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Man tries to enter girl's car at food court

Written by: mottaman | 24 Nov 2018 09:50
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24 Nov 2018 09:50
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We may have heard this advice many times, but unfortunately, there are those who still take it lightly.

There have been repeated reminders for motorists, especially women to lock their car doors as soon as they get in to ensure their own safety.

In the most recent incident, a girl took to social media to alert others on the horrifying experience she had at the Taman Teratai food court in Ampang, Kuala Lumpur.

According to her, she had gone there to get some dinner and when she went back to her car, she noticed a man sneaking up on her. She saw the man through her side mirror.

Apparently, he tried to open the back door, but lucky for her, she had the habit of locking her doors the second she got in.

The man then became enraged and then went over to her side and began pounding the window with his hands.

She then blared her horn which angered him further. He then took out a hammer and was about to smash the window when she managed to drive off.

Looking at her rear mirror, she noticed the man was soon accompanied by a few others, some of whom were holding knives.

Fortunate for her she managed to escape and then lodged a police report.

Please guys, let this be a lesson and make sure you lock your doors the second you get into your car.


 

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