Red Shirts kick shutters using silat skills praised by Najib

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Video shows men in red shirts trying to kick down shutters

Published Today 7:44 pm     Updated Today 10:25 pm

Footage of red clad individuals behaving violently and trying to break down shutters for a business premise, allegedly during the Wednesday’s rally, is circulating widely on the internet.

The CCTV footage, which has been shared more than 27,000 times on Facebook, shows several individuals in red shirts kicking and shaking the shutters before walking away.

The time stamp on the video reads 4.30pm on Sept 16, 2015.

According to China Press, the incident took place at Winsin Hotel Chinatown at Jalan Petaling.

It is located about 250 metres from the entrance of the Petaling Street market area.

Dang Wangi district police chief Zainol Samah said no police reports have been lodged over the video.

Malaysiakini has contacted the person who uploaded the video on his Facebook page for further details.

Hotel Seri Pacific reportedly also sustained damages, after they barred protestors from using the toilet there when they started lounging at the hotel lobby.

A toilet bowl was reportedly broken while a protestor allegedly threatened to break a cubicle door when the lights were turned off.

有片有真相,看你如何抵賴! (有“凌空飛踢”視頻)

A film with the truth, seeing how you’re lying! (there are removing the “flying kick” video)
‪#‎Chinese‬ newspaper today
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