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Another bullying video: Good girls gone bad

 | November 10, 2014

A video clip shows five girls ganging up on one who is defenceless.

buliPETALING JAYA: The 6:16 minute-long video clip detailing yet another bullying episode has surfaced hot on the heels of the last two cases which were circulated online and reported by FMT last week.

This clip shows five female bullies, one even sporting a ‘tudung’, ganging up on one defenseless young girl near what looks like a public toilet as the word “TANDAS” is visible on the wall where the incident takes place.

The accent or dialect used by the abusers suggests it might have taken place somewhere in the east coast, most probably Kelantan.

The five bullies can be seen slapping and pulling the hair of the young girl while laughing and taunting the victim.

The unidentified young victim can be seen sobbing uncontrollably and writhing in pain for most of the duration of the clip.

At one point some of the bullies even attempts to pull the victim’s blouse off to shame her further but is stopped by the victim herself when she pulls away.

The victim is also viciously manhandled in the clip – slapped repeatedly, kneed in the stomach and groin area, has her hair pulled and is pushed down on the tar road.

The YouTube clip was featured in a Malay online news portal called oomedianetwork.com but has since been pulled down from YouTube. It however can still be accessed at oomedianetwork and is being circulated on Facebook.

On their official website, PDRM has asked for the public to step forward if they have any information of the incident and those involved in it as the exact location and identities of the group remain anonymous at this point in time.



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