No money, brother gets beaten

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KUCHING: Just because not given any money, a man became furious and beat up his foster brother in their home at Mile 22, Kuching-Serian road on Friday (May 29).

Padawan district police chief Supt Aidil Bolhassan said the incident occurred around 1pm when the victim, 41, refused to comply with his brother’s request of wanting money.

“During the incident, the 47-year-old man used a polymerising vinyl chloride (PVC) pipe to hit the victim which resulted to bruises on the victim’s thighs, body, arms and head.

“This was not the first time for such incident to happened in their home,” he said in a statement today.

Aidil noted that the man was arrested by police on the same day around 4.45pm in their home.

Police have also confiscated the item used to hurt the victim.

“During questioning, the man admitted to have argued and beat the victim with the PVC pipe,” he said, adding that the case is being investigated under Section 324 of the Penal Code.

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