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The NGO’s chairman, Noor Azimah Rahim, labelled it as blatant child abuse. How can these people throw snakes into the pond and then expect the kids to be brave and climb out of it? The video has been making the rounds on social media since last night.
It shows the terrified girls screaming hysterically as they are forced to make their way to the other end of the pit during a stint at a boot camp, believed to be in Kuala Kangsar.
Perak Civil Defence Colonel Mohd Noor Hassan Ashari Sulaiman was quoted as saying that it had been organising such boot camps for the past three years, but stressed that it was the first time snakes had been used.
“That’s why we are puzzled why the management of the boot camp used that approach because we strictly forbid our personnel from playing with snakes.
Dang Wangi district police chief ACPT Zainuddin Ahmad told Astro Awani that the case was classified under Section 298 of the Penal Code, which relates to “uttering words, etc,.
“Whoever the organisers are for this camp, they should be booted out and the camp closed until certain safety standards are adhered to.
Malay daily Harian Metro said the camp was organised by the Malaysian Civil Defence Force (APM).
APM said it is suspending all such boot camps for students to investigate whether this one had violated the standard operating procedures (SOP).
Several Malay non-governmental organisations (NGO) lodged a police report against Maznah after being “shocked and insulted” to discover the video on their Facebook timeline.
“I, who champion for Islam in this Muslim group, feel the individual has committed a grievous insult towards all Muslims in Malaysia,” reads the report that was lodged at the Dang Wangi police station at 11.27 am today.