|Tambun amok case|
|Date|| May 25, 1915|
|Location(s)||Tambun, Federated Malay States|
On May 25, 1915 a Chinese wounded 13 people in Tambun, Federated Malay States. The man, who was armed with a butcher's knife, rushed out of a shop, and indiscriminately attacked people, until he was overpowered by a policeman. Among his victims, of whom most suffered head injuries, were five children.