wrong doing, saying that the whole saga was really just a fracas involving only the bodyguard and the security supervisor.

Apparently too, the same minister's son had also been cleared by the police of any involvement in another case where a law student had been assaulted by a group of people at an eatery in Desa Sri Hartamas close to Mont Kiara a few years back and died as a result.

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