You can never be too careful when you’re using public toilets. Always be on the lookout for anything suspicious especially if you see holes on the walls as those could be peeping holes. Recently, one man almost got away with recording others doing their business in the toilet stalls at an R&R stop in Dengkil.
Prior to that, we’ve covered a scary story how this woman was dragged into a toilet stall by a man who tried to rape her but luckily, she was saved by everyone nearby. It’s no wonder why people are paranoid as these dangerous men are always lurking around the corner just waiting for their next victim. Better watch out cause this man was caught entering the women’s restroom in Shah Alam.
A video was posted on Inforoadblock’s Facebook page yesterday (Wednesday, 7th September) showing a man entering the women’s restroom at the Shah Alam National Sports Complex. The CCTV footage showed the man pacing around for a few minutes to make sure that the coast was clear before entering the restroom. According to the caption in the video, the man stayed there for 30 minutes possibly waiting for a victim.
The scary incident apparently occurred last month but the footage recently went viral and has been circulating on social media. Shah Alam District Police Chief, Assistant Commissioner Mohd Iqbal Ibrahim released a statement yesterday saying that the authorities are now looking for the man after they received a report from the victim, a 32-year-old teacher who was there for her school’s Merdeka Day celebration rehearsal.
“The victim noticed someone peeping from the toilet stall next to the one she was in,” said Iqbal. He added that the suspect fled the scene after the victim screamed for help. The perpetrator is suspected to be a Malay man, but the victim unfortunately did not manage to get clear vision of him, nor did she notice if he had any recording devices on him at the time.
As of right now, there are no further updates from the authorities as they are still currently investigating the case that is now classified under Section 448 of the Penal Code and Section 14 of the Minor Offenses Act.