Greater Kuala Lumpur: Crime, Sex, and what else? Floods!


Robbing the Very Big Shots and Big Shots…

21 November 2015


Woman found dead was a victim of abuse, says police

KUALA LUMPUR: A post mortem report on the 19-year-old woman who was found dead in an apartment in Cheras Utama, Cheras, yesterday found that she had been abused for some time.

Cheras district police chief ACP Chong Kok Sin said there were serious swelling on her face and body, as well as wounds, believed to have been inflicted with a hot iron, on her legs.

He said a former boyfriend of the victim was detained yesterday to assist police investigation.

Police found the woman sprawled on the floor of the apartment at about 5.10pm yesterday following a tip-off.

It was learnt that the victim had stayed at the apartment with her boyfriend, but left the place last October following an argument.

However, she returned to the apartment last Wednesday, with a swollen face and cuts on her legs, but declined to be sent for treatment when her ex-boyfriend offered to.

The woman claimed that she was assaulted by her new boyfriend and that he was now after her.

Police are looking for a man and a woman to assist in the investigation. — Bernama


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12 November 2015

In PJ: Have camera and bag, can video up a woman’s skirt!

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Lelaki merayau bersama kamera tersembunyi rakam mangsa pakai skirt

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Petaling Jaya: Cipta beg ‘James Bond’ lengkap dengan kamera sulit bertujuan merakam video curi wanita berpakaian seksi.

Itu antara kegiatan tidak senonoh seorang lelaki gila seks yang diberkas selepas dikesan cuba merakam video seorang akauntan wanita yang sedang memakai skirt.

Sumber polis berkata, lelaki berusia 30 tahun itu menyembunyikan kamera berkenaan di dalam beg sebelum berpura-pura memegangnya.

“Kegiatan lelaki itu disedari mangsa yang sedang menaiki eskalator di sebuah pusat beli belah di Kelana Jaya, di sini, bersama teman lelakinya jam 5 petang kelmarin.

“Mangsa mengesyaki sesuatu tidak kena selepas menyedari suspek sengaja menyentuh punggungnya dengan beg dibawa,” katanya.

24 October 2015

No, the hotel is not safe!


Saturday October 24, 2015 MYT 3:05:32 PM

Cops nab two after alleged hotel robbery in Sunway Mentari

PETALING JAYA: A spontaneous effort between police and members of the public saw to the swift arrest of two men who allegedly robbed a hotel concierge in Sunway Mentari here.

OCPD Asst Comm Mohd Zani Che Din said the 34-year-old Bangladeshi concierge was manning the counter at the hotel along PJS 8/2 when he was ambushed by two men armed with knives and screwdrivers at around 6am Saturday.

“The suspects threatened to kill the concierge if he did not hand over money from the counter and his personal belongings.

“They emptied the cash drawer and made away with the money and the victim’s mobile phone. They beat up the concierge and wrecked hotel property,” he said.

ACP Zani said the victim ran out of hotel to get help and contacted the police.

Two policemen on patrol were redirected to the scene.

“The officers saw two men running away through the backdoor of the hotel while discarding their weapons

“They managed to apprehend the two suspects with help from the public and recovered the RM1400 stolen from the hotel,” he added.

13 October 2015

No, the hotel lobby is not safe! It was a hotel in Mutiara Damansara.


Monday October 12, 2015 MYT 9:14:29 PM

Lecturer ambushed, robbed at hotel lobby in PJ

PETALING JAYA: Swift response by the police resulted in the arrest of four robbers who made away with a lecturer’s handbag at a hotel in Mutiara Damansara here.

Petaling Jaya OCPD Asst Comm Mohd Zani Che Din said the victim, a 36-year-old lecturer at an Australian university, was at the hotel lobby when she was ambushed by the group at about 12.10pm Sunday.

“She was looking at some products on display when the suspects took off with her bag, injuring her wrist in the process. They rode away from the scene on motorcycles,” he said.

ACP Zani said policemen on crime patrol, upon receiving the alert, chased the suspects all the way to a condominium complex in Kota Damansara.

“They arrested one man at about 1pm. Another three suspects were apprehended at the complex from 2.30pm onwards.

“We are still tracking down one more suspect,” he added.

18 August 2015

Shame shame
All the Singaporeans know about
Our government servants
And their Kursus Bogel

Tuesday, Aug 18, 2015

4 civil servants caught with pants down

FOUR civil servants were caught literally with their pants down at a massage parlour when officers from the Federal Territory Islamic Religious Department (Jawi) raided the premises, reported Harian Metro.

The men claimed they were tired and were merely seeking a traditional massage when they were picked up during the operation in Jalan Klang Lama early on Sunday morning.

Jawi chief enforcement officer Wan Jaapar Wan Ahmad reportedly said that the men in their 30s and 40s were in Kuala Lumpur for a three-day course.

He said they claimed that they did not even know the premises was actually a brothel.

Wan Jaapar pointed out their excuses did not make sense because the men were fully naked with the women when they were arrested, the report said.

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17 August 2015

Four civil servants claimed that they were tired after their course and needed a massage but they were naked (and, we may assume, so were their masseurs)!


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4 penjawat awam ditahan JAWI beri alasan penat ketika ditahan di rumah urut

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Kuala Lumpur: Empat lelaki yang juga kakitangan kerajaan memberi alasan hanya mendapatkan khidmat urut tradisional bagi menghilangkan kepenatan ketika mengambil kesempatan berkursus di ibu kota untuk mengunjungi pusat urut, di sini, semalam.

Namun, alasan yang diberi tidak masuk akal apabila semua mereka yang berusia lingkungan 30-an hingga 40-an itu ditahan dalam keadaan berbogel bersama wanita tukang urut.

Operasi dijalankan Jabatan Agama Islam Wilayah Persekutuan (JAWI) di sekitar Jalan Klang Lama di sini, bermula jam 12 tengah malam itu bagi membanteras kegiatan tidak bermoral.

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4 August 2015

Don’t bring a parang to a gunfight!

Two parang-wielding robbers shot dead by gun-toting police

Subang Jaya

The 2 robbers had blocked a woman’s car, broken the passenger side window and snatched her handbag.

When the police received an alert that there was an armed robbery near a bank in Taman Puchong Prima, they kept a lookout, and not long after that, a patrol team s the suspects’ vehicle.

They chased began at the robbers, whose car was then blocked by 2 other patrol cars.

Both robbers rushed out of their car and attacked the police with parang but were shot dead.


Forensics at the scene gathering evidence.




光华日报 Kwong Wah Yit Poh's photo.
(吉隆坡4日訊)上得山多終遇虎! …



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Dua penjenayah ditembak mati oleh polis selepas menyamun, di Persiaran Puchong Prima menghala ke Taman Puchong Tekali, 11.15 pagi tadi


Monday July 6, 2015 MYT 7:46:46 AM

Victim turns the table on flasher

KUALA LUMPUR: A flasher chose the wrong victim when a girl and her friends turned on him instead.

The 19-year-old retail assistant was waiting at a bus stop in Jalan Ayer Jerneh, Setapak, on Friday while her two friends were in a shop across the road.

According to the police, a man rode his motorcycle towards the bus stop at 11.45am, then got off and sat next to the victim.

Everything seemed normal at first until the girl looked over to find that the man had unzipped his pants and was exposing his penis to her.

“She shouted and got up but the suspect grabbed her by the breasts,” said Wangsa Maju OCPD Supt Mohamad Roy Suhaimi.

The frightened girl struggled with the pervert while other people at the bus stop fled because of the commotion.

The girl managed to break free and sprinted towards the shop where her friends were, while the man chased after her.

The tables were turned when her shouts attracted the attention of her friends and bystanders, who all started chasing the man, said Supt Roy.

The suspect jumped on his motorcycle and tried to flee, but in his haste, he was hit by a car and fell. With the mob approaching, he fled on foot, abandoning his motorcycle.

Man who ejaculated in hotel staff’s water bottle arrested

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Saturday July 4, 2015 MYT 2:32:29 PM

Man who ejaculated in hotel staff’s water bottle arrested

PUCHONG: Community Policing (CP) members chased down and arrested a man who is believed to have masturbated and ejaculated into a hotel staff’s water bottle in a viral video.

The citizen arrest team and Puchong Jaya policemen cornered the 29-year-old man at about 11pm Friday while he was leaving a restaurant here where he works as a chef.

“Who knows what unwanted things he has added into the dishes!” said CP Malaysia founder Kuan Chee Heng, who led the arrest.

The man is alleged to have masturbated in the lobby of a Puchong hotel on April 22.

He was seen wandering around the lobby, fondling his crotch before taking a pink water bottle from the concierge counter and ejaculating into it.

He shook the bottle, placed it back and left the hotel, leaving the clerk who owns it to find a nasty taste when she drank from it minutes later.

Investigations from the closed circuit television (CCTV) footage led Kuan and his team to arrest the man outside his restaurant in Bandar Puteri Puchong.

As the man was about to get into his car, he was approached by the CP members prompting him to break into a sprint.

Little did he know that police officers were waiting for him and arrested him on the spot.

Saudi student found dead in Camry

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Tuesday June 16, 2015 MYT 11:46:31 PM

Bloodied body of Saudi man found in white Camry

KUALA LUMPUR: The bloodied body of a man, believed to a Saudi Arabian, was found sprawled on the backseat of a white Toyota Camry parked along Jalan Dang Wangi here.

The car was parked some 200m from the Dang Wangi police headquarters.

City CID chief Senior Asst Comm Datuk Zainuddin Ahmad said a female passer-by contacted the authorities after making the shocking discovery at about 7.40pm Tuesday.


City police Criminal Investigation Department chief Datuk Zainuddin Ahmad said investigation revealed that the victim went to an entertainment centre at Jalan Doraisamy, some 100m from where his body was found, with two other friends.

“One of them was said to have created trouble, before they were kicked out from the club by its bouncers. “Investigators were told that the victim was then beaten up by several people,” he said.

15 June 2015


Monday June 15, 2015 MYT 8:42:37 PM

Mongolian woman hit four times in Bandar Utama drive-by shooting

zaPolice carrying out investigations with the 4WD by the roadside in Bandar Utama

He was driving along in Dataran Bandar Utama when he saw two men on a motorcycle approach a 4WD parked by the roadside. Just as they fired, he rammed into them.

