We spotted something on Facebook that we simply had to share with our readers/followers. This is to gently remind all of you to stay sharp and stay focused at all times whether you’re alone or with somebody – or worse, with a child/with children.
About a week ago, Goh Johwyn’s wife went out to Taipan in USJ, Petaling Jaya with their baby daughter to buy some books. After she was done, she was attacked while she was walking to her car. A guy with a knife stopped her in her tracks (she was carrying her baby daughter at that time) and put a knife to her neck, telling her not to scream. Read Goh Johwyn’s account here:
Yesterday, 23rd of April, around 7:15pm, my wife brought my daughter out to get some books for my daughter in Taipan, after she came out from bigbook shop, as she’s walking towards her car, she was stopped by one guy.ADVERTISEMENT
This guy place a knife on her neck, asking her “Jangan jerit”.
This guy then came in front of her and asking her to give him the handphone that my wife is holding.
Because she’s carrying my daughter in her arms, she didn’t fight back nor run, she handed the phone to him immediately. Few seconds later, this guy told my wife to hand over my daughter to him, my wife instantly hold my daughter as close as possible to her chest and bend away from the guy,
With the knife in his hand, he slashed my wife on her arms trying to hurt her and snatch my daughter.
Someone saw the assault and shouted from afar, that’s when the guy fled the scene with only her handphone with him.
My wife suffered a few wounds around her arms and neck, eight stitches in total and thank god she’s fine now and also my baby daughter. My baby is unharmed.
Guys, please be extra careful when you have kids with you, be extra vigilant, this society is getting worse.
Luckily, Goh Johwyn’s wife made out of it alive and their baby daughter unharmed. It was also thanks to the Samaritan who reacted quickly upon seeing a crime unfold right before his/her eyes.
We’d like to please remind our readers/followers to be cautious and to do the same should you chance upon a similar incident. Don’t turn a blind eye on crime. You could save a life.