Malaysians come to the rescue of domestic abuse victim

TO those who find it cool to act violently in public, well it's time to rethink your decision!

Two days ago, an Indonesian man was caught by fellow Malaysians after he was seen bashing his wife with a helmet at a food court in Johor.

Clad in a blue t-shirt, the man was immediately stopped and surrounded by members of the public while an observer whipped out his phone to record the entire situation.

The husband got scared as the crowd started to build up. Everyone wanted to drag him to the police station as they couldn't stand the act of beating a woman.

They said ..

"As terrible as we are, we've never laid a finger on our wives."

Understandably, the situation was pretty tense as some bystanders were ready to rough up the husband. Ironically, the wife was the one who was shielding her husband while he cowered behind her.

The video which went viral online, saw netizens criticising the husband and praising fellow Malaysians for standing up for the woman.

"If you're in China or other places, people might just stand there and watch, but this is Malaysia, and you've made a big mistake by hitting her," a netizen said.

"I can't take the video seriously because of the commentary," another user commented.

It's certainly heart-warming to see Malaysians of different races come together to rescue a woman and stop a bully.

Below is the link to the video