Though they fell, off, they got back onto the motorbike and rode off.

The woman in the 4WD was shot in the shoulder and chest, and is now being treated in hospital. The driver of the 4WD was unhurt.

10 June 2015

If it’s not a water shortage, it’s a flood.


Heavy Rain brought Flash flood to IOI Mall and surrounding Puchong Area, causing traffic…

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Flood at …just too many times already..development without sustainable infra…? ??

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Wednesday June 10, 2015 MYT 9:04:48 PM

IOI Mall hit by flash flood

PUCHONG: Flash floods, following heavy rains in the Klang Valley, hit the Damansara-Puchong Highway (LDP) along the IOI Puchong stretch on Wednesday.

The Puchong-bound side of the highway was hit bad, with both middle and left lanes of the carriageway totally flooded and all the vehicles squeezing into the right lane to get by the IOI Boulevard area.

IOI Mall was not spared either, with the underground carpark flooded, and with outer shoplots affected as well, according to photos posted by netizens on Facebook and in WhatsApp groups.

The flash floods, which lasted about 20 minutes, resulted in a traffic jam along the LDP, spilling over into the adjoining Sprint highway, with some pathfinder apps such as Google Maps and Waze noting massive delays.

LDP concessionaire Lingkaran Trans-Kota (Litrak) said the heavy rain had caused the Klang River’s water level to rise.

This had resulted in the drainage system near IOI Mall to overflow.


1750 E11 LDP: Flash floods in front of IOI Mall. Pls avoid this stretch for now. Expect delays.



Invitations were sent by WeChat and the entry fee was RM20. The venue was the penthouse at level 44 of Berjaya Times Square


Sunday May 31, 2015 MYT 9:42:59 AM

‘Wild’ party ends for 51 at popular mall

zaSix teenagers were among 51 people arrested at a private party on Saturday.

PETALING JAYA: Police gatecrashed a “wild” party at a shopping centre, detaining 51 people including six teenagers.

Investigations revealed that the penthouse at level 44 of Berjaya Times Square has been rented since four months ago to hold private parties.

Dang Wangi police chief Asst Comm Zainol Samah said those detained on Saturday were aged between 16 and 35.

They were nabbed between 12.30am and 4am during an anti-narcotic operation.

“Among the six 16-year-olds, four of them are girls.

“We found ecstasy, amphetamine and methamphetamine in the premise. We have also identified the pusher among them.

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Oleh Kalidevi Mogan Kumarappa

Apa nak jadilah. 51 ditahan sertai pesta ‘lalok’ di hotel mewah. Selanjutnya

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Kuala Lumpur : Seramai 51 orang ditahan pegawai dan anggota Jabatan Siasatan Jenayah Narkotik Ibu Pejabat Polis Daerah Dang Wangi selepas mereka menyertai pesta dadah di sebuah hotel mewah di Jalan Imbi, awal pagi Sabtu.

Mengulas lanjut, Ketua Polis Daerah Dang Wangi Asisten Komisioner Zainol Samah berkata, pesta dadah itu diadakan di penthouse dalam hotel mewah itu bermula 12.30 tengah malam hingga 4 pagi.

Katanya, daripada 51 orang yang ditahan ada yang di bawah umur dan pesta ‘lalok’ itu menyajikan dadah jenis syabu, pil ecstasy dan pil eramin 5.

Google translation

Kuala Lumpur: A total of 51 people were detained officers and members of Narcotics Headquarters Dang Wangi police after they participated in a drug party at a luxury hotel in Jalan Imbi, early Saturday morning.

Elaborating, Dang Wangi police chief Assistant Commissioner Zainol Samah said the drug party held at the penthouse in a luxury hotel starts 12.30am to 4am.

NOTE: STAY CLEAR OF JALAN KIA PENG, JALAN PINANG AND THE KLCC but if you are there, be extremely cautious!

Only 4 reports were lodged by expatriates who were mugged by youths.

Malay Mail Online

Expat muggings: Cops on high alert

By Ushar Daniele

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PETALING JAYA, May 24 — After a series of muggings by teenagers on expatriates — mainly centered around Jalan Kia Peng, Jalan Pinang and around Kuala Lumpur City Centre (KLCC)  — police have increased patrols and their presence in the problem areas.

Deployment of officers on foot, mobile patrol vehicles as well as surveillance on closed-circuit television in the area were increased by the Dang Wangi police station.

District chief ACP Zainol Samah said studies by police to determine the average crime rate in the area showed only four reports were lodged by expatriates who were mugged by youths.

“Most of the youths, aged between 14 and 17, are believed to be affiliated to the ‘punk’ movement in the city,” Zainol said.

He said victims were chosen at random and usually when they were walking alone.

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INCREASE IN POLICE PATROLS at Jalan Kia Peng, Jalan Pinang and the Kuala Lumpur City Centre (KLCC).

This is because of robbery cases involving expatriates, the latest being an incident on May 16 involving a 43-year-old tourist from Italy.

The man, brutally slashed and run over by a car in Puchong, had gone out to buy medicine for his fiancee.


Saturday May 23, 2015 MYT 10:36:54 AM

Man brutally killed while out buying fiancee’s medicine


SUBANG JAYA: His fiancee was sick and he had scooted off to buy medicine for her. The 30-year-old canopy dealer, known as Subramaniam, never came back with the medicine.

Subramaniam had parked his motorcycle in front of a supermarket in Taman Puchong Perdana at about 8.30pm Friday. Six men with parang approached him and started attacking him.

Subramaniam managed to run to the road but was hit by a car, smashing and almost severing the head.

District police chief Asst Comm Yahaya Ramli said Subramaniam was slashed several times on the body by his attackers

“He tried running away but only made it as far as 10m before he was knocked by a white car believed to be a Proton make.

“His assailants fled the scene after they saw the car crashed into Subramaniam. The driver also took off,” he said.

Man brutally slashed to death in Puchong

KUALA LUMPUR: A 30-year old man died after he was brutally slashed on the face and then run over by a car at Jalan 3/4 Puchong Perdana here last night.

In the 8.30pm incident, the canopy company employee was about to enter a shop to buy medicine when six men on motorcycles attacked him.

Subang Jaya police chief ACP Yahaya Ramli said the victim was slashed multiple times using a parang and in his attempt to escape from his attackers, he was run over by a car.

“The men who were on four motorcycles as well as the car fled the scene after the incident.

“Police are investigating whether the person driving the white car is related to the group,” he said.

18 kereta, 1 lori rosak dihempap pokok tumbang di Taman Sri Sentosa, KL ptg tadi Pix Bomba

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Kuala Lumpur: Lapan belas kereta dan sebuah lori rosak teruk dihempap pokok tumbang di Taman Sri Sentosa, di sini, 3.30 petang tadi.

Google translation:
Lumpur: Eighteen cars and a truck were damaged caused by fallen trees in Taman Sri Sentosa, here, 3:30 pm today.

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Bas Rapid KL yang dinaiki 30 penumpang terbakar 90 peratus di Jalan Ipoh

Kuala Lumpur: Sebuah bas Rapid KL yang dinaiki sekurang-kurangnya 30 penumpang terbakar 90 peratus di Jalan Ipoh berhampiran Pasar Borong Selayang di sini, malam tadi.

Bagaimanapun, semua mangsa termasuk pemandu berjaya menyelamatkan diri.

Dalam kejadian pada 9 malam itu, bas berkenaan dalam perjalanan dari Kuala Lumpur ke Selayang Jaya sebelum berlaku kebakaran dipercayai bermula di bahagian enjin.

ONLY MALAYSIANS AND NEPALESE (EX-SOLDIERS) ARE ALLOWED TO BE SECURITY GUARDS IN GUARDED NEIGHBOURHOODS. We hope that foreigners other than Nepalese are not working as security guards there.

Rakyat Post

Mar 29, 2015 03:45pm

Selangor Speaker’s parents robbed at home

There were closed circuit televisions (CCTV) inside the house, but the decoders were taken away by the suspects.

“The house is situated in a guarded neighbourhood, so now we are investigating the guards to find out more about the suspects, such as how did they got into the area in the first place, what car they were driving and how they looked like.

“We have recorded the victims’ statements and have requested assistance from the Selangor police forensic team. We are glad that all the victims are safe,” Tan said to The Rakyat Post when contacted.

I received the emergency call from my sister while I was at work and I immediately rang the OCS of Balai USJ 8 for police assistance. Of course police report made and statements taken.

5 masked men with parang just robbed my parents’ house in USJ about 10am this morning. These men wore gloves and ski masks. Dad and brother were tied up. My mother, maid, grandaunty and niece were all forced to cover their heads with a blanket while the men ransacked the entire house for about 15-20mins. I am thankful that my family members were not injured. It is crime such as this that remains the greatest concern of Malaysians. We want to see a safer Malaysia, and that requires efficient utilization of our police resources in combating real crime.

Malay Mail Online

Make a police report, IGP tells Selangor speaker after parents’ home robbed

KUALA LUMPUR, March 29 — Selangor Speaker Hannah Yeoh must lodge police report first before authorities can initiate investigations into the five masked men who had robbed her parents’ house, Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar said today.

“Make a report first,” the Inspector-General of Police told reporters when asked whether he would take action after being notified by Yeoh on Twitter.

Earlier today, the DAP state lawmaker sought the attention of IGP Khalid on Twitter, informing him that her parents’ house was just robbed.

“5 masked men with parang just robbed my parents’ house in USJ. Dad and brother were tied up @KBAB51,” the Selangor state assembly speaker posted on her Twitter account @hannahyeoh.

The tweet was directed to @KBAB51, Khalid’s Twitter account where he had been swiftly issuing warnings and investigation orders.

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Sunday March 29, 2015 MYT 4:15:27 PM

Selangor Speaker Hannah Yeoh’s parents robbed

PETALING JAYA: Selangor Speaker Hannah Yeoh has sent an emergency message to Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar on Twitter after her parents’ house was robbed by “five masked men” on Sunday.

“5 masked men with parang just robbed my parents’ house in USJ. Dad and brother were tied up @KBAB51,” tweeted Yeoh. @KBAB51 is Khalid’s official Twitter account.

