Tuesday, July 24, 2012

Sorry this not April Fool's Day but this is about "No Lift" day

The Health Ministry will be introducing a "no lift day", whereby staff members from the minis­try's complexes, hospitals and health departments will have to take the stairs to their offices, even if they are located on the 10th floor of the building.

Health Minister Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai said the "no lift day" was meant to promote a healthy lifestyle.

"On the 'no lift day', everyone will have to use the stairs. As we are promoting healthy lifestyles, it is only right that we take the lead and set an example," he said.

Liow said that the campaign would be held on a weekly basis and it could start after the fasting month.

Yes Minister, how about no sex day, no car day, no train day, no sleep day, no sick day ... and the ultimate day of all NO DAY DAY

You want Malaysian PR, only RM4,000. Driving license, cheaper only RM3,800

A PURPORTED credential mill claiming to have access to the relevant authorities is selling Malaysian permanent resident identification cards and academic qualifications ranging from SPM to foreign university degrees for not more than RM4,000 each online, Sin Chew Daily reported today.

The daily’s expose came two days after Malay daily Berita Harian reported that a local private education institution is allegedly collaborating with three foreign universities to churn out instant degrees, and the discovery less than two months ago of two online mills believed to have sold thousands of fake Universiti Sains Malaysia degrees.

According to the report, the pedlar, Edmund, advertised his service at a social forum frequented by people in sleazy trades, and boasted that the MyPR (Malaysian PR identification card) and driving licences he is selling are genuine and there will be proper records with the relevant departments to prove the documents’ authenticity.

He claimed to have obtained MyPR for many nationals from China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Myanmar, Vietnam and Thailand.

According to the price list on the website, the MyPR costs around RM4,000 depending on the applicant’s nationality.

As for driving licences, they cost RM2,200 each for Malaysians and RM3,800 each for foreigners.

“There is no need to sit for any test. We guarantee 100% that the licences can be renewed,” said Edmund.

There is also a long list of certificates, diplomas and degrees to pick from.

The prices range from RM2,500 (SPM certificate) to RM2,500-3,000 (diplomas in business administration, hotel management, ICT, accounting and surveying) to RM3,800 (degrees in 14 disciplines) - The SunDaily

Lady Gaga!

Dog, don't shit here!

Get a degree or even a PhD in a just a week in Malaysia

Berita Harian published an expose that showed that you can earn a university degree within a week by paying RM7,500 to get the scroll.

The daily revealed that the diplomas, Master's degrees and doctorates were issued by a private institution of higher learning said to be affiliated with three foreign universities.

Checks later revealed that the universities in the United States and Britain were non-existent.

A reporter, who went undercover and paid the sum along with 46 other graduates, later received his scroll during a convocation ceremony held at a hotel in Subang, Selangor.

Those said to have received the certificates include politicians, businessmen, engineers and bank officers as well as foreigners.

A college spokesman, who only wished to be known as Sally, claimed that students did not need to follow the conventional methods to obtain a degree.

She added that students had to pay RM6,500 for a bachelor's degree, RM8,500 for a Masters and RM10,500 for a PhD plus RM1,000 in fees to participate in the convocation ceremony.

How to steal from retail outlets

Retail outlets beware. A roll of aluminium foil costing just RM7 (S$2.80) can "disable" security scanners, allowing shoplifters to go off undetected.

Starhill Gallery security chief Colin Siow said his staff detected the latest modus operandi after they noticed three shoppers behaving suspiciously at the shopping mall recently.

They noticed two women and a man, who were sitting at a cafe in the mall, exchanging items among themselves, Siow said.

"When our security personnel approached the three people, who are believed to be foreigners, they bolted. However, they left behind several bags.

"We inspected the bags and found 23 pairs of stolen trousers," he said.

Upon closer scrutiny, security personnel found that the bags had aluminium foil stitched into the inner lining.

"The aluminium foil impedes the signal between the security tag on the goods and the detection system" - The Star

Sunday, July 22, 2012

Acid splashers strike again!

Two women close friend in their late 30s were seriously injured when two men on a motorcycle splashed acid on them near Dewan Bahasa Pustaka in Kuala Lumpur yesterday.

In the incident at about 3:30 pm the victims reportedly were walking to the car park in the area to take their vehicles to return home.

