We all can agree that it sucks when our favorite food is no longer available or completely sold out, especially when we’ve been craving for it for quite some time.
A man was recently caught on CCTV footage running amok and causing a mess at a tomyum restaurant after he was reportedly told that the food had sold out.
Overturns trays and tables
In a video which has been making rounds on Twitter, it showed the man trying to buy food at the restaurant.
After more than a minute into the clip, the man suddenly began to overturn the metal trays, spilling its contents to the floor.
He then proceeded to lash out his frustration on the tables by overturning them.
The incident is believed to have taken place at the restaurant named Amzah Tomyum Restaurant located in Jalan Taman Sri Sentosa Klang Lama, Kuala Lumpur.
Watch the video here:
Dikatakan pelanggan mengamuk kerana tak dilayan? pic.twitter.com/vuomg1YwYg— MyWatch (@My_CrimeWatch) October 16, 2022
Angry over food being sold out
According to Brickfields district police chief Assistant Commissioner Amihizam Abdul Shukor, the incident occurred on Sunday (Oct 16) at around 1.40am, reported Sin Chew Daily.
“The suspect went to buy food but was told that it was completely sold out for the day.
“Dissatisfied by the reply, he proceeded to push the items to the ground and overturn the table before leaving the scene,” he said.
Confessed to the act
Amihizam said that police were alerted of the case after receiving a tip-off from the public that the suspect was near the Al-Akhlaqiah mosque.
He added that the suspect behaved aggressively and tried to escape when he saw the police officers.
However, police managed to nab the suspect near the Petaling Utama flat along Jalan PJS 1/52 with the help of two members of the public.
Amihizam also said that the suspect admitted to his actions and was charged under Section 427 of the Penal Code, where he was fined RM1,000.
Those with further information are urged to contact the Brickfields police hotline at 03-22979222, the Kuala Lumpur police hotline at 03-21159999 or the nearest police station.