She told The Star Online that she has lodged a report.

On Facebook, Yeoh, who is Subang Jaya assemblyman, said the robbers struck at about 10am.

“These men wore gloves and ski masks. Dad and brother were tied up. My mother, maid, grandaunt and niece were all forced to cover their heads with a blanket while the man ransacked the entire house for about 15-20 mins,” she wrote.

She said she was thankful that none of her family members were injured.


Thursday March 26, 2015 MYT 1:44:02 PM

Dashcam footage of snatch theft leads to arrest of suspects


Screengrabs from the video.

PETALING JAYA: Video footage from a dashboard camera of an attempted snatch theft in progress led to the arrest of the suspects involved.

The video, which went viral on Facebook, showed an elderly woman waiting to cross a road.

Two men on a motorcycle then snatched her handbag, but the woman held on tightly to it and was dragged along the road as a result.

Petaling Jaya OCPD Asst Comm Azmi Abu Kassim said the incident took place on Jalan 20/16A, here around 10.20am on Wednesday.

“Lau Hong Leng, a 40-year-old housewife, witnessed the incident when she was in her car waiting for her husband.

“She later lodged a police report with the license plate number captured in the video,” he said when contacted.

The information provided led police to apprehend the two suspects, aged 21 and 24.

: Robbers bundle her into car , drIve to ATM, then beat her senseless becos…

The woman was walking alone last night when robbers struck.

She was at the Pandan Jaya LRT station in Selangor, Malaysia, when two robbers threatened her with a knife at around 11.30pm, Malaysian newspaper Harian Metro reported.

They forced the 24-year-old to get into their car, punched her face several times and then drove to a bank where she was forced to withdraw money from the ATM machine.

But that was not the end of her ordeal.

Angry there’s only RM100

The two suspects turned furious when found out the victim only RM100 (S$37.60) in the bank account. That was when they turned on her with a vengeance.

They beat her until she suffered serious injuries on her face, had broken teeth and bruises on her body.

Then they dumped the unconscious victim on the street. Some people later came to her aid.

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Tuesday January 20, 2015 MYT 7:10:02 AM

Drug traffickers’ cover as parking attendants finally blown

zaDrug bust: Some of the suspects detained during a joint operation between the National Anti- Drugs agency (AADK), police and Voluntary Patrol Scheme. The week-long ops saw the arrest of 44 individuals aged between 20 and 50.

KUALA LUMPUR: A double life as parking attendants kept two wealthy drug traffickers under the police radar.

The men — both Malaysians — are believed to have been operating their million-ringgit business for the past five years.

However, their cover was blown when police received a tip-off and raided a house in Jalan Chow Kit here at about 10.30pm last Wednesday.

Police seized RM150,000 worth of drugs identified as methamphetamine and equipment believed to be used in the processing of the drugs.

Monday January 19, 2015 MYT 11:25:54 AM

Sex drugs being sold illegally along KL’s Lorong Haji Taib 5

Sex and drugs being sold illegally along KL’s Lorong Haji Taib 5:

“Drive-through” illegal stalls selling sex enhancement drugs are thriving along Lorong Haji Taib 5 in Kuala Lumpur. Most of the sellers are reportedly drug addicts looking to make a quick buck. Between 11pm and 4am, no less than 10 drug addicts can be see along the 100m lane, selling illegal drugs. The transaction is made easy for the customer, who only needs to wind down the car window a few inches to avoid any embarrassment. One of the sellers said he has all kinds of pills, including those with names such as “African gigolo”, “black ant”, and “Spanish fly”.

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29 arrested over Malaysiabirthday orgy

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29 arrested in , inculding 2 auxiliary police officers, over ‘birthday orgy

29 arrested over Malaysiabirthday orgy‘.

29 arrested after birthday party in Malaysia hotel room turns into drug-fuelled orgy

Mon, 12 Jan 2015 16:59:33 +0800 Malaysia arrests 29 over ‘birthday orgy

DRUGS ORGY: 19 men, 10 women caught ‘HIGH’ at birthday party in Shah Alam hotel room: SHAH ALAM – Twenty-nine …

From bed to court: Five women, eight men charged over sex and drug party

Court date: Police officers escorting some of the accused involved in the sex and drug party to the magistrate’s court in Klang

Saturday January 17, 2015 MYT 7:59:01 AM

Five women, eight men charged over sex and drug party

KLANG: Five women and eight men were slapped with multiple charges each in a magistrate’s court for allegedly participating in a sex and drugs party.

If found guilty, they could be sentenced to long jail terms or hefty fines, or both. They were among 29 people arrested by police in the wee hours of Jan 11 in a hotel here.

In the dock were Nurul Amyra Yemsi, 25; Nur Amaliena Shahrul, 20; Nur Amielda Ilyna Hanip, 20; Azlina Mat Hassan, 22; Zahrotul Jannah Victor, 20; Nur Mohammad Raihan Abdullah Sani, 25; Nor Ariffin Jailani, 31; Mohd Zularfi Ellias, 22; Abdul Halim Meor, 29; Muhammad Hanief Jaafar, 28; Muhammad Zhafran Abdul Malik, 24; Mohammad Khaibun Naim Zubair, 23; and Muhammad Fikree Kaharuddin, 23.

They face three charges each of having in their possession 0.68gm of Ketamine, 0.75gm of Eremine-5 tablets and 5.01gm of Ecstasy pills.


29 arrested over Malaysia ‘birthday orgy’

Police in mainly Muslim Malaysia arrested 29 people including two auxiliary police officers in a raid on an birthday party which they said Monday had turned into a drug-fuelled orgy.

Officers were called to a hotel in the town of Klang near the capital Kuala Lumpur early Sunday after a complaint about noise in one of the rooms.

Ten women and 19 men were arrested while drugs including heroin, ecstasy and ketamine were impounded, police said.

“We suspect it to be a sex orgy cum birthday party,” said North Klang police chief Mohamad Shukor Sulong.

A police officer involved in the investigation told AFP on condition of anonymity that all 29 were ethnic Malays, who belong to the multi-cultural country’s Muslim majority, and ranged in age from 20 to 35.

“They brought girls, drugs and beer to celebrate the birthday party,” the officer said.

Robbed: The MJ JEWELLERY SHOP, 1st floor, Giant hypermarket in Batu 9, Cheras.


Tuesday January 13, 2015 MYT 7:47:31 AM

Jewellery store spared huge losses — thanks to brave shoppers

KAJANG: A jewellery store in Cheras was spared an even bigger loss when shoppers bravely hurled objects at the three armed men who carted away its gold.

The blaring sound alerted customers at the hypermarket who quickly grabbed bottles and other objects and flung them at the robbers.

“The burglars made off with only six white gold necklaces worth RM2,400, but the losses could have been higher if not for the security alarm and swift public reaction,” said ACP Ab Rashid.

Mj 21 batu 9刚被打抢

Mj 21 Batu 9 has just been robbed


KUALA LUMPUR: Three robbers armed with a pistol and hammers fled with an undisclosed amount of gold in a jewellery shop heist at the Giant hypermarket in Batu 9, Cheras, today.

In the 12pm incident, the trio wearing ski masks took two minutes to rob the MJ Jewellery shop located on the first floor of the building.

A source close to the investigation said a suspect armed with a pistol stood guard, while two others cleared out the jewellery trays at the shop.

“There were three staff at jewellery shop at the time of the incident but fortunately, none of them were harmed. Based on the witness statements and closed circuit television recordings, police believe the suspects came to the shop via the escalator, while a fourth suspect waited in a Honda Stream getaway vehicle at the ground floor,” he said.

He said the police were now studying the footage from the shop’s CCTV.


Suspects: 2 men, one 48; the other 57; both married.
Victim claims indecent exposure, oral sex and masturbation by suspects.



Rakyat Post

Jan 9, 2015 02:23pm

One suspect nabbed over sexual assault in gym

According to a relative, he saw the victim run out of the changing room red-eyed and in a state of shock at a gym in Menara Summit, Subang Jaya.

KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 8, 2015:

One of two suspects who sexually assaulted a teenager in a gym was nabbed by police yesterday.

The victim’s relative, who declined to be named, told The Rakyat Post today that the second suspect had yet to be caught.

Recalling the assault, the victim’s relative said that he was with the victim at Fitness First in Menara Summit, USJ, Subang Jaya, near here, on Jan 6 for their usual workouts.

Once he finished, he saw the victim run out of the changing room red-eyed and in a state of shock.

“He told me two guys assaulted him in the sauna, with one performing oral sex on him.

Read the whole report here:


Friday January 9, 2015 MYT 2:19:08 PM

Teenager claims he was sexually assaulted at Subang gym

PETALING JAYA: A 17-year-old boy claimed he was sexually assaulted at a popular gym’s sauna by two men on Tuesday evening.

According to the victim’s family’s spokesman Gan Wee Yet, the incident occurred at about 4.30pm at Fitness First gym at Menara Summit, Subang.

“Two men came into the sauna and approached him in close proximity and started to molest him,” Gan told The Star Online on Friday. One of the suspects performed oral sex on the teenager.

“The family has since lodged a police report at USJ 8 and are liaising with the authorities and Fitness First to help with the investigation,” said Gan.

Fitness First said in a statement on Thursday that they were facilitating investigation into the case.

“In response to a query regarding the police report on an alleged sexual assault at Fitness First Malaysia Menara Summit on Tuesday, a club spokesperson said that they are taking the matter very seriously and are working closely with the authorities in the investigation,” it said.


Hotel worker finds naked woman’s body tied with towel

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“The hotel worker found the nude body of the Vietnam national in her 30s facing down in the toilet with hands and legs tied with ‘Good Morning’ towels. Checks on the body revealed strangle marks around her neck,” he said, adding that the body was sent to Kuala Lumpur Hospital for post-mortem.


Sunday December 21, 2014 MYT 11:09:34 PM

Body of underwear-clad Vietnamese woman found in hotel toilet

KUALA LUMPUR: The body of a Vietnamese woman, clad only in her bra, was found in the toilet of a budget hotel room here in Selayang.

The victim, Tran Thi Thuy, who is in her 30s, showed signs of strangulation with injuries to her neck.

Tran, who is believed to be a karaoke centre worker, was found lying face down in the toilet with her hands tied behind her back with a towel.

