Snatch theft is very common nowadays in Malaysia, where robber forcefully stealing a pedestrian’s personal property by employing rob-and-run tactics. Recently a Facebook page posted an incident about a snatch robbery that got his instant payback after snatching a teenager’s phone then he fell into a drain. The post garnered 10.1K likes and 792 shares on Facebook.
The incident happened in Jalan Sekolah, Seri Kembangan, on Oct 29 at around 5.30PM. The victim was talking on the phone during the incident when the suspect attacked her from behind.
The 34-year-old suspect snatched the student’s phone which triggered her to yell for assistance. The suspect was panic and sped off in his motorcycle immediately. Somehow, he lost control and fell not too far from the scene into a drain,” Serdang District Police Chief, Assistant Commissioner Razali Abu Samah explained.
Public was helping to the catch until he was handed over to the police for further investigation. However, the suspect is now being treated at Serdang Hospital due to broken legs and head bleeding.
The authorities also discovered that he was carrying many cell phones that were suspected to have already been stolen including a few packets of substances that were assumed to be drugs.
“The investigations revealed that the suspect had four criminal histories and the matter will be investigate according to under Section 392 of the Penal Code.” Razali Abu Samah explained.
The incident got many responses from the public on their opinion about the matters
▼Repent before it’s too late
▼There also netizen making joke that the victim must be the Kung Fu Hustle Landlady
▼Many netizens saying even while doing crime the suspects still obey the SOP
▼There many other jobs you can do
▼What he does may harm the student life
▼Finally sleeping in the drain
▼Takecare in Puchong area
However we really hope everyone to be careful and alert with your surroundings so you won’t get into harmful crime and to people who want to commit crime please think twice because Karma is real!~
Info via Facebook