Netizens sickened by man who molested girl at funfair

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  • Tuesday, 23 Jan 2018

PETALING JAYA: The viral video of a man caught molesting a young girl at a funfair has disgusted and enraged netizens, who are calling the act “perversion at a hazardous level”.

Social media users on Facebook are calling for harsh justice on both the man and the child’s mother.

“How dare that beast molest that girl ... (We) must give him a severe punishment worse than hell,” said VishaSha Visha.

Mona Wong said it was a despicable act carried out in public and he should be punished.

There were also calls for severe punishment, including castration.

Netizens were also angry at the mother who, they said, should not have allowed the girl to be alone with a man at such a late hour. (Reports stated that the incident happened between 11pm on Satur­day and 1am on Sunday in Sungai Petani, Kedah.)

Netizens were also critical of the person who recorded the viral video.

Ana VJ said she did not know who was worse – the perpetrator of the act, or the person recording the video without taking any action.

“What a sad world we live in. A sickening crime takes place and we record it for publicity!” she said.

M.K. Ganesan asked why the person who recorded the video did not intervene as he or she has a moral responsibility to do so.

Many people are pleading for the authorities to take swift action to protect the seven-year-old girl.

“Poor child probably does not know she was molested. A child innocently trusts an adult to protect her from harm,” Caroline Ng said.

“Please get him and save the little girl,” said Venisi Senthan.

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