ACP Munusamy said investigations revealed that the room was registered under the name of a local man identified as Tan Kok Keong, 38, whose last known address was in Temerloh, Pahang.

He added that police were looking for Tan to assist investigations.

DID YOU TELL YOUR WIFE THAT YOU WENT TO WATCH POLE-DANCING? Bet you she won’t let you go any more, especially on Wednesdays when sex services are available.

To the list of places offering sex services (such as massage parlours, sauna centres and reflexology centres), we can now add pole-dancing entertainment outlets!

40 pole dancers arrested in M’sia. Police say the women offered sexual services on Wednesdays.

File photo for illustrative purposes only. Photo: ST

A midnight raid by the Anti-Vice, Gambling and Secret Society Division (D7) from ​the ​Bukit Aman ​police headquarters on an entertainment centre in Petaling Jaya has led to the arrest of 40 pole dancers.

Berita Harian quoted Asst Supt Mohammad Md Jais as saying that the dancers would offer sexual services to patrons at additional charges.

Their fees ranged between RM50 (S$19) and RM1,000 (S$380), he said, adding that a dancer’s fee was indicated by the colour of the sash that she wore, The Star Online reported..

ASP Mohammad, who led the raid, said the pole dancing performances and “extra” services were only offered on Wednesdays to avoid police detection.

Most of the pole dancers were Thai nationals.

How sex-citing! That is, until the police came along…

Pesta buih online: Sindiket pelacuran promosi melalui talian elak dihidu polis

Pesta buih online
Oleh Muhaamad Hafis Nawawi

Kuala Lumpur: Terdesak untuk mengaut keuntungan mudah tanpa dikesan polis menyebabkan ada sindiket pelacuran mula mengubah taktik mencari pelanggan melalui promosi atas talian dengan menganjurkan pesta buih.

Dalam serbuan pertama di Menara PGRM jam 12 tengah malam, 103 GRO warga Thailand yang berpesta mandi buih bersama pelanggan tergamam apabila diserbu polis.

Pegawai Turus D7 Bukit Aman Asisten Superintendan Muhammad Mohd Jais yang mengetuai serbuan itu berkata, pihaknya menyerbu ketiga-tiga premis itu serentak selepas menerima aduan terdapat kegiatan pelacuran berlaku sebelum menahan 150 GRO warga Thailand, China dan Vietnam.

Remember this? Nicholas Cheng reports for the Star on the fire.

5pm: Star Radio Traffic reports of a fire at a new condo near Taman Desa.

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Saturday December 20, 2014 MYT 9:59:22 PM

Firemen pull five workers out of smoke-filled building

Firemen assisting one of the workers who was pulled out of the smoke-filled building. - Starpix by NICHOLAS CHENG

Firemen assisting one of the workers who was pulled out of the smoke-filled building. – Starpix by NICHOLAS CHENG

KUALA LUMPUR: Rescuers pulled out five workers out of a high-rise construction site enveloped in smoke along the Federal Highway, after a fire broke out in the building’s basement.

Fire razed the basement of the planned service apartment in Persimpangan Taman Desa at about 4.30pm Sunday.

The place was being used to house over 500 foreign workers in makeshift wooden squatters, said the KL Fire and Rescue Department.

No one was killed in the massive fire as all the occupants were working in various parts of the 30-storey building at the time, said operations commander Imam Bukhari Susami.

“The workers were all evacuated and 60 FRD officers and 16 fire trucks were dispatched to the scene. It took us nearly three hours to extinguish the fire.” he told reporters outside the razed 6,000 sq m basement.

Rescuers wearing gas masks had to brave thick black smoke to search for workers trapped in the building.

Five foreign workers, mostly Nepalese, were pulled out of the construction site and were sent to the Kuala Lumpur Hospital for treatment.

Raid on  Petaling Jaya massage parlour:
More Vietnamese girls are nabbed but there seems to be a limitless supply!




With such attractive girls offering sex, one wonders whether, in this case, supply creates the demand!

■ 按摩中心提供色情片助“性”。

There were 26,000 millionaires in Malaysia last year, of which 13,800 were found in Kuala Lumpur.

Expect robbers, kidnappers and other criminals to be hyperactive in KL now that the news is out!

Malay Mail Online

Kuala Lumpur tops global rich list with 13,800 millionaires

Published: December 9, 2014 02:44 PM

KUALA LUMPUR, Dec 9 — Malaysia’s largest city Kuala Lumpur has the highest number of millionaires (denominated in US dollars)  surpassing all other cities of the world, according to a report by international wealth research group WealthInsight.

The city had 13,800 millionaires or high net worth individuals (HNWIs) in 2013, higher than Abu Dhabi’s 12,500, Cape Town’s 8,753 or Birmingham’s 8,736, WealthInsight said.

The  number of millionaires concentrated in Kuala Lumpur gives an indicator of Malaysia’s fast-growing wealth at the top end but also suggests an increasing gap between the richest and the rest of the population.

Average annual income in the country stands around RM20,000 and minimum wage weighs in at RM900 a month.

Burnt alive in boot of stolen car!

此案于今晚約10時,在安邦塔爾花園(Taman TAR)發生。


Dibakar selepas bertengkar

Lelaki 30-an ditemui rentung di dlm but kereta disyaki dibunuh di Taman TAR, KL, malam tadi.


AMPANG JAYA: A construction worker was shocked when he heard screaming from a boot of a burning car in Taman TAR, Ampang, yesterday.

Ampang Jaya district police chief Assistant Commissioner Khairuldin Saad said the man saw the Proton Waja on fire following a heated argument between a group of men in the parking lot at about 10pm.

“When the witness arrived at the scene, he heard a heated argument in Tamil between four and five men the parking lot before he saw the Proton Waja razed in fire,” he said when met at the scene.

Khairuldin said the man then saw about three or four men leaving the scene in a Mitsubishi Pajero.

“He immediately rushed to the razing vehicle and heard cried for help from the boot of the car and called 999,” he said.

Khairuldin said firemen discovered the body of a man in his 30s over 70 percent burnt inside the boot.

Khairuldin added check on the car showed that the car was stolen in Sentul at about 9pm yesterday.


Monday December 8, 2014 MYT 6:59:01 PM

Four cars razed in midnight blaze

Firemen extinguished the fire, preventing it from spreading to the shop.

Firemen extinguished the fire, preventing it from spreading to the shop.

KUALA LUMPUR: Four cars were razed in a midnight blaze in front of a restaurant in Taman Mastiara, Jinjang here.

“The four vehicles destroyed in the fire were identified as a Nissan Sunny, a Proton Iswara, a Proton Saga FLX and an Iswara Aeroback,” he said.

Onlookers watching the damage done to the four cars  

No closed circuit television was installed at the area.




Extra services: Girls in skimpy clothing are seen waiting for customers in front of dimly-lit reflexology centres in Endah Parade, Sri Petaling.


Tuesday December 2, 2014 MYT 7:16:47 AM

Vice activities move in as tenants move out

Endah Parade might seem like a normal neighbourhood mall from the outside, but there is a different story behind closed doors.

A search on the Internet showed that massage and reflexology parlours in the mall which offer ‘extra services’ to customers are widely discussed in various forums.

StarMetro investigated and discovered that while some massage centres offered genuine, therapeutic services, others offered more exotic options for patrons.

The massage parlours are grouped on the second level of the mall and there are a handful operating on the first and third level.

Foreign masseurs were seen sitting outside the massage and reflexology parlours calling out to male passers-by.

Check out what the reporters found out:


Sunday November 30, 2014 MYT 7:25:37 PM

Two nabbed hours later after stealing Mercedes

KUALA LUMPUR: Two thieves were arrested by the police in less than two hours after they allegedly broken into a house and stole a car in Brickfields.

Sentul OCPD Asst Comm R. Munusamy said on Sunday that the suspects, both 23, were detained at a workshop in Jalan Tebing Timur, Jinjang Utara at about 6.50pm following an alert by the owner.

“The suspects were in the midst of changing the plate number of the vehicle, a silver Mercedes Benz, in a bid to escape authorities at road blocks.

“Investigations also revealed that they had broken into a similar car to steal the road tax after carting away with the Mercedes,” he said at a press conference at the district police headquarters.


It worked! At least 20 men came to ‘buy’ a package. But the police came and spoilt it all…


Thursday November 27, 2014 MYT 10:21:15 AM

Sex-for-dessert deal goes sour

EAT all you can and then have sex for “dessert”. This was the gimmick used by three so-called traditional massage joints in Bandar Sunway before anti-vice officers busted their premises, reported Harian Metro.

It was a tactic copied from spa operators who offer customers a “package deal” that includes free meals before selecting a partner for a sex session.

Acting on a tip-off on Monday, police ambushed the three premises at Dataran Mentari that allegedly operated behind the guise of parlours providing traditional massage services.

Twenty-six people were detained in the raids, including a Vietnamese man and four Malaysians who were employed as caretakers of the premises.

The others were Vietnamese women aged between 18 and 32.


SHAH ALAM, 24 November – Serbuan polis ke atas sebuah rumah kedai di Taman Sri Muda Shah Alam petang semalam yang dipercayai menyediakan khidmat urut tanpa lesen telah berjaya menahan tiga lelaki warga tempatan dan lapan wanita warga asing. Dua lelaki yang ditahan merupakan pelanggan manakala kesemua wanita warga asing adalah tukang urut dan menggunakan pas lawatan.

Semasa serbuan dilakukan terdapat dua pelanggan bersama dua tukang urut wanita warga asing manakala enam lagi berada dalam bilik rehat.



KAJANG, 26 November – Sebuah pusat hiburan karaoke yang terletak di Jalan C180/1 Dataran C180, Cheras Kajang Selangor, diserbu polis awal pagi tadi. Hasil serbuan tersebut pihak polis telah berjaya menahan 24 wanita warga asing dipercayai digajikan sebagai pelayan serta tiga warga tempatan bekerja sebagai pejaga premis dan juruwang.


Shock at Kuala Lumpur City Hall’s decision to rename 8 major roads

KL city folk express shock at decision to rename 8 major roads, some lament it would affect mapping apps

As the news broke early yesterday morning, city folk took to social media to vent their disbelief and frustration.

