Sergeant: Sir, our men are ready. I have stationed 300 men at Penang Road in front of Komtar, 300 men each at the side roads and another 500 men at the road behind. We have 500 rounds of tear gas and the water cannons are ready.
Inspector: 1400 men? Why do you want so many men for?
Sergeant: That was what we use to do sir? In KL we stationed much more than this sir?
Inspector: That's KL, sergeant, this is Penang.
Sergeant" I don't understand sir, Penang, KL, what is the difference?
Inspector: A lot of difference sergeant, a lot of difference.
Sergeant: Then what do I do sir?
Inspector: Send back 1350 men, all the tear gas and the water cannons.
Sergeant: That will leave us with 50 men only sir. The men will pee in their pants sir.
Inspector: Just do what I said sergeant if you don't want to be doing desk duties the rest of your life.
Sergeant: Yes, Sir, thank you sir. Corporal Hisham, come here.
Corporal: Yes, Sir.
Sergeant: Send all the tear gas, the water cannons and 1350 men back to their barracks.
Corporal: What? We all want to fight with what? You want us to tickle the demonstrators to death ka?
Sergeant: Orders from the inspector.
Corporal: In KL they say all demonstrators are dangerous; we should take them as our enemies, now in Penang different. Why?
Sergeant: In KL we are fighting the opposition; here we are up against the government.
Corporal: I thought they said it is UMNO people who are demonstrating. Now you are saying DAP, PKR and PAS. Which one?
Sargeant: When did I say DAP, PKR and PAS are demonstrating? I never said that.
Corporal: You said, here we are up against the government; the government here is DAP, PKR and PAS. UMNO is the opposition.
Sargeant: Yes, la ah. Now UMNO opposition in Penang ah. I did not think of that la.
Corporal: I am sure that is the reason they don't want so many of us here, because the demonstrators are their people, but what if they become violent sir? Our men will die la.
Sargeant: You think they care what happens to us ka? Shhh, the inspector is coming. Go now corporal. Sir, just curiosity sir, what if they attacked our men sir? There are just too few of us sir.
Inspector: Don't worry; for the amount of money they are paid, they wouldn't risk their limbs.
Sargeant: The demonstrators are paid?