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Oleh: Suri Kempe
So this happened as Zuly and I tried to catch the train back from KLIA today.
We walked down the escalators and as we came down the final one towards to end of the hallway, I saw some guy pushing and shoving who I presumed to either be his girlfriend or wife repeatedly.
She managed to escape his grasp and he was about to go after her:
Me: eh tolong jangan nak belasah2 girlfriend.
A**hole: eh, itu isteri saya! (as if that made it all ok!)
Me: ha kalau isteri lagi la jangan pukul mcm gitu. Dah kenapa?
A**hole: apa masalah skarang ni?
*trying to get in my face, and puffing his chest*
Meanwhile, his friend who is standing behind several pieces of luggage on the side keeps telling me not to get involved.
Me: eh kalau dia nak pukul bini dia mcm ni, bukan saja masalah saya, masalah semua orang kat sini. Boleh aje saya report -
A**hole: report? report ah!!! **tch! Jangan nak masuk campur hal saya.
Wife comes along and tries to apologize for her husband's behavior. After she assured me she was okay, suddenly the A**hole yells,
"Kau ni siapa nak masuk campur hal aku?Dahlah tak pakai tudung!!"
I was walking away at this point, but when he yelled that out I turned around, and yelled back: hey! lelaki melayu dayus, dah lah pukul bini and mulut mcm sial ada hati nak kutuk saya tak pakai tudung? Ini lah masalahnya kalau dah bodoh!
And I turn and walk away. Of course, the stupid name calling doesn't stop, and I can hear him cussing in the background. When I finally remembered that it would make sense to take a picture of him, I was already behind the turnstile.
But whenever I pointed the phone towards him, he would attempt to hide behind someone. And flick me off on the side.