If a slapping incident took place in front of him, Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng said he would not be just "standing there as if it was none of his business."
Lim said he would try to stop the incident from happening as there is "no excuse for violence".
"I would lodge a police report. The person who got slapped should also lodge a police report so action can be taken," said the DAP secretary-general.
"What happened in front of the prime minister last night gave the impression that violence can be used on certain Malaysians," he added...
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