Man caught on video masturbating in front of students


Compiled by JULIANNE DE SOUZA, TAN SIN CHOW and R. ARAVINTHAN 

A MAN was caught on video masturbating in front of several female students outside their rented house, ­reported China Press.

The flasher was seen motioning with his right hand while holding a bra on his left.

The bra is believed to have been stolen in the neighbourhood.

The man persisted with his act even after the girls threatened to call the police and use an iron rod on him.

He left the scene after a while before throwing the bra into the house compound.

The 40-second video clip has since gone viral online but without the date and location of the incident.

The social media user who posted the video was raising concerns over the safety of the students.

“The man acted brazenly in broad daylight outside the female students’ hostel. Are the students safe?” asked HT Lim.

> The daily also reported that a man in Miri, Sarawak, intimidated his ex-girlfriend with a wooden stick as he wanted her to reimburse him for all the expenses incurred during their courtship.

The man caused a commotion outside her house and threatened to damage the furniture and valuables in her house if she did not comply.

He even wanted to barge into the woman’s room but was stopped by her parents during the 1am incident on Monday.

After learning that the parents had lodged a police report, the man fled the house and left the wooden stick in the living room but not before vowing not to let the issue die away so easily.

A police spokesman said they had identified the man in his 20s, who did not return home when they searched for him at his last known address.

The above articles are compiled from the vernacular newspapers (Bahasa Malaysia, Chinese and Tamil dailies). As such, stories are grouped according to the respective language/medium. Where a paragraph begins with a >, it denotes a separate news item.

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