Man's windscreen damaged over nephew's debts
Another motoring story from Auto Windscreens
A man's car windscreen has been damaged in a feud between his nephew and loan sharks in Kuala Lumpur.
Wong Foo Chin, from Desa Rasah in Seremban, woke up at 01:30 (local time) to find that part of his house was on fire, the Malaysia Star reports.
When the 58-year-old house painter went outside he found that his house and car had been splashed with red paint and that the rear windscreen of his son's car had been smashed.
"They have destroyed our property and attempted to take our lives," Mr Foo Chin said at a press conference.
He believes that the incident is connected to his nephew, Lim Jack Son, who owes money to 12 loan sharks, known in Malaysia as Ah Long.
Earlier in the year, the Driffield Times reported that vandals had poured gloss paint and tar on a red Volkswagen Scirocco parked on private land in Driffield.
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