Some questioned the need for the renaming exercise in the first place, while others lamented that the renaming of the roads would affect mapping and navigational apps for mobile users.

The GPS mapping software for Malaysia is updated every three months as the geographical information changes with new roads and highways built to connect the city to other parts of the country.

Facebook user Yiu King Ng said road names should be made short and simple for drivers to know where to go.

“Writing letters to those addresses also would be a hassle. Hopefully, DBKL will reconsider their decision and keep it simple,” he said.

Another user, Adrian Amalraj, said the names of these roads were part of Kuala Lumpur’s history.

“I suggest DBKL change those less-familiar roads in KL to the new names. Even the businesses along these roads would have to update their mailing addresses and business cards,” he said.

Twitter user @chrisven11 said it would be harder for people to remember the longer names.

“From short and easy-to-remember road names to longer road names is not wise”

Another user, @ANISbettyAZMAN, said the renaming would create a lot of confusion.

“Changing road names. I don’t see the need for it. Plus, how are you going to explain to people not used to KL?” she said.

Meanwhile, Segambut MP Lim Lip Eng said while he respected all the previous rulers, he suggested the society can honour their names for new roads instead of changing the names of existing roads.

“This can avoid confusion among the public and additional taxpayers’ money for changing the signboards,” he said.

He said some of the eight roads are historical and iconic as they have been well-known for a long time.

“The Cabinet should perform a referendum to find out what the public thinks of this move.


The Real Singapore


We’ve learned from a police source that there has been a new carjacking scheme occurring in KL.

Under this method, the culprits follow your car to a parking lot and wait for you to leave your car. They then remove your license plate and wait for you to return. Once you drive off, they’ll follow you, and, when suitably timed, they’ll overtake you, displaying your license plate. They present your license plate under the guise that it has fallen off your car.

When you stop your car to greet them and to collect your license plate, they’ll make an attempt to steal your car, potentially using weapons.

Kuala Lumpur to rename 8 major roads to honour previous royal heads of state

Kuala Lumpur to rename 8 major roads to honour previous royal heads of state

According to a media release signed off by Dr Ismail Stapa, a corporate planning manager at KL City Hall, the names of some roads are being changed to honour previous royal heads of state. The roads affected are:

  1. Jalan Duta – will become Jalan Tunku Abdul Halim
  2. Jalan Khidmat Usaha – will become Jalan Sultan Haji Ahmad Shah
  3. Jalan Ipoh (from Jalan Segambut  junction until Jalan Pahang junction) – will become Jalan Sultan Azlan Shah
  4. Persiaran Duta – will become Persiaran Tuanku Syed Sirajuddin
  5. Jalan Khidmat Setia and Jalan Ibadah – will become Jalan Sultan Mizan Zainal Abidin
  6. Lebuhraya Mahameru – will become Lebuhraya Sultan Iskandar
  7. Persiaran Mahameru – will become Persiaran Tuanku Ja’afar
  8. Jalan Semarak – will become Jalan Sultan Yahya Petra

Road signs to reflect the new names will be installed on Nov 26, City Hall said.

This was yesterday, Saturday, 22 November 2014. Everything’s fine now.

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Sunday November 23, 2014 MYT 1:53:51 PM

Social media abuzz with photos of ‘falling’ LRT beam

PETALING JAYA: Photos of a “falling” Light Rail Transit (LRT) beam has been circulating on social media, causing a stir among netizens.

However, a spokesman for the LRT extension project has confirmed that there was nothing unstable about the LRT beam in front of the Subang Parade, giving his assurance that the surrounding roads are safe for use.

It is learnt that vehicles heading to Shah Alam through the Glenmarie-Subang route had to be diverted at about 3pm due to an incident involving a gantry crane on Saturday.

However, the roads had been cleared and reopened as of 9pm, Saturday.

16 FOREIGN WOMEN DETAINED IN KARAOKE LOUNGE IN PETALING JAYA. Sorry guys, you’ll have to sing and sing. No hanky panky for at least a week as it would take at least that long to get a new supply of such exotic women.



Friday November 14, 2014 MYT 9:52:22 PM

Angry mob attacks auto shop owner over alleged water theft

The mob broke the windows of the jeep, forcing the auto shop owner out of the vehicle.

The mob broke the windows of the jeep, forcing the auto shop owner out of the vehicle.

KAJANG: Dispute over water supply between an auto shop in Batu 11.5, Jalan Cheras and a nearby village may have led to an attack on the 38-year-old shop owner by a group of men.

The auto shop had been reportedly “stealing” water from the main water pipe, affecting supply to the village.

Police, however, are still ascertaining possible motives behind the attack.

District deputy OCPD Supt Abdul Ghani Mohamad Ji said the victim, known only as Ah Soon, was with his 43-year-old business partner in Nilai when he received a call from his distressed father around 10pm, Thursday.

Ah Soon’s father told him that a group of men were at the auto shop compound, prompting the duo to rush back to Jalan Cheras.

Supt Abdul Ghani said that when they had arrived at the shop, seven to eight men alighted from four vehicles and surrounded the Jeep Cherokee the business partners were travelling in.

“The men started breaking the windows and forced Ah Soon out of the jeep.

“They started beating him up, causing fractures to his skull and cheekbones,” he added on Friday.

According to Supt Abdul Ghani, Ah Soon’s business partner had remained in the car and was uninjured.

Ah Soon’s father escaped unscathed.

Police have found the decaying body of a woman floating in a septic tank in an uncompleted bungalow in Bukit Damansara here.

There was no head, no hands, no feet: just the body!

All 8 Indonesians  staying there have been arrested.

BANTUAN KPD POLIS:Ambil mayat mgsa 1W Indon dlm kumbahan najis di Jln Setia Murni 11, Damansara 6.30 ptg smlm

Rakyat Post

Woman’s torso found in bungalow in Damansara

KUALA LUMPUR, Nov 13, 2014:

Police have found the decaying body of a woman floating in a water tank in an uncompleted bungalow in Bukit Damansara here.

The victim is believed to have been dead for at least a week. She was found with no head, hands or legs.




Updated: Thursday November 13, 2014 MYT 11:51:44 PM

Skeletal remains found in septic tank of Bukit Damansara bungalow

KUALA LUMPUR: The skeletal remains of a woman was found bound and submerged in human faeces inside the septic tank of an incomplete bungalow in Bukit Damansara, Thursday evening.

The body, believed to be that of an Indonesian woman, was found at about 6.30pm by a group of workers renovating the bungalow along Jalan Setia Murni 11, who notified a police patrol.

Authorities spent about three-hours to extricate the body out of the septic tank which was brought to the Kuala Lumpur Hospital for a postmortem. The victim is estimated to have been dead for over a week.

Brickfields OCPD ACP Muhammad Azlee Abdullah said the case was being investigated as a murder and that police had arrested eight Bangladeshi men, who were believed to have been living as squatters in the bungalow.

Kuala Lumpur has recently seen the launch of separate buses and train carriages for female passengers to help counter sexual harassment.

Where are the world’s most dangerous transport systems for women?

The world’s most dangerous public transportation for women.
1. Bogota
2. Mexico City
3. Lima
4. New Delhi
5. Jakarta
6. Buenos Aires

7. Kuala Lumpur


8. Bangkok
9. Moscow
10. Manila
11. Paris

12. Seoul
13. London
14. Beijing
15. Tokyo
16. New York

JAKARTA – A recent survey has revealed that Jakarta’s public transportation is among the top five in the list of the world’s most dangerous public transportations for women. Jakarta ranked in fifth position while Bogota, Colombia secured the first position on the list.

While New York, on the other hand, is the city with the most women-friendly public transportation in the survey.

The survey was jointly conducted by YouGov and the Thomson Reuters Foundation. It interviewed 6,550 women respondents in several major cities; Seoul, London, Moscow, Paris, Lima, Manila, Bangkok, Bogota, Delhi, Kuala Lumpur, Tokyo, Jakarta, Beijing, Buenos Aires, Mexico City and New York.

Mary Crass of the International Transportation Forum said the failure to provide women-friendly transportation would directly affect women’s capability to choose their line of work.

“Women are likely to rely more on public transportation,” she said as quoted by on Saturday.

The Rakyat Post

Survey: KL has 7th most dangerous transport system for women


A Thompson Reuters Foundation survey finds Kuala Lumpur to be among the unsafe cities for women who take the public transport. — Design by Alesha Dhanaraj

A RECENT international survey serves as a dampener on Malaysia’s efforts to boost public transport usage in its cities.

There were six areas of concern in the survey — safety at night, verbal harassment, physical harassment, public response to abuse, confidence in authorities and safety in the city.

KL ranked 5th in terms of “safety at night”, which indicates women in the city felt unsafe while travelling at night compared with women in Manila and Jakarta.

The city took the 8th spot (mid spot) on aspects of verbal harassment by men, public aid when harassed and availability of safe public transportation in the city.

It was, however, ranked among the best when it came to experiences of physical harassment (No. 13 out of 16) with the least number of women experiencing them.

But it was the second worse in terms of confidence in authorities where very few believed authorities would investigate cases of harassment or attacks.

According to the Thompson Reuters Foundation, the survey involved questioning women in each of the 16 cities, as well as experts focused on women’s rights, gender equality, urban planning and gender-friendly urban spaces.

An online survey, involving up to 513 women from each city, made up part of the statistics.

The foundation also polled a minimum of 10 experts in each city, except in Kuala Lumpur where nine experts were interviewed.

These included women’s rights activists, architects and academics with an interest in gender equality and urban planning.

In total, 6,555 women and experts were surveyed.


Saturday November 8, 2014 MYT 10:10:07 PM

Cook beaten to death over RM500 debt

KUALA LUMPUR: A cook from India was beaten to death by his fellow countryman for allegedly not paying a debt of RM500 in an incident in Jalan Tun Sambanthan here on Saturday.The body of Hukumdev Sah Raghunath Sah, 39, was found in the restaurant’s toilet, which was locked from outside.
“A man of Indian national, in his 20s, was arrested in a nearby shop in connection with the incident.”Initial investigation found that the victim owed the suspect RM500 and refused to repay the debt, hence causing a fight between them,” he told reporters here.In the incident, the suspect was said to have punched the victim on the face and chest, which caused the latter to pass out, before dragging him into the toilet and locked the door. – Bernama

It seems real. Watch the video after the photo.


