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Receiving physical damage by a person

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asked on Jun 8, 2016 at 07:01
by   Joe Bob
Hi. I am a foreigner who is studying in Malaysia.
Recently a guy who was once a friend of mine started talking to me. 
I tried ignoring him but he does not want to be ignored. 
That guy's parents run a supermarket in the neighbourhood.
I pass by that shop almost everyday because my gym is located across the shops.
One day I was on my way back home after my exercise at 10pm.
Suddenly a random hand just slapped my right shoulder and when I looked aside it was him. 
He said he wanted to talk to me so I had no choice but to follow him as he is impossible to communicate with words fully. By this I mean that he is unable to control his emotions and physical contact would occur. 
I talked to him and at the end I wasted an hour talking to him. He continues to send text messages to me but I really dislike it it. 
He wants me to talk to him face to face again as he did not receive his wanted answer in our previous encounter.
I am worried that the next time he meets me he would apply physical damage to me and I am not sure what I should do at that situation.
Here is my question:
If I am beaten up and I laid not a single touch on the guy, is he punishable? What would the police do? Is it necessary to find a lawyer to solve this problem as a pure victim of the incidence? Do video footages help to cinch the incidence? Is it possible to call the police if he pulls me forcefully even if I resist it? 

I am planning to talk to him in his parents' supermarket where there is a surveillance camera active. Dear lawyers, please help me to seek the solution of this horrible situation I am suffering. 

Yours sincerely,
 Joe
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answered on Jun 9, 2016 at 00:08
by   mike
Hi. I am a foreigner who is studying in Malaysia. 
Recently a guy who was once a friend of mine started talking to me.  
I tried ignoring him but he does not want to be ignored.  
He was once, your friend..
why must you keep ignoring..? 
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