PETALING JAYA - The two men who slashed a youth after fighting over a computer console at a cyber cafe have been remanded until Thursday.
According to Serdang OCPD Asst Comm Razimi Ahmad, the duo allegedly slashed a man in the neck with a parang for not letting one of them use the computer console.
During the incident at a cyber cafe in Taman Bukit Serdang at about 10pm on Saturday, the suspect got into an argument with an employee at the cyber cafe who was reportedly hogging a computer he wanted to play on.
They had a war of words and the suspect, who is in his 40s, left the place.
The suspect returned to the cyber cafe at about 11.30pm with a friend carrying a badminton racquet bag which contained a parang and a plank.
In a fit of rage, the two men attacked the employee with the parang and plank.
The cafe management managed to break up the scuffle and told the men to take their dispute outside before shuttering the place.
The trio reportedly continued their fight at a nearby restaurant, where police said the victim was slashed in the neck.
Witnesses claimed that about four friends of the victim came to his aid and slashed the suspect with his own parang before subduing his accomplice with the plank.