Cops probe security guard for allegedly throwing kitten into drain

PETALING JAYA: A police investigation has been launched after a security guard allegedly threw a kitten into a drain here.

In a statement Monday (June 24), Petaling Jaya OCPD Asst Comm Shahrulnizam Jaa'far said that the police had received a report on June 18 from a 52-year-old senior executive that said she had seen a security guard from a nearby shopping mall throw a kitten into a drain.

"She then asked for assistance from her office's janitorial staff to rescue the kitten before bringing it to a vet in Mutiara Damansara.

"Following the incident, the police called in the security guard for questioning and issued a strict warning.

"The police report has also been forwarded to the Veterinary Services Department (DVS) for further action," he said.

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