0903 H : Lebuhraya Bukit Jalil dari Kinrara ke TPM. Banjir kilat berdekatan Pavillion 2.

More questions than answers!


Two small explosives were found in  front of a Maybank office in Jalan Medan Tuanku 1.

Dang Wangi OCPD Asst Comm Zainol Samah‎ confirmed that the explosives were placed in a grey luggage bag.



Friday October 31, 2014 MYT 1:28:18 PM

No explosives in abandoned luggage bag, clarify cops

KUALA LUMPUR: There were no explosives to detonate in a luggage bag found near Medan Tuanku here, clarified the Dang Wangi OCPD.

Asst Comm Zainol Samah said several rumours had spread on social media while some dailies also uploaded reports online that two explosives were detonated.

“These claims are false as no explosives were found in the luggage bag.

“In fact, the bomb disposal’s robot only caused some sparks to fly when it broke the zipper of the luggage bag,” he told reporters when met at SMK Convent Jalan Peel on Friday.

He explained that the luggage only contained clothes and jeans presumably for a man.

“The bag was left in front of a bank there in the morning and the bomb disposal unit was dispatched to investigate it,” he said.

Two small explosives were found in  front of a Maybank office in Jalan Medan Tuanku 1.

Dang Wangi OCPD Asst Comm Zainol Samah‎ confirmed that the explosives were placed in a grey luggage bag.


警方于今午4時接獲投報,指自早上時分在美丹端姑(Medan Tuanku)的馬銀行門前發現一個灰色行李箱,被懷疑藏有炸彈,而警方在晚上7時40分至7時45分曾試圖震動引爆炸彈,但卻沒有反應,拆彈專家在晚上8時55才正式證實行李箱裏並沒有炸彈。


Thursday October 30, 2014 MYT 10:29:49 PM

Police detonate two small explosives in Jalan Medan Tuanku 1

KUALA LUMPUR: Two small explosives were detonated in Jalan Medan Tuanku 1 here Thursday evening.

The explosives were in a bag which was discovered by a bank staff at a five foot way in front of a Maybank office at about 4pm.

Dang Wangi OCPD Asst Comm Zainol Samah‎ confirmed that the explosives were placed in a grey luggage bag.

A bomb disposal squad detonated the first explosive at 7.40pm and the other five minutes later.

IN THE SEX TRADE, FOREIGNERS ARE PREFERRED. Clients consider them exotic. Pimps find them cheaper as they are usually bought from people-smugglers who sell these women into the sex grade.

In a raid in KL, police arrested four Vietnamese women, two Indonesian women and two Thai women.




A young woman is dead because she scolded her younger brother. Her younger brother is likely to spend the next decade of his life in prison. The parents? How will the heart heal from this double tragedy?There is the surviving sibling, the eldest child…


Tuesday October 28, 2014 MYT 7:10:11 AM

Sister found dead after scolding brother

SHAH ALAM: A woman scolded her younger brother for playing video games when he should have been studying. This led to a fight that ended in her death.

Panic-stricken, the 18-year-old college student rushed to wake up their parents. He claimed his sister was drunk and had killed herself in the 3am incident on Sunday.

However, his story did not add up to the police. They said that they had found the teenager to be “drunk and weak”.

He also had a bottle of liquor in his room.

The victim, 22, is believed to have died from a slash wound to her neck. She was found dead in her blood-soaked pyjamas outside the boy’s room at their home in Jalan Kemuning Jaya here. A knife was found beside her body.

The teenager, who has been remanded until Nov 2, told police that he had a heated argument with his sister after she criticised him for playing too many video games.

“He said she came in while he was playing a computer game in his room and scolded him because he had been neglecting his studies,” said Shah Alam CID chief Deputy Supt Muhammad Idzam Jaafar.



Student found dead, drunk brother detained

UPDATED: Oct 26, 2014 08:14pm

Student believed murdered by drunk brother

Third year University Malaysia Sabah Food Science student Toh Wei Teen was found dead in front of her bedroom door, still dressed in her pyjamas smeared in blood. — File pic

KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 26, 2014:

A 22-year-old student of University Malaysia Sabah was found dead in her family home early this morning, believed to have been murdered by her own brother.

The deceased, third year Food Science student Toh Wei Teen was initially thought to have committed suicide as police had received a 999 call, about 3am from a man claiming to be a neighbour of the victim, saying that she had tried to commit suicide.

However, upon reaching the house, located at Kemuning Utama, Shah Alam, police were told by a medical team from Klang Hospital that Toh died from an injury to the neck.

Police found the victim lying in front of her bedroom door, still dressed in her pyjamas smeared in blood.

Shah Alam police chief Assistant Commissioner Azisman Alias said the victim’s 18-year-old brother was found drunk in the house and was the one who had woken up the parents who were asleep at the time of the incident.

“The suspect, who was supposed to enrol into a private college in Subang next year had told his parents that his sister had committed suicide.

The motive behind the alleged murder is still unknown, although the siblings were said to have gotten into a fight prior to the murder.




Sunday October 26, 2014 MYT 11:38:40 PM

Varsity student found dead in her Shah Alam home

SHAH ALAM: A 22-year-old Universiti Malaysia Sabah student was found dead with injuries to her neck at her home here on Sunday.

Toh Wei Teen was found dead by her younger brother in the 3.30am incident. The boy informed the parents who were asleep in the master bedroom.

Police have taken him in to help in the investigation. Toh was the second of three siblings.


KUALA LUMPUR: Police arrested 10 people and seized 71 illegal gambling machines during a simultaneous raid on three premises in Taman Miharja, Cheras here last night.

The 10pm operation was conducted by a team of city police headquarters Anti-Gambling, Vice and Secret Society Division (D7) following a tip-off received from the public.

Team leader Inspector Mohd Nor Nahar Nayan said among those arrested were three Indonesians, including two women, a local man and a woman who worked for the gambling syndicates as caretakers for their dens.

Five others were gamblers who were busy making their bets when the team moved in.

ACP Azmi said Bala Krishnan’s neck had been stabbed so many times “his head almost came off”.

Man stabbed multiple times in the neck

PETALING JAYA: A man was brutally stabbed in the neck multiple times by two people near Cova Square in Kota Damansara, Monday morning resulting in the victim’s head almost coming off.

Eyewitnesses to the gruesome murder said that the victim, identified as Bala Krishnan Anbalagan, 39, was “dancing and making noise on the street” with his shirt off, along with some friends just prior to the incident.

Petaling Jaya OCPD ACP Azmi Abu Kassim confirmed the account saying that a white Pajero had then pulled up near the group while two men exited the vehicle wielding parang.

“They grabbed the victim, pulled him away from his group and attacked him, stabbing him all over his body,” ACP Azmi said.

The suspects then fled in their car, leaving the unemployed man in a pool of blood on the pavement.


Near Segi university kota damansara, last night a guy lying on the main road without his head and one hand, don’t know what’s happening…

zb za




Bukit Beruntung landslide: Residents may be allowed to return in three days

HULU SELANGOR: Residents of the apartment affected in a landslide in Bukit Beruntung, here on Monday, should expect at least three days before they are allowed to return to their homes.

Selangor Menteri Besar Mohamed Azmin Ali said as of 2.30pm today, there were still minimal soil movement that prevented the residents from returning to their home.

“Based on the latest report from the Public Works Department (PWD), there are still soil movement in the afternoon but it is at a minimum.

Earlier this morning, the soil movement was reportedly stable and the residents of Block K were given clearance to return to their home.

However, Azmin said the latest indication showed that soil movement were beginning to move towards Block K. This led to the authorities preventing the residents from returning to their homes.

Rescue team to accompany Form Five students to pick up study materials for SPM

HULU SELANGOR: Rescue teams at an apartment in Bukit Beruntung which was affected in landslide yesterday are requested to accompany Form Five student in picking up their study materials at home.

Deputy Education Minister P. Kamalanathan said with the upcoming Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM) exam in early November, it is worrying that affected students were not able to study.

“I am worried about their education. I hope the authorities would be able to accompany the students to their home so they would be able to pick up their study materials,” he said.

Kalamanathan who is also the Hulu Selangor member of the parliament said he would be giving out contributions to the six families who will be celebrating Deepavali tomorrow.

A 17-year-old student Muhammad Fakhrul Azam Ruzman who will be sitting for SPM examination said the evacuation was unexpected and he did not bring any books or stationary with him.


Damage caused by the landslide near the Teratai Apartment, Taman Bunga Raya, Bukit Beruntung – photo courtesy of Korporat Ibupejabat Bomba Putrajaya

Damage caused by the landslide near the Teratai Apartment, Taman Bunga Raya, Bukit Beruntung – photo courtesy of Korporat Ibupejabat Bomba Putrajaya

Landslide in Bukit Beruntung, 2,000 ordered to evacuate

BUKIT BERUNTUNG: Some 2,000 residents of Teratai Apartment, Taman Bunga Raya here were ordered to evacuate after a landslide occured near their home at 11am.

Kuala Kubu Baru Fire and Rescue Department operations commander Azhar Tajudin said 12 personnel were rushed to the scene after receiving a distress call.

“The first engine arrived at 11.20am,” he said.

Azhar said for security reasons, the residents were ordered to temporarily move out and were placed in a temporary shelter as soil movement was still present in the area.

He said the Fire and Rescue Department is still observing the situation near the five-storey apartment.


Shah Alam Uptown stalls destroyed in fire

SHAH ALAM: A total of 196 stalls in Shah Alam Uptown in Section 24 were destroyed in a fire at 2.57am this morning.

The Fire and Rescue department which despatched 32 men managed to control the fire from spreading to other stalls.

KEBAKARAN 250 BUAH KEDAI di Up Town Shah Alam, Persiaran Sultan Seksyen 24, Shah Alam 2.57 pg td. 1 Maut



 'Godfather' of gang was target of grenade attack

Six nightspots raided as hunt for ‘Ah Hai‘ continues in

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KUALA LUMPUR: Police have raided six nightclubs in Bukit Bintang as the hunt for “Ah Hai”, the suspected target in Thursday’s grenade attack at Sun Complex, continues.

