Cops who forced couple to have sex in car remanded


  • Nation
  • Tuesday, 08 Dec 2020

KOTA BARU (Bernama): Two policemen, who allegedly forced a couple to have sex while they recorded the act on mobile phones, have been remanded for seven days.

They are being investigated for allegedly extorting an engaged couple and outraging the modesty of the woman in Pengkalan Chepa on Dec 4.

The remand order, from Dec 6 to 12, was made after the woman’s fiance lodged a report at the Pengkalan Chepa police station on Sunday (Dec 6), said Kelantan police chief Deputy Comm Shafien Mamat.

"In the 10.45pm incident, the two policemen were carrying out patrol duty when they came across the couple, who are in their 20s, in a car by the roadside.

"The policemen are said to have punched one of the victims and extorted RM1,250 from them,” he told a press conference on Tuesday (Dec 8).

After obtaining the money, which was withdrawn from a nearby ATM, the 35-year-old lance corporal and 30-year-old constable allegedly forced the couple to have sex in the car, added DCP Shafien.

"The woman also alleged that she was forced to perform oral sex as well as molested by one of the policemen while her fiance was withdrawing money from the ATM.

"We will take appropriate action if it’s true that the personnel are involved," he said.

Both victims had been sent to hospital for health checks. - Bernama

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