A video of a woman in a green bra and pink pants attacking and arguing with a man at the KTM station in Bandar Tasik Selatan, Kuala Lumpur has gone viral on social media.
The woman in question is seen to be attacking a man, who is believed to be a staff member of the commuter station, by kicking, hitting, and even throwing a plastic chair at him.
The above video was posted last Friday (8th April) on YouTube, has since gained thousands of views and was widely spread on Facebook as well.
MyNewsHub Channel reported that the woman, a divorcee, behaved in such a manner due to suspected drug abuse – a piece of information that is neither confirmed nor verified. The news outlet also urged the woman’s friends and family to help her as she seemed to be “out of her mind”.
Many netizens praised the staff for his tolerance and patience in dealing with the woman, while others commented that due to her rough and rude actions, she “might not be a real woman”. “She should be arrested and caned for her public nuisance,” said Jesinderan Subramaniam, a social media user.
UPDATE (13th April, 3pm):
The woman who was videoed causing a ruckus at the Bandar Tasik Selatan KTM station has been arrested. According to The Star Online, the 30-year-old was nabbed by the police and detained a day after the video went viral.
The identity of the woman was not revealed.