City CID chief Senior Asst Comm Gan Kong Meng said the raids on six outlets were conducted between 11pm on Saturday and 5am on Sunday.

“We raided three outlets and checked a total of 405 people and arrested two people for allowing underaged individuals into an entertainment outlet and opening an entertainment outlet past the stipulated closing time.

“Bukit Aman personnel including a Special Task Force On Organized Crime (STAFOC) team raided three other outlets and checked 215 people and rescued three Vietnamese women under the Anti-Trafficking in Persons and Anti-Smuggling of Migrants Act.

“The three are believed to have been exploited for sex,” he said when contacted, Sunday.

Police detonate a second grenade outside Sun Complex on Thursday

Police detonate a second grenade outside Sun Complex on Thursday

KUALA LUMPUR: Police have raided six nightclubs in Bukit Bintang as the hunt for “Ah Hai”, the suspected target in Thursday’s grenade attack at Sun Complex, continues.

City CID chief Senior Asst Comm Gan Kong Meng said the raids on six outlets were conducted between 11pm on Saturday and 5am on Sunday.

“We raided three outlets and checked a total of 405 people and arrested two people for allowing underaged individuals into an entertainment outlet and opening an entertainment outlet past the stipulated closing time.

“Bukit Aman personnel including a Special Task Force On Organized Crime (STAFOC) team raided three other outlets and checked 215 people and rescued three Vietnamese women under the Anti-Trafficking in Persons and Anti-Smuggling of Migrants Act.

“The three are believed to have been exploited for sex,” he said when contacted, Sunday.

由于警方多日都无法联络到“阿海”,警方昨晚重回案发现场的夜总会突击检查时,竟没有顾客在场,完全找不到“阿海”的下属,唯有扣查49名工作人员,包括 6名中国女子和一名有罪案记录的华裔男子(28岁);而在比南利路的大型酒廊,警方则依据情报寻找“阿海”的越南籍女朋友。虽然“阿海”已婚及有儿女,但 在外的女朋友也很多,因此,警方希望在扣查的89名越南女子中,可以取得可靠线索。






Police dismiss report of women robbed, fatally stabbed in Kuala Lumpur

KUALA LUMPUR: The police today dismissed as untrue a report on the social media of several women having been robbed and fatally stabbed at several locations in the city.

Inspector-General of Police Secretariat (Corporate Communications) assistant chief ACP Asmawati Ahmad said the false information was circulated in July 2012 and also in July this year.

“No such case has been reported in the city,” she said in a statement.


Cops hunt robber masquerading as postman
Police have formed a special unit to go after a man who masquerades as a postman to rob his victims. The suspect lures his victims out of the house by asking them to sign a courier receipt before robbing them.

He is believed to have committed at least three robberies in the USJ and Subang Jaya area over the past three months.

The latest incident was in SS14, Subang Jaya, where a 70-year-old lady fell prey and lost about RM12,000.


‘Godfather’ of gang was target of grenade attack

KUALA LUMPUR: The kingpin who was the target of a grenade attack at the Cherry Blossom Club in Bukit Bintang has led an underworld gang for more than two decades.

Known as “Ah Hai”, the 53-year-old believed to be from Gang 21 has been running illegal businesses here, including gambling.

“He is quite notorious. He has a police record, including for drug offences. He was targeted because of an ongoing turf war with rival gangs,” a source said yesterday.

Are gambling kingpins the cause of the grenade-induced-supernova in Bukit Bintang? More in today’s Malay Mail.

Grenade attack in Bukit Bintang was targeted at a top Imbi gangster involved in a boiling online gambling war

KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 10 — The grenade attack in Bukit Bintang that killed one man and wounded 13 others yesterday was targeted at a top Imbi gangster involved in a boiling online gambling war, Malay Mail revealed.

A source close to the police investigations said the 53-year-old man known as “Ah Hai” was seeking to expand his gambling empire by recruiting bookies from other syndicates with the promise of higher profits.

This angered rival gambling syndicates that are believed to have put up a hit on him.

At 4am yesterday, two hitmen hurled two grenades from the second floor of the Sun Plaza parking just as Ah Hai was leaving the Cherry Blossom club at the basement of the building with his entourage.

The source said Ah Hai was at the club to negotiate a bookie recruitment drive and it is believed his rivals came to know about the meeting.

“Ah Hai was meant to be killed instantly as he was ‘pinching’ almost everyone who were working for the top bookies,” he said.

“CCTV footage at the parking lot shows two men hurling the grenades. They then immediately got into a car and fled. Police are still trying to establish the suspects’ identities as the recording was not clear.”

Ah Hai escaped unscathed while car jockey Tiong Kwong Yie, 36, died after the grenade exploded and injured 13 others including his driver and personal bodyguard.

Singaporeans say they will avoid Bukit Bintang area for now

Singaporeans who frequent the popular shopping district of Jalan Bukit Bintang in Kuala Lumpur were shocked by news of yesterday’s grenade blast and said they will not go there for now.

“I’ll probably avoid the area for a while until the police have investigated and found the cause of it,” said Ms Pan Shi Hua, 26, a marketing executive who visits the Malaysian capital every three months to shop and eat.

She usually stays at a hotel in Jalan Bukit Bintang because of its proximity to the bus terminal, which is about a 15-minute walk away. “I felt the area was safe because I was familiar with it.”

‘It was like thunder’ – Singaporean victim in bomb attack recounts ordeal

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The Singaporean who was among the 13 people injured by a rare grenade blast early Thursday morning is well, but said he is in the dark about what triggered the attack in downtown Kuala Lumpur. — PHOTO: CHINA PRESS

The Singaporean who was among the 13 people injured by a rare grenade blast early Thursday morning is well, but said he is in the dark about what triggered the attack in downtown Kuala Lumpur.

Mr Wong Kim Teng appeared calm and was alone when The Straits Times met him at the Ampang Hospital on Thursday evening. The 67-year-old said he had five stitches after suffering injuries to his legs.

He declined to say why he was at the Bukit Bintang shopping district at 4.30am, when the grenade went off, beyond saying he was “a visitor”.

“I was just getting to my car when suddenly there was an explosion,” Mr Wong said, recounting his ordeal from his hospital bed.

He added: “It was like thunder. And then suddenly I saw blood all over me. I’m sorry, I have no other news or information on what happened.”

Full list of Sun Complex grenade victims

KUALA LUMPUR: The following is a full list of victims in the tragic bomb in the grenade attack at Sun Complex in Bukit Bintang on Thursday morning.

1. Tiong Kwang Yie, male, 36 (deceased)
2. Teoh Keow Meng, 40, male
3. Yaw Lee Hock, 41, male
4. Revindran Chitavelu, 49, male
5. Lim Soon Hock, 51, male
6. Mak Kok Leong, male, 39
7. Mario Aro Kiam Ramalingam, 39
8. Wong Kim Teng, male, Singapore
9. Jasu Sae Yor, male, Thailand
10. Ma Yun Feng, female, China
11. Pan Yumeng, female, China
12. Yang Jiaqin, female, China
13. Wenxi Sun, female, China

Car jockey Tiong Kwang Yie, 36, passed away after being treated in the intensive care unit at a hospital here following the 4.25am blast.

Among the 12 injured are six locals, four Chinese nationals, a Singaporean and a Thai national.

WATCH: Footage of second bomb at Bukit Bintang detonated by bomb disposal unit

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Police will investigate whether terror is a motive for bombing

A second grenade detonated by police Starpix Azhar Mahfof


Car jockey dies in Bukit Bintang grenade attack

KUALA LUMPUR: The car jockey, who was among 14 people injured in a grenade attack at Sun Complex in Bukit Bintang, died of his wounds on Thursday.

City CID chief Senior Asst Comm Gan Kong Meng said Tiong Kwang Yie, 36, passed away after being treated in the intensive care unit at a hospital here following the 4.25am blast.

Tiong, from Sibu, Sarawak, was among the injured who were rushed to the hospital after the attack outside the Cherry Blossom night club.

The others included two Chinese nationals, two Singaporeans and a Thai. They are receiving treatment at Hopsital Kuala Lumpur and Gleneagles Hospital.

Gangland fighting is believed to be behind the blast.

DBKL about to tow the Alphard involved in the bomb blast in Jalan Bukit Bintang

DBKL about to tow the Alphard involved in the bomb blast in Jalan Bukit Bintang

This is d car that was exploded this morning by grenade at Sun Complex.One man died so far.It is horrible

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Bomb squad prepares to detonate third bomb in front of Sun Complex in Bukit Bintang,

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—Two bomb squad units heading to detonate the third bomb. —

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join Fong Kui Lun, Teo Kok Seong, Kula Segaran#Loga (Dep Minister of FT) visit Sun Complex — — Sent by WhatsApp

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Four vehicles were damaged in the blast – a Toyota Vellfire, a Toyota Camry, a Mazda 2 and a BMW.

Malaysian Insider quoted a police source as saying “initial reports indicate that two hand grenades had been thrown from the second floor of a building.” 

“Shrapnel from the hand grenade caused injuries to passers-by,” the source added. Police found the second hand grenade, which failed to explode, under the Toyota Camry.

Singaporeans among tourists injured in grenade explosion in KL mall: Berita Harian

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KUALA LUMPUR – Tourists, including those from Singapore, China and Thailand, were among several people injured in a grenade explosion in the popular shopping district of Jalan Bukit Bintang in Kuala Lumpur.

The explosion took place in the early hours of Thursday morning outside Cherry Blossom club.

10 people were injured  –  eight male, two female – said a Kuala Lumpur police statement, though media reports put the injured toll at 14. The bomb team and forensics unit have confirmed it was a hand grenade.

Among those injured was a Singaporean identified as Wong Kim Teng.

不斷更新“武吉免登夜總會爆炸案”最新消息!!中國報訊: 截至中午11時45分,警方仍通過吉隆坡市政局的協助,逐輛拖走現場的交通工具,準備引爆另一枚手榴彈,現場已有消拯員和救護人員戒備。另外,由於警方已經封鎖部分道路,導致通往劉蝶廣場一帶的交通嚴重阻塞。


PICTURE GALLERY: Bukit Bintang bomb blast

Bukit Bintang blast: Victims were boarding vehicle when explosive device fell on them

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The Star Online

KUALA LUMPUR: At least 14 people were injured after an explosion rocked an area in front of the Sun Complex here on Thursday.

