That is so stupid because if you cannot pay your loan, you will feel the wrath of their anger. Some victims are violently beaten up, caged like a dog and others might commit suicide.
MACC officer's car splashed with red paintTaken from Bernama
PUTRAJAYA: The car of Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) Special Investigations Division Enforcement senior assistant superintendent Mhd Yussof Zakaria was splashed with red paint at a parking lot near his home in Bandar Tasik Selatan, Kuala Lumpur.
The incident was realised at 7.15am today at the parking lot of the Bandar Tasik Selatan Low-Cost Apartment when the victim was about to leave for his office in Putrajaya.
According to a source, the paint was splashed on driver's side of the car windscreen.
"The victim suspects it was done by individuals who are unhappy with his enforcement actions," he told reporters here today.
Following the incident, the victim lodged a report at the Putrajaya Police Headquarters at 10am.
Meanwhile, a police spokesperson confirmed the report and said they had forwarded the matter to the police station nearest the scene of incident for further action.
Red paint! Now only one thing comes to mind, motherfucking loan sharks who are collecting their debts from their debtors who defaulted their payment, who will not feel any remorse if they had to act violent towards those who borrowed from them.
Loan sharks can act violently when they do not get their money. The person's house will be sprayed, splashed or written in red paint to indicate that it's time to pay up and they could resort to violence if they do not get what they want.
This is what wikipedia explained about loan sharks.
Read more about the modus operandi of Malaysian loan sharks aka Chinese alongs here.
In the case of the MACC Special Investigations Division Enforcement senior assistant superintendent Mhd Yussof Zakaria, it could be the case of gangsters are not satisfied that their paying up some people to allow them to freely do their business are catching up to them.