Cops quiz six over fracas at Pandamaran sports complex

KLANG: Six individuals have been questioned by the police regarding a fracas at a food stall at the Pandamaran Sports Complex near here last Sunday (Dec 31).

South Klang OCPD Asst Comm Cha Hoong Fong said they received a report about the fight from a 28-year-old woman at 3.32am on Monday.

"Checks found the complainant together with three family members opened several stalls to conduct business in the Pandamaran Sports Complex area.

"Due to a blocked path between two of the stalls, the complainant's mother scolded her brother.

"The incident led to an argument that dragged on between the family members before it was resolved by a nearby trader," he said in a statement on Wednesday (Jan 3).

He said police have taken statements from six individuals involved in the fight and found that no one was injured.

"Because the fight took place between family members, all those involved did not want to continue with the police investigation and have reconciled amicably.

"A recording of this fight had gone viral on social media," he said, urging the public to not spread the video.

Those with more information regarding the incident should come forward to the nearest police station or contact the South Klang District Police Headquarters (IPD) at 03-33762222 to help with the investigation.

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