All good now, Najib says after TN50 slap drama

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The assault on film director David Teo at a TN50 dialogue last night has prompted public outcry but Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak, who witnessed the incident, said "it's all good now".

"Discussion got a little too intense yesterday! A lively discussion, but it's all good now.

"All will be heard for TN50," Najib said on Twitter.

He was lauded by his followers, including one James Saw, who said Teo was being "utterly insolent".

"The slap was to awaken him from impertinence," Saw, who uses the handle @tiagomaulle, replied to Najib.

"We need to uphold manners," he said...

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