Monday, October 31, 2011

Imagine, Two Boys Aged 7 And 8.......

A six-month clandestine criminal spree by two boys, aged seven and eight, were disclosed when they bragged about it to a friend. The boys told their friend that they had broken into 26 houses in Precinct 8, here. Putrajaya police chief Supt Abdul Razak Abd Majid said the duo had broken into the houses by using the keys left by its owners outside the house.

"The two boys not only bragged about their clandestine activities, but also showed the loot to their friend whose house was also broken into. Angry with the duo, the boy informed his father.

"Shocked with the information, the father lodged a police report and the two boys were arrested at their respected houses at 5.40pm and 6.30pm on Oct 28," he told reporters here today.

Upon interrogation, the two boys admitted that they had been involved in the activities over the past six months, he said. Abdul Razak said the boys had been playing truant from school and breaking into houses by using the keys hidden in shoes outside the houses after the owners left for work in the morning.

"They only took money and some stuff from the houses, but it did not involve other valuables," he said.

He said the boys would use the money to shop at Alamanda shopping complex. Abdul Razak said the two boys would be handed-over to the Social Welfare Department (JKM) for further action.

"They can't be charged as they were underaged. So, any further action will be taken by the JKM," he said.

He also reminded the people in Putrajaya not to leave their house keys outside the house to prevent untoward incidents. – Bernama

Thursday, October 27, 2011

You Charge Higher Price, We Hack Your Web Site

The website of the Football Association of Malaysia (FAM) has been defaced, with hackers changing its logo and posting vulgarities on the web page. The hackers demanded that ticket prices for tomorrow’s Malaysia Cup final match be reduced. FAM had raised the ticket price for the Terengganu-Negri Sembilan match from RM30 to RM50.

The hackers described the decision as “illogical”, calling FAM a capitalist.

An online report from a Bahasa Malaysia daily about the ticket price issue was also included in the page. The defaced page credited UM’07, cr3ws, gaysec and anti-p4sti for the hack.

Earlier, Bernama reported that police are investigating an incident in which four men on motorcycles hurled five packets of red paint at FAM’s premises in Kelana Jaya.

Hardcore poor who can pay for satellite TV and cars

Recipients of Rubber Industry Smallholders Development Authority’s (Risda) housing aid for the hardcore poor were found to have Astro television dishes and cars.

The Auditor-General’s Report said this had cast doubt on the eligibility of the recipients.

The report, which showed pictures of homes with satellite dishes and cars, said Risda had approved 6,033 out of 12,708 applications for homes under the hardcore poor programme up to December last year.

Only 14 But Already Had Four Abortions

A 14-year-girl who gave birth to a stillborn at home has ad­­mitted to having had four abortions.

The teenager, who lives with her family in a shophouse at Pulau Meranti here, was found by her parents on Monday night looking pale. They were shocked to see her bleeding profusely and informed a relative, who lodged a police report.

When the police arrived, they found a stillborn baby in a yellow plastic bag in the girl’s room. The girl then admitted that she had given birth to the baby. She also admitted to have had aborted four previous pregnancies.

Sepang OCPD Supt Imran Abdul Rahman confirmed that police were investigating the matter.

Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Religious Men Conned By A Not So Religious Woman

With just sweet words a woman earned thousands of dollars after luring unsuspected victims to attend an interview and seminar. The woman made use of internet and advertising banners to attract her victims to attend the non-existent interview and seminar.

To convince the victims, the suspect in her 30's booked rooms and hall at a local hotel using check from a suspended account. Each selected participant for the interview and seminar was charged RM200 allegedly for food and lodging.

The fraud has been detected since last June in the North West of Kedah and Perak with five police reports lodged so far.

The suspect normally advertised on the Internet and banners around Kuala Lumpur and Bangkok supposedly of a grand opening a new religious school in Kuala Lumpur. The advertisement called for some staff to manage the school, including religious teachers. Interested victims would be asked to attend an interview and seminar on school management.

The victims realized they were cheated after they could not contact the woman and the seminar as advertised did not materialize.

In addition, the hotel was also short-charged when the check issued by the woman was not honored.

Deputy Director I, Commercial Crime Investigation Department in Bukit Aman, Datuk Tajudin said he had received five police report on the woman's modus operandi in Kedah since last June.