Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Rent An Exorcist

Sunday, September 22, 2013

How to make RM1 million a year doing special services

Handsome payments for "special services" is not new in Malaysia's beauty industry, it seems.

"It started when I was still in the pageant," claimed beauty queenturned-pop star Soo Wincci, 28, who was crowned Miss World Malaysia in 2008.

"There would be different rich people approaching me and other girls, using really nice words and very smart ways to sugarcoat their requests," she claimed in a phone interview with Malaysian news portal The Daily Chilli.

Recounting her multiple encounters with wealthy men who were looking for beautiful, young playthings and willing to pay up to RM1 million (S$385,500), she claimed: "There are different scenarios. There was once I performed in Genting. My manager and I were already packing up our stuff and on our way out.

Some helper came backstage and asked me, 'How much do you want for a meal (together)? I can offer you RM30,000'. I straightaway told the person, 'I don't do that kind of thing'.

"Another one came in the form of a so-called endorsement. There were four datuks and they said they wanted to employ me as the 'Junior CEO' of their company and I didn't have to do anything other than fly around and do 'PR work'. They were offering me RM1 million for a year.

While in Malaysia, don't ever think of stealing a bike

Police are investigating the case of an alleged motorcycle thief who died several days after being beaten up by a crowd.

The suspect was attacked by a group of people when he was spotted trying to wheel away a motorcycle which was parked in front of a shop in Jalan Bandar Baru Dalam here around 12.30pm on Sept 13.

Police said the owner noticed the man wheeling away the motorcycle and called out for help.

"Members of the public surrounded the man before beating him up. He was later handed over to the police with head injuries.".

The man was treated at the Kuala Lumpur Hospital for two days before he was charged on Thursday and released on bail. The man later complained about feeling ill when he was at home before being rushed to the hospital where he was pronounced dead.

Cop robbed beer

A lorry driver and a policeman are accused of ganging up and robbing a lorry container of thousands of cans of an alcoholic brew near here more than a week ago.

Lorry driver M. Manogaran, 45, and Kpl S. Ramunaidu, 53, pleaded not guilty to the offence that was allegedly committed at a Petronas petrol station at Km12.3 of the Klang-bound Federal Highway at 11.30pm on Sept 11.

The vehicle was driven by one S. Munian, 56.

On board were 2,378 cases of 320ml cans of stout, with each case holding 24 cans. The cargo belonged to Carlsberg Marketing Sdn Bhd.

How to make ends meet

An accounts clerk by day and call girl by night, Lina earns RM10,000 (S$3,900) a month to "make ends meet" in Kuala Lumpur.

To her colleagues at a private company, the 32-year-old is a well-groomed, diligent and committed employee.

But the woman told Metro Ahad that that was only her facade from 9am to 5pm. At night, she said she changed "skins" to pay for her car, branded clothes, luxury condominium and lavish lifestyle.

The newspaper contacted her through a blog used by sex workers to find clients.

"None of my office colleagues knows what I do at night," said Lina, who goes by the name Angel on the Internet.

"I also choose my clients. I do not entertain just any man and I have regulars."

She has been carrying on with her double life for three years because of the high cost of living in the capital.

Monday, August 12, 2013

How to collect that debt......banks please take note

Police rescued a 22-year-old man who was held captive and tortured in a house on Jalan Pahang over a RM3,000 loan that he allegedly owed his attackers.

The victim was rescued after his elder brother reported his kidnapping and ransom demand following a telephone call he received from the culprits using his sibling’s phone.

The victim was found to have a deep slash wound on his right arm and a piece of flesh was hacked off from a toe on his right foot.

Wednesday, August 7, 2013

Why lottery is bad for you

A 62-YEAR-OLD man collected his first prize winnings of RM3,500 in a four-digit lottery in Teluk Intan but lost it within a few minutes, reported Tamil Nesan.

On Sunday, the estate worker was walking to his favourite shop for mee soup when he took out the money to count it.

A motorcyclist told him that he had dropped some money on the road and as he was looking downwards, another motorcyclist came and grabbed the money.

Wednesday, July 24, 2013

Good (most probably stupid) robbers caught

They came, they robbed and much to the surprise of the pleading victim, returned most of the money.

But there was no escape for the two men, aged 23 and 31. Alert witnesses confronted them and handed them over to the cops.

The robbers stormed into the room of Indonesian labourer Herman Sugiono at a house in Lorong Kulit here at 9.30pm Monday.

Claiming to be policemen, they demanded to check his passport.

They then snatched RM163 from Herman’s bag. But when the Indo­nesian begged them to return his money, they relented and returned RM113 to him.

But as they fled with the RM50, several local residents who had seen them enter the room blocked their escape and handed them over to the police.

Robbed 10 times by the same people in 11 days

Five men armed with machetes have robbed KK Super Mart, a 24-hour mini-supermarket chain, 11 times in 10 days.

The five robbers – believed to be in their 20’s – did not wear masks or helmets when they robbed the mini-supermarkets in Klang Valley. And on each occasion they drove the same car with same number plate.

Gun shot owner injuring his.........

A man in Sarawak was found miraculously alive with serious injuries to his genital, abdomen after being hit by gunfire from a shotgun while out hunting deer in a forest village yesterday.

The man who was alone was believed to have been shot by his own gun after the gun fell down and hit the ground hitting his genital.