Friday, July 20, 2012

Simple solution: if any money is missing from your cash register, ask your cashier to strip

A woman cashier at a pharmacy in Johor claimed she was forced to remove her clothes for allegedly stealing RM50 at her workplace here recently.

The 24-year-old victim said the incident happened around 4.30 pm last Monday when two women who were supervisors found RM50 missing from the daily takings and accused her of stealing the money.

Thursday, July 19, 2012

Man shot bird but hit a boy

A student in Trengganuwas injured in his left shoulder when hit by shots fired by a member of the People's Volunteer Corps (Rela) after the shooter thought the student was a bird.

The 17-year old student was climbing a tree hunting for a bird nest when the volunteer who saw the swaying tree fired a shot thinking the boys was a bird.

Malaysian loan sharks are 2000% cleverer than banks

Malaysian loan sharks have come up with a noble idea to get debtors to pay up. The now employ attractive women and this has been proven to be successful.

In the past loan sharks had resorted to violence or harassment of debtors. Their favorite method was to spray red paint in or around debtors premises. As a result, borrowers often reported them to authorities.

The women, who are attractive, would go to the borrower's office and sit there quietly until the debts are paid. They do not use violence. Instead, they are gentle and dressed nicely. Many borrowers are willing to pay back their debts to these women out of embarrassment because their presence attracts unwanted attention. 

This could only happen in Johor

This could only happen in Johor Baru. 

Wednesday, July 18, 2012

Don't have money to buy iPhone? Prostitute yourself

Madness against various gadgets and cutting-edge telecommunications equipment caused a 14-year-old girl to sell her body, including sleeping with men in their 60s to get money to buy her favorite gadgets.

She was uncovered when her family realized she had branded and the latest gadgets that costing thousands of dollars.

Initially the the girl claimed the gadgets belonged to a school friend but she later admitted selling her body because she wanted to have the goods.

Sharing her experience the girl who wanted to be known as Sarah said she started prostituting herself early this year.

"Every time I sell the body, I get RM200 to RM300. The figure is good and it allows me to purchase a variety of new gadgets such as tablet computers and smartphones including the iPad, BlackBerry in addition to well-known branded handbags."

Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Cop ran amok, two injured

A 32-year-old police inspector ran amok here, injuring two hotel employees and vandalising several cars in Seremban 2.

It is learnt that the officer, who is attached to the Commercial Crime Division, had gone to a hotel on Monday night and booked a room before running amok hours later.

Sources revealed that during the incident early yesterday, the officer had attacked the hotel staff, believed to be due to an argument over the use of the weapon.

He then dashed outside and damaged several parked cars.

"Two hotel employees have been admitted to hospital with severe injuries," said the sources - The Star

Another day, another mall, another car park attack

A businessman has become the latest victim of a violent robbery at a shopping mall car park here.

The victim who only wanted to be known as Lim, 69, said the incident happened after he and his wife closed their shop at 1Utama and gone to his car parked at the lower-ground floor at around 10pm on Monday.

“We were just about to get into our car when a man approached me from the side and tried to grab my briefcase.

“I tried to fight back but the man started punching me in the face,” he said when met at the scene yesterday - The Star

Taekwondo wife finally beaten up by husband after she had beaten up her husband for so long

A TIMID man who was frequently beaten by his wife, a taekwondo exponent, finally hit her back after an argument over his mistress, reported China Press.

He punched, kicked and bit her and slammed her head against the wall, leaving her with bruises all over her body.

The daily said the couple from Sungai Limau and Gurun, Kedah, have a transportation company in Kuala Lumpur. The husband had complained to his friends that his bad-tempered wife always beat him up.

Their relationship went downhill several years ago after the wife found out that the man was having an affair with a Thai woman.

Last Saturday, they had an argument and the man assaulted the wife, who had no energy to fight back because she had not eaten for two days.

Man tried to cook wife. Maybe he was hungry

ANGERED by his wife's divorce request, a man in Jinjang Selatan tried to push her head into a wok of hot oil, reported Harian Metro.

The man, a Bangladeshi in his 30s, had just returned home at 11pm when the 25-year-old told him she wanted a divorce.

“The man became abusive and tried to stab her with a knife.

“Angered that she had avoided being stabbed, the man grabbed his wife by the hair and pushed her head towards a wok filled with hot oil in the kitchen.

“However, the victim managed to escape,” a source told the Malay daily.

The victim fled and made a police report at the Jinjang police station.

You want Thai women, Chinese women or Vietnamese women .... you don't have to fly anymore. We got them all

A total of 20 foreign women believed to be prostitutes and two locals who guarded the premise were detained in a massage parlor in Puchong Jaya near Kuala Lumpr last night.

Operation, 'Ops Noda' was accompanied by members of the Gambling, Secret Societies and Vices (D7) of the Police Headquarters led Serdang Inspector Mohd Roslin. Isaac and members of Puchong Jaya Police Station led by Inspector Hailmi Zil Nordindi Azam.

Roslin said. in the raid for two and a half hours starting at 11 o'clock that night, six women citizens of Vietnam, four Chinese nationals and 10 Thai nationals aged between 20 and 30 are held together 12 local customers.

Whole family arrested for heroin trafficking

A husband and wife were among three arrested in a raid on an apartment unit in Bandar Damai Perdana here last Friday on suspicion of involvement in drug trafficking of heroin.

Kajang OCPD, ACP Ab Rashid Ab Wahab said the pair, aged 30 and 28 years old and younger brother of her husband, aged 16, were arrested in a raid on the unit at 12:15 midnight.

"Police also seized 100 packets of plastic, each containing one gram of heroin. Each packet is sold at RM80 for the local market," he said at a press conference here today.

Saturday, July 14, 2012

Confessions of a Malaysian gigolo

ELOQUENT and well-dressed, he seems a typical 30-something Malaysian yuppie. But John, 34 (not his real name) leads a double life. He's a paralegal worker by day and a toy boy by night. His gigolo sideline yields more than triple the salary he earns as a law executive.

On an average month, he makes up to RM10,000 servicing older female clients. And that's not counting the lavish presents they shower on him.

Also in this gigolo circle is the 34-year-old Algerian man who has been arrested in connection with the murder of a Singaporean woman in one of Kuala Lumpur's party zones, Bangsar. The woman, 50-year-old Mahani Abdullah, was found dead on 3 Nov in a condominum. 

Like the Algerian gigolo, John is no stranger to Singaporean women. Six years ago, he met a Singaporean woman in her 40s while partying at Hard Rock Cafe in Kuala Lumpur.

"She was having marriage problems and was looking for comfort," he said. After making eye contact, John started chatting with her.

"I asked if she was having problems and whether she needed to talk to somebody," he said.

He went from confidante to lover in a matter of a few dates. "On the fifth time or so, I started asking for money. After all, she was wealthy," he said.

She didn't seem to mind. In fact, the woman bought him a Breitling watch which cost several thousand dollars for his birthday.

He said: "It's my fancy watch - I still wear it on special occasions and for business meetings."

"I need the money to sustain my lifestyle - I'm a party animal," he said.

He also has a penchant for expensive watches. On his wrist is a RM12,000 Omega watch he bought with his earnings - SOURCE

Mafia has arrived in Malaysia

Two patrons at a restaurant were seriously injured when a gunman, armed with a shotgun, opened fire at their table in what was believed to be a planned hit yesterday morning.

The incident in Green Heights was the second mafia-style shooting reported in the state this year.

The first case was reported in Sibu in January.

Police believe that both cases could be linked to an on-going turf war to take control of illegal gambling operations in the state.

In yesterday's incident, businessman Ang Soon Heng, 30, was shot in the head, while Ho Leong Hee, 60, was hit in the abdomen.

Police believe that Ang was the intended victim, while Ho was simply at the wrong place at the wrong time - NST

Durians killed a man

A senior citizen was killed after a big basket of durians he was transporting on the back of his motorcycle fell on him.

The freak accident happened when Lam Fook Chee lost his balance in Jalan Sungai Klau, near here.

The 10am incident saw the basket fall on the 68-year-old. Lam suffered serious injuries to his head.

State Public Order and Traffic chief Superintendent Mohamed Fauzi Abdul Rahim said the victim, from Sungai Chalit here, died on the way to Raub Hospital - NST

Once upon a time there was a panic room. Now there are panic buttons

A wireless panic button has been installed at the car park of a popular shopping mall as a measure to combat crime and protect car park users.

The panic button will alert security personnel and police within 10 seconds to initiate immediate response in the event something untoward happens.

Sunway Shopping Malls chief executive officer H.C. Chan said the feature was aimed at providing an extra layer of security to help safeguard customers in light of the recent snatch theft cases reported at shopping mall car parks - The Star

Video: 7 machete-wielding men vs a single machete-wielding man. Guess who win?


Thursday, July 12, 2012

A house is no longer a castle. A car might be

A family in Kuala Lumpur decided to make their car as their permanent home after being robbed in their rented apartment. During the robbery their 17-year old daughter was slashed in the neck and the robbers carted away a computer, household items and two bags.

The man said there were two more attempts to break-in into their apartment after the first incident. They then decided to move into their car - they now live in their car outside a hospital near here.

Beware: If you don't come to school, your teacher will punch you

A junior secondary school student near Klang was injured when a teacher punched on the mouth on Thursday. As a result he had broken and swollen lips and had difficulty with eating.

He was punched by the teacher after he could not adequate explanation why he was absent from school for 10 consecutive days early last year.

Her auntie told press, the student returned home on the day he was punched with his school shirt and tie bloodied. She claimed her nephew was already punished for the same offence when he was caned. She could not understand why the teacher had to punch him when he was already punished.

Woman lie dead and no one came to help

Madam Tan Kim Chuan was walking alone from her flat to her work place at about 6 am in Penang recently when a motorbike with two people on it came from behind and snatched her handbag. She hit her head on the road and died in hospital. 

Ten people were seen via CCTV walking around the area but no one came to help her.  Eventually, a passer-by notified the authorities and she was taken to the Penang Hospital.

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Wednesday, July 11, 2012

Big python wanted to eat a man. Man ran python stayed hungry

A rubber tapper in Johor was traumatised when he came face to face with a 6.5 meter python at his farm.

According to him, he saw the python about to strike him at about 9:30 AM. He panicked and ran before the python could strike him.

"I panicked and ran before the animal is able to attack. At that time I only think about death," he said when met after the incident at his home located just one kilometer from the farm.

He then used his mobile phone to get help villagers who later captured the python.

(Picture of the python captured by the villagers. Picture by Kosmo)

Gigolo cheated by non-gigolo

China Press reported that a would-be male escort got cheated when he responded to a flyer looking for gigolos.

The jobless man, 28, from Johor Baru, who identified himself as Zhang, said he picked up an advertisement pamphlet offering jobs as male escorts at a car park last month.

He called the number and a man named John persuaded him to take up the offer.

"John claimed that I can earn a lot of money by singing at karaoke parlours and having sex with clients, who he said are between 30 and 60 in age.

"I banked in a RM1,000 (S$409) commission to him, but realised later that I had been cheated when he did not get back to me," said Zhang.

Beware! Flasher at your favourite convenience store

A female employee at a convenience store was traumatised after a man in his 30s exposed his private parts in front of her.

Harian Metro reported that the victim was working alone in the 24-hour store in Arau when the man walked in at about 9am on Tuesday.

After taking several items to the checkout counter, the man unzipped his trousers and showed her his private parts.

The shocked victim in her 20s could only scream.

30 snatch jobs later, the criminal was finally caught

A snatch thief behind 30 cases the past six months finally found himself in the arms of the law.

The 25-year-old jobless man did his last 'job' at 3.45pm on Tuesday when he snatched a handbag from a woman in Kampung Simee.

Police swung into action after receiving a report. They raided the man's rented house in Bercham, some 5km away, and caught him at 5pm.

50-year old raped on her first date

A 50-year old woman search for love on the Internet ended up miserably after she was raped and blackmailed.

It is learnt that the 50-year-old woman had gone to a house in Cheras to meet a foreign man she had befriended through a social networking site in May.

Tuesday, July 10, 2012

Raped daily by her own boss

A 26-year-old foreign worker claimed that she was raped and abused by her employer for more than a year.

The woman, identified as “S” from Hyderabad in India, said she came to Malaysia in 2010 on the invitation of a friend to work as a cashier at a sundry store in Ulu Tiram before she was employed at a pub in Permas Jaya.

She said her ordeal began last year when her employer started making advances towards her.

She claimed that the man had raped her almost daily and would beat her up if she refused to comply.

The woman added that she had to undergo two abortions which he paid for.

Unable to stand her employer's abuse, she escaped last month and sought the assistance of a church group and Tenaganita - The Star

Monday, July 9, 2012

Man cried after finding wife in a compromising position with her boss

A husband near Kuala Lumpur could only shed tears after finding his wife in a compromising position with her boss. The man had earlier quarrelled with his wife and walked out of their house. However, fearing for her safety he decided to return home but was surprised to see his wife and her boss inside the house.

The wife's lover managed to run away from the man but was apprehended by the villagers and handed over to the police.

Sunday, July 8, 2012

When cops are robbers....

Two police officers were charged in a Sessions Court here with robbing four Bangladeshi nationals at gunpoint.

Junaidi Awang, 33, and Rasli Zainol Abidin, 40, and two others who are still at large were accused of robbing Md Shafiqul Sheikh, Md Moshiur Rahman, Borhan Uddin Molla, and Al Amien of RM592  in cash.

The alleged offence occurred in the basement of the Sri Ara Apartment on Jalan PJU 1A/5, Ara Damansara at 12.30am on July 11 last year.

Thursday, July 5, 2012

Dead baby in a shoebox

A prematurely born baby was found dead in a shoebox in the men’s toilet at a bus terminal here.

A bus driver made the shocking discovery when he entered the toilet at the Melaka Sentral Bus Terminal at 8.10am yesterday.

Another day, another car park attacker

Another woman has been brutally attacked in broad daylight at a car park near a hypermarket here.

Nooralida M. Noor was getting into her car at a shopping centre at around 2.50pm on Tuesday when a man forcibly entered her car and slashed her left arm and neck.

Although she fought back and tried shouting, the man pinned her down and warned her "not to be stupid", she said in her Facebook account.

Recently, Internet marketeer Chin Xin-Ci posted on Facebook her ordeal of being almost kidnapped by two men at a shopping mall car park on May 27.

Less than 24 hours later, two women were robbed of RM80,000 at the same place while another woman was robbed at the outdoor parking lot near a shopping centre on June 4.

On June 24, a woman nearly had her finger severed by an armed robber as she stopped in front of her friend's house at Taman Tun Dr Ismail.

Just 32 hours earlier, another woman was robbed and slashed on the head while she was walking towards her car at a shopping mall car park.

Wednesday, July 4, 2012

How to get a shop to replace your faulty TV

This guy got so fed-up with his faulty TV and decided to do something about it ...... This happened in Karamunsing, Sabah

A 17-year old boy turned a housewife into a sex slave by using black magic

A 17-year old boy used black magic to turn a Malaysian housewife into a sex slave, a Malay daily reported. The youth later forced her to have sex with him and threatened to expose her video on the internet.

She claimed the youngster manipulated her to ask her husband for a divorce. According to the woman she spent a large amount of money seeking help from shamans.

Her husband later lodged a police report against the boy.

Tuesday, July 3, 2012

Magic chant killed man-eating crocodile

A VILLAGE shaman and renowned crocodile hunter has claimed responsibility over the death of Bujang Sebelak, a 3.65m-long crocodile believed to be responsible for the death of three villagers at Sebelak river in Saratok, Sarawak.

Shaman Indet Sanabong, 42, told Kosmo! he managed to kill the crocodile by reading a chant he learnt 33 years ago and slapping the crocodile in the head.

Bujang Sebelak is said to have killed three villagers who lived at the Nanga Sungai Anak longhouse since 2010, including the headman's wife.

Indet, his 45-year-old brother Tinggi and two assistants, went upriver and found the reptile caught in a trap they had set earlier.

The “battle” with the reptile lasted an hour before Indet landed his final blow - The Star

Some stepmothers are..........

Four children were beaten and shouted at constantly and forced to find food and medicinal herbs in the jungle.

The young siblings were starved, subject to physical abuse and forced into manual labour by their stepmother, who kept them with her for two years in Indonesia, refusing to let them return home to their father in Malaysia.

The nightmare for Nurul Safiza and her siblings Muhammad Nurhan, nine, and Nur Masyita Amiera, eight, ended last Saturday after they were taken home to Malaysia by their father, Mr Nordi Adi, 57, with the assistance of the Umno Youth Community Complaints Bureau

The family touched down at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport at about 12.15pm.

Said Mr Nordi: "We were unable to bring my eldest child home as she was in a different location from the other three."

Car killed owner

A real estate planning manager had driven to a construction site of his company in Falim, a district in Ipoh, Malaysia, to supervise the work there.

When Mr Zhong Wen Kun, 58, left the car to inspect the site, he removed the key from the ignition but didn't pull up the handbrake.

And as he was making his rounds, the car slowly rolled forward, pinning him to a slope.

Nobody knew he was trapped until his colleagues started looking for him.

Mr Zhong was found about six hours later, face down in the mud with his lower body trapped under the white four-wheel drive early on Tuesday morning, China Press reported.

Buy one house get another one free

Developers are using this innovative marketing approach to boost property development in both countries, Nanyang Siang Pau reported.

However, buyers will have to purchase a RM10mil residence (S$4million) in China to get their free luxury home valued at RM500,000 in Malaysia, the paper said.

The local developers would maintain and rent out the property for the foreign owners and, at the same time, help them apply for the Malaysia My Second Home programme.

Many Chinese developers have purchased a large number of properties in Malaysia, which they give away as gifts to customers who buy houses worth between RM10mil and RM20mil.

Policeman shot for supporting the losing Italian side in Euro 2012

A policeman is fighting for his life after being shot during a telecast of the Euro 2012 final at a pub in Nusa Bestari, near here.

The 24-year-old constable from Sarawak was rushed to the intensive care unit of the Sultanah Aminah Hospital after being hit by four bullets in his abdomen in the 4am incident yesterday.

He was said to be in a huff when Italy, the team he was cheering for, was losing the game against Spain.

An argument erupted between him and another football fan, who allegedly tried to stop the young policeman from drawing his pistol to settle the dispute.

In the struggle that ensued, the gun discharged a series of shots that hit the victim - NST

Monday, July 2, 2012

Man wanted to molest a young girl but ending up molesting her grandmother

A man entered a bathroom outside a house in Kulim in Kedah and grabbed the woman in there only to realize that he had embraced a 70-year-old woman.

The molester had actually planned to attack the woman's granddaughter, Sinar Harian reported.

In her police report on the 6.30 a.m. incident in Kulim on Saturday, the grandmother said the man kissed her repeatedly and tried to remove her clothing.

He then whispered to her, “Tak kerja ka? (Are you not working?)”, to which she replied in a frightened manner that she had not been “working” for a long time.

The suspect fled after realizing he had made a mistake.

How to get a university degree without bothering to pass any examination

The brains behind two online degree mills that allegedly churned out fake Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM) scrolls is a former student of the university.

A police source said the 24-year-old woman had a Facebook account offering such scrolls and this had garnered 516 ‘likes’.

She and two others – another woman, aged 25, and a man, 26 - were nabbed at a house in Kampar, Perak, on Saturday.

Several computers were seized in the raid. A soft copy of a USM scroll was found in one of the computers.

The source said a younger sibling of one of the suspects could be a USM student - from The Star

You don't marry me, I burn you

A man doused kerosene on a female bank clerk and burnt her to death after she refused to marry him.

The incident happened around 10:15 PM when the victim reached home from office. She had just got engaged to another suitor.

How to withdraw money from ATM machines without any ATM card

Robbers broke into four ATM machines and carted away RM1.7 million on the first floor of Carrefour hypermarket near Kuala Lumpur yesterday. The security guards noticed something wrong only around 7 am.

This is not the first time an ATM machine had been broken into:-

- On March 21 Thieves drilled into a machine and made off with RM200,000 at Bangunan Perdana Siswa in Universiti Malaya. A month later, RM190,000 was stolen from another ATM in Pandan Indah.

- On May 25 An ATM with RM200,000 was stolen from a shopping mall in Balakong, Seri Kembangan. The next day, an ATM in University Light Rail Transit (LRT) station was stolen incurring losses of over RM61,000.

- On May 28 Thieves failed to steal an ATM in a hypermarket at Pantai Dalam after the alarm went off.

- On June 14 Thieves made off with an ATM containing about RM48,000 from the KTM Komuter station in Subang Jaya.

- On June 22 Thieves carted away RM80,000 after breaking open an ATM in a supermarket in Taman Melawati, Ampang.