S'porean man allegedly beaten up by 2 men at Second Link

This was what the video was about.

Belmont Lay | August 14, 2019, 01:50 PM

A Singaporean man in his 30s was allegedly assaulted by two people following a road accident at the Malaysia-Singapore Second Link on Tuesday morning, Aug. 13.

A 19-second video clip has been making the rounds online.

It shows one of the attackers punching and kicking the victim, while the other slammed the car door into him as the man tried to alight from his vehicle.

Iskandar Puteri district police chief Assistant Commissioner Dzulhairi Mukhtar confirmed the incident, New Straits Times reported.

He said the police received a report at about 7.37am on Tuesday.

He added that the person who lodged the police report is a Singaporean man in his 30s, who claimed he was the person assaulted in the video.

"The incident did take place and investigations are ongoing," a statement on Aug. 14 said.

Assault after alleged crash

Initial investigations showed that the altercation took place after the victim allegedly crashed his vehicle into another car that was occupied by the two suspects.

The case is being investigated under Section 323 of the Penal Code for voluntarily causing hurt.

The nationalities of the attackers was not revealed.

The video can also be viewed here:

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