Petaling Jaya: The Malaysian Volleyball Association (Mava) has suspended all volleyball-related activities after a coach saw a viral video of him slapping two teenage players at an under-14 women’s volleyball championship It is said that it was done.
In a statement posted to its Facebook page on Sunday (January 1) evening, Maba also said it had launched an immediate investigation into the incident.
“Mava takes viral videos seriously and has a zero tolerance policy for the use of violence against anyone.
“We will take the necessary actions under the law and the Maba Constitution,” the statement read.
It added that it would contact the individuals involved in the incident and the relevant authorities.
It was previously reported that a video of a volleyball coach slapping two players went viral on social media.
The incident is believed to have occurred during the women’s division of the U-14 Youth Volleyball Championship B-14 2022 held on December 16, 2022.
In the 3rd place match, the Malacca team played against Johor at Johor’s school.
In a video streamed live on Facebook, the Malacca coach could be seen slapping two players during a break after the team lost a point.