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[Watch] “Pakcik” Goes Berserk At Restaurant After Worker Allegedly Didn’t Address Him As “Baby” Or “Abang”

[Watch] “Pakcik” Goes Berserk At Restaurant After Worker Allegedly Didn’t Address Him As “Baby” Or “Abang”

The male employee ignored his request to be called baby or abang and continued calling him Pakcik (uncle).

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A video of a man allegedly making a scene at a restaurant in Putra Heights because he was not called “baby” or “abang” has been circulating on social media platforms.

From the CCTV camera footage, it can be seen that the man received his order and left the restaurant. However soon after, he came back and started behaving aggressively.

He then allegedly threw the package of food and drink that he ordered and continued shouting. Later on, he threw a few chairs.

The package that he threw hit a 4-year-old and the child started crying. Fortunately, the child did not incur any injuries.

According to Subang Jaya District Police Chief, Assistant Commissioner Wan Azlan Wan Mamat, a report was made by the restaurant owner after the video went viral on social media.

Investigations found that the cause of the incident was because of a misunderstanding between an employee and the suspect, as reported by Kosmo Online.

The suspect allegedly requested to be addressed as “Abang” or “Baby,” but the male worker ignored him and continued to call him “Pakcik” (uncle).

The customers who were there felt very uncomfortable, which can be clearly seen in the footage.

Cops are currently looking for the suspect.

“The investigation is conducted under Section 506/352 of the Penal Code. Those with information or if they spot the suspect can call the Subang Jaya District Control Center at 03-78627100,” Wan Azlan said.

“The public can also channel information to Investigating Officer Inspector Dinesh Ganasan at 011-33094457. Informants’ identities will be kept confidential,” he added.

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