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Video of ‘MMA fighter’ overpowered by Nepali guards goes viral

Free Malaysia Today logo Free Malaysia Today 17/7/2017 Minderjeet Kaur
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PETALING JAYA: Video clips of a man kicking at a security guard at the entrance of a condominium here have gone viral and drawn brickbats online.

Four videos of the incident said to have occurred at USJ One Condo, which were uploaded on the Facebook account of “Discover Subang Jaya” at close to 5pm today, had garnered more than 50,000 views by late night.

In the first video, a man in a black singlet and shorts, who is labelled in the posting as “MMA fighter”, is seen facing off with a security guard who is much shorter than he is but who does not back away.

The posting said the “MMA fighter” took on the guard who did not allow him to go up to the condominium.

In the second video, the man is seen kicking the guard, ignoring someone who tries to intervene.

The guard however wrestles him to the floor and other guards who are heard speaking in Nepali rush over to restrain the man.

In the third video, four security guards are seen pinning the man down as he lies on the floor, with the guard whom he had kicked holding his legs together.

The last video, which lasted for one minute, shows residents watching the scene and ends with the guards tying the man’s hands.

The guards were heard speaking in Nepali and Malay. Viewers online criticised the man for assaulting the guard whom they praised for his bravery.

Some viewers also hoped that the guard would work in their condominiums.

Meanwhile, a Facebook user by the name of Darriush Kha Lili posted in the comments section that the man was him, saying it was a “long story”. He also said he did not intend to hurt anyone.

“I could’ve fight back easily yea, I just threw few kicks to keep him away, then these morons just jumped me, I didnt even fought back, I’m not dumb, I don’t want problem with the police, for me it’s just funny man, I admit it was my mistake,” he wrote.

“I Slapped him which I said sorry and they all did too, it was just a big misunderstanding,” he added.

FMT is seeking confirmation from the police on the incident.

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