Although many Malaysians have become lax about Covid-19, malls are still taking their jobs very seriously. We can’t blame them; aside from potentially being blamed for an outbreak, malls are a shopping hub with loads of people.
Suria KLCC had an incident with a “Karen” a few months ago when a foreign lady attempted to enter Dior KLCC without as mask. This time, they stopped another local lady before she even entered the mall, which caused quite a scene.
On 29th December, a mall goer spotted a commotion while attempting to enter Suria KLCC. According to the video shown, a Malay woman was yelling at a security guard who was checking people’s MySejahtera status before letting them in.
The woman sounded furious and aggravated that she wasn’t being let in and she continuously questioned why others could enter. Although the sounds weren’t clear, it sounded like she was having problems with the app. However, the guards continued to screen people while she yelled. Her two young kids looked out of place as they watched their mother deal with the matter.
Netizens weren’t happy with the woman’s behaviour and put her on blast. Some claimed she was trying to attract attention by shouting loudly. Others weren’t happy that she was taking it out on the guard. A few noted that the problem must be with her as everyone was being allowed smooth entry into the mall.
The original video was uploaded to TikTok by user @Zaff, however it has since been removed. But it is still making its rounds on other platforms, like Facebook. We can definitely understand her frustration, but perhaps there were other ways of dealing with such a situation. Hopefully, the lady has gotten her problem sorted since then!
You can check out the video here: