Thursday, August 30, 2012

Man killed father in-law and had wide grin even after being sentenced to death


Despite being sentenced to death for murdering his father-in-law, an unemployed man walked out of the court with a wide grin on his face.

Mohd Azuwa Talib, 25, even asked the court policemen if he should flash a peace sign to photographers.

Mohd Azuwa told his family members in the courtroom not cry because the decision was expected.

"The only penalty is death so do not worry about it and do not cry," he said before exiting the court with a wide grin on his face.

Mohd Azuwa was charged with murdering his father-in-law Armen Suardi, 55, by stabbed him three times at their home in Bandar Tenggara, Kulai between 2.30pm on Nov 8 to 5.20am on Nov 9.

Judicial Commissioner Samsudin Hassan said that the prosecution has succeeded in proving a prima facie case against the accused - The Star

You leave me, I burn you


A hotel staff and his friend pleaded not guilty in a Sessions Court to attempted murder of his ex-girlfriend by setting her on fire over an alleged lovers' spat.

The girl, suffered 30% burn on her body, is still in a coma at the Kuala Lumpur Hospital.

Mohd Amir Mohd Anuar, 19, and security guard Muhammad Faiz Khamaruddin, 24, did not show any reaction when they heard the charge against them on Thursday.

They allegedly set fire to the Nurul Firzanah Mat Zaki, 16, near some bushes at the back of Puspakom in Wangsa Maju at 3.15am on Aug 13 - The Star

My wife is a man ......



A 61-year old man failed to get a court order to compel his wife to undergo a DNA test to verify her gender. He claimed his wife was a man.

The Syariah High Court also ordered the husband to pay RM12,000 in costs.

Wednesday, August 29, 2012

Polygamous man tried suicide after permission to take a second wife was denied



A 68-year old man in Penang tried to kill himself by drinking a bottle of poison after his first wife refused to give her consent for him to take another wife (probably a younger one). In most states in Malaysia you need a written consent from the first wife before you can take another wife.

The man is in a critical condition in a local hospital.

Penang police said the man would be charged in court for attempted suicide. If convicted he could be jailed not more than a year or fined or both.

Tuesday, August 28, 2012

Are Malaysian husbands scared of their wives?



A project manager only goes to sleep during the day when the wife is not around as he feared being beaten up by her, reported Harian Metro.

His wife had wanted a divorce but he had refused, despite knowing that she was having an affair with a lecturer.

It was then that she turned violent scratching his shoulders, strangling him and even trying to stab him with a screwdriver.

A police source said the abuse started in March when he demanded that his wife confess about the affair. Instead, she hit him and lodged a false police report against him.

A month later, the husband, 42, was abused by his wife again when he refused to go to the Syariah Court to file for a divorce.

"The victim stayed with his friend for more than a month because he was afraid of his wife," said the source, adding that the husband eventually moved back home but would sleep when his wife was out.

Worried for his safety, the husband lodged a report at the Sentul police station.

Why tourists flock to Penang?


Sunday, August 26, 2012

Want a beautiful Vietnamese woman, skip Vietnam and come to Malaysia



Vietnamese sex workers are now the favourites among locals, Kosmo! reported.

This new-found interest has been attributed to their alluring physique and better hospitality.

They have also been compared to sex workers from China, who are noted to be more "choosy" about their clients, based on appearance or age.

On the other hand, Vietnamese sex workers were found to be less choosy, so long as their clients were willing to pay between RM100 and RM200.

"Vietnamese prostitutes come here under the pretense of studying in fields such as beauty and tourism," said police anti-vice, gambling and secret societies division head SAC Datuk Abdul Jalil Hassan.

According to him, there were even those who entered the country on their own and would find clients in reflexology centres and massage parlours.

Don't take that toilet break or a crocodile might devour you



A man was bitten by a crocodile during a toilet break under a bridge in Sarawak. He was bitten on his right buttock and the crocodile only let him go after he punched it in the eye. The eye punch resulted in the crocodile releasing its jaws on his buttock.

The heavily bleeding construction worker from Indonesia managed to run away from the crocodile shouting for help from local residents.

Besides a bloody buttock he is believed to suffer from wounds on his ribs.

Friday, August 24, 2012

Even if you are a pimp, don't offer sex services to a cop


A jobless man was jailed four months by the Magistrate’s Court here today after pleading guilty to offering sexual services to a policeman last Wednesday.

Thung Siew Wan 47 had made the offer to Cpl Abd Rashid Jamaludin 30 from the D7 branch Kuala Lumpur police headquarters in front of RHB Bank Jalan Bukit Bintang Dang Wangi here at 10pm on August 22.

For RM30, you might lose your life


All because of a RM30 (less than US$10) debt, a man lost his life after he was beaten up by his colleague.

Mohamad Khairul Anuar Osman, 28, died at Kuala Lumpur Hospital early yesterday morning from injuries sustained in the attack.

The victim's 40-year-old housemate and colleague told police that two men came to their rented house in Jalan Puchong Utama 2/1, Taman Perindustrian Puchong Utama at 4.30am.

The housemate identified one of the men as their 55-year-old colleague.

The two men then used bats to bash the victim in the living room and afterwards fled the scene with their weapons.

Serial molester on the prowl but he molests only elderly women



A molester who seems to target only elderly women is on the prowl at the Pasir Pinji residential area in Ipoh, in Perak state.

The latest victim, his third, is a 76-year-old grandmother.

The other victims are also elderly women, reported The New Straits Times.

The victim, who declined to be named, said she was attacked at 6.40am last Friday, when she was walking home after her morning exercise with friends.

"As I was walking towards my home, I was hugged from behind," she recounted at a press conference.

Her ordeal lasted for a few minutes before the suspect released her.

The victim said that she then shouted to attract the attention of her neighbours.

Tuesday, August 21, 2012

If your house is being disturbed by mysterious elements like djinns and satans, just loan them some money



A faith healer in Johor who provides treatment based on Quran asked her client to lend some RM6,500 to a djinn in order to protect the client's home from being disturbed by satans and other mysterious elements.

She claimed the djinn would refund the money in a Quran wrapped and stitched in yellow fabric during Aidil Fitri.

Though it is a holiday season, you don't or should never throw live firecrackers on patrolling cops



A crazy shop assistant decided to become an overnight hero by throwing live firecrackers on police who were patrolling a street in Kuala Trengganu on Sunday. Firecrackers are banned in Malaysia.

The 20-year old man tried to escape but was captured after a short chase.

Man beaten, threatened to be killed and imprisoned by girlfriend in his own house



For five months a man lived in fear for his life after being threatened to be killed by his live-in girlfriend. During the same period he was frequently beaten with sticks and brooms each time they quarrelled. They were then living together in an apartment near Kuala Lumpur.

In the latest incident in late July, the girlfriend threatened to stab him with a knife when he refused to buy her a new expensive cooking stove.

He was also imprisoned for 20 hours by his girlfriend and was lucky a friend came and broke the apartment door to free him. The woman crushed his handphone and took away the phone sim card to ensure the man could not call for help.

The man later lodged a police report.

Thursday, August 16, 2012

Crocodile eats man



A 54-year old man was believed to have been eaten by a crocodile while fishing for prawns with his son in Sabah.

According to his son, while they were fishing a 15-foot crocodile suddenly emerged, bit his father on the shoulder and dragged him away


Wife (not hubby) fined by court for assaulting hubby


A businesswoman, who splashed chilli powder onto her husband's eyes, and punched and slapped his face, has been fined RM2,000 in default two months' jail.

Magistrate K.B. Eleena Hong Abdullah passed the sentence after ruling that the defence had failed to raise reasonable doubt.

Rasidah Rahmathullah, 37, was charged with causing voluntarily hurt to Mohamed Nasser Abdul Razak, 42, at their home in Jalan USJ 1/4L, Subang Jaya at about 3pm on April 19, 2010. (They divorced after the incident.)

Sex stimulant kills a woman


A SEX experiment which went horribly wrong left a woman dead and her lover in critical condition. They drank a mixture of what is believed to be a sex stimulant with an isotonic drink.

They were found by passers-by at a roadside in Sungai Petani at midnight on Wednesday, reported Harian Metro.

The man was seen trying to support the woman who was very weak and could hardly walk at the time.

“He was trying to get help to send her to hospital as she was already foaming in the mouth,” said a source.

The woman was later pronounced dead at the Sultan Abdul Halim Hospital while the man had been admitted to the emergency ward - The Star

Boy loses spleen for not saying his prayer on time


A teenage boy needed to have his spleen entirely removed after he was allegedly kicked several times by a bully in his religious school for not saying his prayers on time.

Mohd Ridwan Radin, 14, said he experienced severe abdominal pain after a schoolmate kicked him five times while four others looked on in the June 29 incident at SMA Rakyat Maahad Al Islah Parit in Teluk Intan.

Tuesday, August 14, 2012

Guards stole from their guarded properties



Two security guards in Miri, Sarawak were nabbed by police for stealing from their guarded properties. They had masterminded 14 break-ins. Police raided their hide-outs and recovered stolen items, including a mattress.

Subsequently the police rounded up four buyers of stolen property comprising three men and a woman aged between 31 and 55.

One thousand and one uses of stone mortar


For refusing to buy his wife a new dress for the coming Aidulfitri, a man in his 40s was injured in the head after his wife struck him with a mortar stone in an incident at a house in Kampung Baru, here, yesterday.

In the incident about the 20 year-old woman reported hit her husband after the couple argued for more than 10 minutes.

According to sources, it all started when the woman asked her husband to buy a new dress.

We want his houses but we don't want to bury him


WHEN 80-year-old Pak Salleh died at an old folk's home near Johor Baru on July 27, his two children were duly informed but said they were too busy to make any funeral arrangements.

Stunned by the response, the home lodged a police report, but the children, in their 40s and 50s, were unperturbed and, instead, gave some money to make the burial preparations.

What was more shocking to the operators of the Nur Ehsan old folk's home in Kempas was that two days after the death of the man, the brother and sister came to the home to get his identity card to facilitate their claim to 10 houses that he had purportedly owned.

“The siblings did not show any interest about their dead father except to ask for his personal documents,” home manager Norijah Bidin told Harian Metro.

She said the siblings had left their father at the home five years ago and had not visited him, even during Hari Raya.

“They were always saying they were too busy to visit him and we believed their excuses. But it was a total surprise that they did not even want to prepare for his burial,” Norijah said.

The siblings, when contacted, declined to comment - The Star

Son of Sam, Son of Som and now son of the devil


An 18-year youth broke into her mother's room and stole RM2,000 in cash and jewellery after his mother refused to give him money. The youth also threatened to burn down their house.

The incident happened at Petaling Jaya on Monday.

Monday, August 13, 2012

Pity those sick folks! Hospitals are now classified as dangerous to sick people


A preliminary report is being prepared by the Public Works Department following the collapse of a portion of a ceiling at the Serdang Hospital today.

This was confirmed by a source from the Works Ministry Department. The incident was believed to have occurred at 9am injuring two nurses.

A source from the Health Ministry's public complaints department said they will only verify the injury sustained by the nurses and cost of the damage upon further investigations with the hospital's administration.

The hospital however declined to comment.

On Jan 31 last year, a similar incident occurred at 12.30am where the hospital's main lobby ceiling collapsed following a downpour, but no casualties were reported.

You snatch,God punish

A 46-year old snatch thief fell down from his motorbike and died of heart attack after snatching a bag containing RM20,000 from an older man.

The incident happened at Sungai Petani at 10 AM today.

Sunday, August 12, 2012

Earning less than your wife can be hazardous to your wellbeing


Earning less than your wife can be hazardous to your wellbeing as quite a number of men have discovered.

Although incidents of wives abusing husbands rarely appear in the media, the Welfare Department has been receiving cases of men being mistreated by dominant women every year.

Many of the culprits are women who earn more than their spouses.

The Welfare Department received 25 reports from men who were abused by their wives or girlfriends last year, 32 in 2010 and 14 in 2009.

Most cases were reported in Selangor, followed by the Federal Territory, and the offences included threatening injury, causing physical harm, emotional abuse and locking up the men.

Friday, August 10, 2012

Sex slave saved by slavemaster's wife


An Indonesian woman who was forced to become a sex slave by a man was saved by the man's wife a few days ago. The 20-something Indonesian woman who came to Malaysia (presumably without valid documents) met the thirty-something man about three months ago. The man claimed he could help the woman and hence began her two months ordeal where she was confined in an apartment and sexually abused by the man and his friends resulting in an unwanted pregnancy.

