Robbers in M'sia beat woman senseless... for having only $38 in ATM

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The woman was walking alone last night when robbers struck.

She was at the Pandan Jaya LRT station in Selangor, Malaysia, when two robbers threatened her with a knife at around 11.30pm, Malaysian newspaper Harian Metro reported.

They forced the 24-year-old to get into their car, punched her face several times and then drove to a bank where she was forced to withdraw money from the ATM machine. 

But that was not the end of her ordeal.

Angry there's only RM100

The two suspects turned furious when found out the victim only RM100 (S$37.60) in the bank account. That was when they turned on her with a vengeance.

They beat her until she suffered serious injuries on her face, had broken teeth and bruises on her body.

Then they dumped the unconscious victim on the street. Some people later came to her aid. 

Pandan Indah police station confirmed the incident.

Sources: Star Online, Harian Metro