A 19-year-old disabled man with special needs, was savagely assaulted repeatedly inside a hotel room and went through sick torture by his tormentors.
He purportedly had boiling water poured on him, faeces mixed into his Milo drink, and his nasi lemak being spiked with perfume and baby powder by one of his four alleged tormentors.
It was not mentioned if he had consumed the nasi lemak or drank the Milo.
One of the accused, a 17-year-old girl, was charged in court yesterday (20 September) for allegedly pouring boiling water on him, inside an Arton Boutique Hotel room in Tyrwhitt road on 19 January at about 8am.
She is facing one count of voluntarily causing hurt to the man by using a heated substance, and her hearing has been adjourned to 11 October.
Mixed his faeces in victim’s drink
She allegedly committed the offence with 21-year-old Muhammad Shahfakhry Mohamad Faizal, who is accused of multiple offences between 17 January to 25 January, including burning the man’s neck, back and hand with a lighter.
He also allegedly punched, slapped and kicked the victim on at least 14 occasions, as well as hitting the victim with a dustman and causing injuries including facial fractures.
Shahfakhry also allegedly mixed his faeces into the victim’s Milo, as well as putting baby powder and perfume into his nasi lemak.
He is also facing other charges for drug-related offences, including the consumption of methamphetamine – the pre-trial conference for that case is scheduled for 28 September.
Two others dealt with
The two other accused have since been dealt with earlier, with 20-year-old Putri Nuramira Aisha Rosli being sentenced to one year of reformative training, along with another 16-year-old girl who cannot be named due to being underaged.
The group of four met up at the hotel room on 15 January to take drugs, and the victim then started staying with them in the room from 17 January.
Shahfakhry allegedly attacked him not long after, but the reasons for the alleged attack were not mentioned in court documents.
Made him drink urine
The group continued torturing the victim from 17 January to 25 January, with one of the girls suggesting they urinate into a bottle of iced lemon tea and giving it to him to drink, which he did.
They stopped torturing him after seeing that he was in bad shape, and the victim’s younger sister and a social worker then made police reports after he failed to return home.
He was then found in the hotel room and the group was arrested, and he was then conveyed to the hospital in critical condition and warded for 10 days.