The wife happened to read her husband's sms text about the woman and without hesitation she stormed into the apartment but unfortunately she too was imprisoned in the apartment by the man's friend. However, she managed to call police through her handphone. And the result: police burst into the apartment detaining the slavemaster and his friend.

Thursday, August 9, 2012

Man raped his two daughters aged 6 and 7 years old


An unemployed man was charged in court today for raping his two daughters aged 6 and 7 between 2007 and last year.

Ah mad Dzulkipli, 30 allegedly used force on his two daughters in their house at Labu near Kuala Lumpur. If convicted, he could be caned and jailed for up to 10 years.

20 out of 2,000 job applicants in Malaysia use bogus degrees to apply for jobs


With the employment market becoming increasingly competitive, many people are using bogus degrees, diplomas and certificates besides telling outright lies to secure jobs.

A company specialising in pre-employment screening has detected an average of five applications with forged degrees or certificates every week while a fraud-investigation firm found that 10% to 15% of applications it scrutinised had fake paper qualifications, some of them from non-existent universities.

Verity Intelligence Sdn Bhd managing director Mark Leow Boon Kuan, whose clients are mostly multinationals and finance companies, said many of the documents were cleverly forged and could fool anyone.

He added: "Of about 2,000 applications we check each month, about 20 are found to have fake degrees or certificates. That's five a week. We have detected 130 forged documents so far this year.

What do you do when you are in love with your friend's wife?


A man said to be in love with his friend's wife tried to strip the woman and attacked her with a blunt object when she resisted, Harian Metro reported.

Victim P. Anjali, 27, received 38 stitches to the head and broke a finger in the 4.30am incident on Monday.

The man had broken into her house in Alor Gajah while her husband, P. Thenagaran, 31, was away at work. The couple's five children, aged between three and nine, were also in the house.

Anjali said she managed to SMS her husband about the attack before she passed out.

The suspect has been arrested.

Wednesday, August 8, 2012

Mother of four, nude photos and jilted boyfriend


A single mother of four was forced to go into hiding when her nude photos were leaked on the Internet by her former boyfriend who was angry at being jilted.

The 44-year-old victim has been constantly threatened by her 47-year-old ex-lover since the two broke up in April this year.

The woman from Petaling Jaya said she broke up with him after she learnt that he was already married and has a daughter.

"On top of that, he also has a girlfriend and a son with her. The girlfriend is also looking for him,” she said at the MCA public complaints bureau office yesterday.

"I told him I was leaving him and that was when he started blackmailing by creating a fake e-mail address and uploading photographs of me in the nude,” she said, adding that her nude photos have been e-mailed to 14 of her business contacts, including her former boss.

"That caused me my job.”

The woman. who had been in a relationship with the suspect for three years, has since lodged a report at Kota Damansara police station on Aug 2.

Exorcism (this is 2012 not 2012 BC) kills a girl


A three-year-old girl was apparently smothered to death by eight people during an exorcism ritual here on Sunday night.

The toddler, identified only as Choy, died after being pinned down by her parents, relatives and the family maid with their bodies during a ritual ostensibly to chase away evil spirits in the family.

The child was already dead when police, responding to a distress call received from the child's uncle, stormed into the master-bedroom on the upper floor of the family house in Taman Bukit Minyak here at about 10pm.

A pole in the middle of the house entrance


Monday, August 6, 2012

Cows killed passengers on a highway


A car crash caused by a stray cow crossing the North-South Expressway resulted in two members of a family being killed and two others injured yesterday.

Three other vehicles also crashed while avoiding the cow but the occupants of these vehicles were unhurt in the 1.20am incident at Km213 of the expressway near the Simpang Ampat toll plaza. The cow died.

Sunday, August 5, 2012

Even robbers follow strict time-table



An Indonesian gang managed to harvest up to RM10,000 within a fortnight by a following a strict robbery schedule. The gang known as "Gang Kerinci" set strict schedules for their not so welcoming "work schedules".

The printed schedule came into the hands of police after the gang was busted. According to the time-table, the most suitable time for robbery was between 12 midnight to 6 AM.

One hundred and one ways of causing a plane not to take-off


Hundreds of  Air Asia passengers were struck with panic when a man suddenly opened the plane door and jumped onto the tarmac when the plane was preparing to take off in Sarawak, East Malaysia.

The man was believed to be an employee of the airline but was not on duty that day. He was with his girlfriend on a flight to Kuala Lumpur.