Fight chicken: two men beat mamak staff after they were told not to touch fried chicken with bare hands
Two men were recently caught on camera causing chaos at a Mamak restaurant in Cyberjaya over…. fried chicken.
In a viral video, an employee is seen being punched while attempting to get away from the attacker after a few minutes a man in a red cap showed up and shoved a utensil at the employee.
Kejadian di Pelita, Cyberjaya. Scary.
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While the first assailant, allegedly drunk, continued to beat the staff, the man in the red cap starts throwing plates at him.
The men can be heard shouting, “You gonna call the police? Call lah” and “Who’s your boss, I want his number”.
Interventions by the other staff were unsuccessful.
A separate two-minute video posted on Facebook shows the first assailant having difficulty standing after leaving the premises.
According to a witness on the scene, the brawl began when the assailant grabbed a piece of fried chicken from the food display with his bare hands.
“It happened around 7.30 p.m. on March 16. The man was inebriated ” The bystander, who only wanted to be identified as Datura, told SAYS.
“The staff warned him not to pick up a fried chicken from the counter with his hands. The man became enraged and began yelling,” he elaborated.
When asked if the employee was hurt in the attack, Datura said the victim had bruises because the man hit him repeatedly.
In a statement, Sepang district police chief ACP Wan Kamarul Azran Wan Yusof said three suspects were involved in the incident.
The three were apprehended on March 17 and confessed to the attack.
According to Wan, two of the three men had a history of drug and criminal offences.
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