Malaysian shop manager arrested for allegedly raping teen worker -- 5 days after she started work

A manager of a cake shop in Malaysia allegedly raped a teenage worker five days after she started working for him.

According to the New Straits Times, the incident happened on Oct 24 at the accused’s apartment in Puchong Prima, Selangor.

The accused had reportedly asked the girl to follow him into one of the rooms to pick up some items. 

When she entered the room, the accused locked the door behind her and allegedly raped her twice. 

The girl told her parents about the traumatic ordeal after the incident and they called the police. 

Subang Jaya district police chief Assistant Commissioner Mohammad Azlin Sadari said that the suspect, who was in his late 50s, was arrested in an operation earlier yesterday (Nov 9).

He said: "The man was arrested at 3.45am in a hotel in Puchong."

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