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Sunday November 3, 2013 MYT 7:03:34 PM
by nicholas cheng
KUALA LUMPUR: A police report was lodged against a 'Datuk Seri' who allegedly slapped a security guard after the guard asked him to move his car that was illegally parked at a shopping mall in Bandar Baru Klang.
Nepali ex-policeman Prakash Adhikari, 35 said the 'Datuk Seri' and a group of men were up in a black Mercedes Benz that parked at a VIP spot in front of Centro Mall here at around 5pm Wednesday.
He said the car number plate was not registered for any of the reserved spots, but the man disregarded no-parking signs and traffic cones and parked there.
"I told him that he could not park there as I did not recognise his car number and said he would have to go to the parking lot like everyone else.
"Then he said to me, 'Do you even know who I am? I'm a Datuk Seri, you useless pati (foreigner)," said Prakash.
The security guard remained insistent that the man move his car and tried to call the mall management when the man slapped him two times on the face.
He and his five associates then left the car parked in the spot and went for a meal in the mall.
"I had some bruises on the face and was bleeding from the lip. I alerted the mall management but they did not take any action against the man.
"I didn't do anything wrong, I was just trying to do my job," he said,
Prakash's supervisor Awaluddin Kassim said the so-called Datuk Seri identified himself as Manimaran from Pahang, adding that he lodged a police report on Prakash's behalf at the Bandar Baru Klang police station.
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Crime, Penal Code, Security Guard, Slapped, Datuk Seri
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