Police said they received information of the blast near a pub at about 4.30am.

It is learnt that the explosion came from underneath a car that was parked in the area.

It is learnt that two explosive objects were thrown at the scene, one of which failed to explode.

The injured have been sent to Hospital Kuala Lumpur and the nearby Tung Shin Hospital.

BREAKING: 14 injured, 1 critically wounded following an explosion in front of Sun Complex, Jalan Bukit Bintang early this morning

Early morning blast in Jalan Bukit Bintang:

10 people were injured this morning in front of Sun Complex, Jalan Bukit Bintang due to an explosion. Anybody working around this area? Do you know what happaned? Share the story here or inbox us. We want to know.


Seorang lelaki parah, 13 lagi cedera selepas bom disyaki bom tangan dibaling dari tingkat 2 di Sun Complex, Bukit Bintang, KL, 4.20 pagi ini





KUALA LUMPUR: A loud explosion in front of Sun Complex, Jalan Bukit Bintang early this morning jolted occupants and guests.

Initial report claimed there were at least 10 injured and scores of policemen and officers are seen in front of the complex.


1. If you think that DBKL has towed your car away, use your mobile applications, WhatsApp and Telegram, or SMS to check on the status of your car.

2. Send your vehicle registration number to 013-666 3255 either via WhatsApp, Telegram or SMS.

 3. You will be informed of the location of your towed vehicles and the compound fine you have to pay.

4. You will no longer have to go to the towed vehicle depot in Jinjang. The new Towed Vehicle Storage Depot is in Jalan Galloway. It is a 24-hour facility.

KL City Hall: Check status of towed vehicles with cellphone

Kajang was flooded on Monday. It’s KL’s turn today, Wednesday, 1 October 2014.


Wednesday October 1, 2014 MYT 8:55:29 PM

Flash flood inundates parking lot in city, hundreds of cars submerged

The submerged paking lot at Jalan Pinang.

The submerged parking lot at Jalan Pinang.

KUALA LUMPUR: Hundreds of motorists were left stranded during the evening rush hour on Wednesday after their vehicles were partially submerged in a parking lot along Jalan Pinang due to flash floods following heavy rain here.

Traffic at Jalan Sultan Ismail and Jalan Ampang came to a complete stop when water levels rose rapidly, while the pedestrian bridge at the Chan Sow Lin LRT station was closed due to flash floods at Jalan Yaacob Latif near the Cheras roundabout tunnel.

A spokesman at the centre said there were also reports on other affected areas in Jalan Jelatek (near the Setiawangsa LRT station) and Jalan Melayu.

Ohhh keretaaaa!! Banjir kilat dkt Jalan Pinang td.

Banjir UOA2 jalan pinang! Crazy

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Flash flooding across KL, glad I’m walking home.

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8:21PM Oct 1, 2014

Flash floods strike KL after evening downpour

According to Star Radio Traffic’s twitter account @mytraffic, the roads flooded include Jalan Sultan Ismail, Jalan Chan Sow Lin, Jelatek LRT station, the Cheras roundabout tunnel.

Meanwhile, the Malay-language tabloid Kosmo tweeted that over 100 vehicles were damaged by the flood at Jalan Pinang.

Other major roads widely reported as being flooded include Jalan Ampang, and the area around the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre.

No Kajang satay tonight?



So apakah langkah Wan Azizah untuk menyelesaikan masalah banjir kilat di Kajang?

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Harap YB Turun bantu RT : Kajang banjir. First time alami sendiri sepanjang hidup 24 tahun.

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RT 1641 PUCHONG SG BESI Hway : do expect delays in both directions near TPM , due to flash floods in the area



SHAH ALAM: Traffic came to a standstill in Bukit Jelutong after uprooted trees and signboards blocked major roads during a thunderstorm at 3pm, Monday.

Strong winds during the storm also blew off factory roofs in the industrial area.

Netizens claimed that several cars were pinned down under the large tree trunks and properties were damaged along Jalan Jendela and Jalan Rabung.

A member of the Shah Alam City Council's Quick Response Team (Pantas) removing trees obstructing traffic in U8, Bukit Jelutong, Shah Alam on Monday.

A member of the Shah Alam City Council’s Quick Response Team (Pantas) removing trees obstructing traffic in U8, Bukit Jelutong, Shah Alam on Monday.


KUALA LUMPUR: A salesman and a contractor were accused of burglarising their mutual neighbour’s house and stealing RM40,000 worth of items including a car.

Muhamad Tarmizi Muhamad and Sakri Muhammad jointly claimed trial at the Sessions Court today to committing the housebreaking and carting off the vehicle, two television sets, three handphones, a wristwatch, and a home-theatre set.

They allegedly committed the offence at the home of army personnel Ahmad Hasma Nizam Mohd Naroni, 27, at Jalan 17/154, Taman Bukit Anggerik, Cheras here, between 12.30pm on Sept 13 and 5pm on Sept 16.

Robbed outside the Sri Comel Kindergarten at USJ4/1N, Subang Jaya!

GIVEN THE MANY CRIMINALS ROAMING FREELY AROUND GREATER KUALA LUMPUR, it was just a matter of time before they spotted vulnerable targets: women and old men waiting for their kids or grand kids outside a kindergarten.

23rd September 2014, at about 11.00am, three men in a black Toyota Vios pulled up in front of the Sri Comel Kindergarten at USJ4/1N, Subang Jaya. Two men in helmets came out and robbed the women of bags, mobile phones and other possessions. They also took an Avanza belonging to one woman.

A teachers took down the registration number of the robber’s car, either WWM 9978 or WMA 9978.

[Alert]!!! Armed Robbery in front of Kindergarten – Parents and Older Folks Targeted.23rd September 2014, Time : Approx 11:00amLocation of Incident : USJ4/1N (Sri Comel Kindergarden) See More

— at USJ4/1






Sunday September 14, 2014 MYT 9:06:31 AM

Body of decomposed Indonesian woman found in Ampang apartment

KUALA LUMPUR: The decomposing body of an Indonesian woman was discovered after her neighbour became suspicious of the pungent stench coming from her apartment at Bandar Baru Ampang on Saturday.

Ampang Jaya OCPD Asst Comm Khairuldin Saad said police received a call from the neighbour around 5pm on the incident.

According to him, police broke into the apartment unit on the third floor and found the body of an Indonesian woman, believed to be in her 40s, sprawled on a bed.

ACP Khairuldin said the victim was still in her pyjamas when police found her body.

“We believe she had been dead for four to five days.

“Based on marks and bits of cloth on her neck, we suspect that she was strangled to death using a pillow case,” he added.

ACP Khairuldin said police have identified the woman based on information in her bankbook.








He had robbed a salesman, who lodged a police report, so the police had a description of the robber. When they saw the robber later, with a woman he was robbing, they arrested him.


Thursday August 28, 2014 MYT 8:27:26 PM

Bogus cop caught red-handed while attempting to swindle woman

The items seized from the bogus cop.

The items seized from the bogus cop.

PETALING JAYA: A 24-year-old bogus cop ran out of luck after he was arrested while attempting to swindle money out of a woman along Jalan Kewajipan, Bandar Sunway here.

Subang Jaya Deputy OCPD Supt Tan Ah Chua said on Thursday the case was first brought to police’s attention by a 40-year-old salesman who had fallen prey to the extortionist’s tricks at about 6.50am Thursday.

Supt Tan said policemen encountered the bogus cop while he was in the midst of extorting money from a woman along Jalan Kewajipan in SS13 on the same afternoon.

“They arrested him after noticing that he matched the description provided by the salesman.

“He confessed to using the same method on other victims,” he added.



Earlier in the day, a consignment of concrete segments fell on to Jalan Cheras at about 11am forcing vehicles to a crawl near the roundabout in Taman Billion. Then the rain came, and so did the flood waters!





Sunday August 24, 2014 MYT 7:33:21 PM

Flash floods hit Cheras after MRT concrete slab incident

PETALING JAYA: Traffic in Cheras, which was earlier congested due to 12 MRT concrete segments falling off a trailer, worsened in the evening after a downpour.

Flash floods were reported in several areas causing traffic to slow down from the Cheras roundabout and 9th mile toll plaza to the Taman Billion roundabout at 6pm.

Traffic was also reportedly slow in the surrounding areas, from Bandar Tun Razak to Taman Connaught on the East West link.

On the MRR2, traffic is slow from Sri Petaling and Taman Connaught to Bandar Tasik Selatan and from Ukay Heights to Pandan Indah and Batu Caves.

On the PLUS highway, a crawl is reported from Kajang northbound to the Sungai Besi tolls. Many Twitter users have reported flooding as a possible cause of congestion.

Earlier in the day, a consignment of concrete segments fell on to Jalan Cheras at about 11am forcing vehicles to a crawl near the roundabout in Taman Billion.


Sunday August 24, 2014 MYT 5:59:59 PM

Concrete segments for MRT project fall off trailer, cause jam in Cheras

Pictures taken from Star Radio Traffic Twitter page

Pictures taken from Star Radio Traffic Twitter page

PETALING JAYA: A massive traffic jam was caused on Sunday morning due to 12 concrete segments falling off a trailer at Jalan Cheras near the Billion Roundabout flyover.

According to police sources, the incident happened at 11.30am at Batu 5 ½, Jalan Cheras.

The 12 girders fell when a trailer carrying 16 MRT concrete segments for the Pudu underground MRT project toppled after the trailer driver hit the emergency brake due to a sudden stop in traffic.

Out of the 12 segments that fell, 10 were two-ton segments, while the other two were one-ton segments.

Traffic remains backed-up despite works to move the girders ending at 1.15pm.

In a statement, MRT Corp said the company will be investigating the matter and action will be taken on those responsible.




Di ibu negara, lima penjenayah bertopeng melarikan 20 dulang barang kemas bernilai hampir RM 1 juta dalam tempoh kurang tiga minit. Kejadian di sebuah pasar raya besar di Taman Connaught, Cheras.

Supt Abd Rahim said the men were believed to be Malaysians and appeared to be gempal (fat).


Sunday August 24, 2014 MYT 8:19:44 AM

Five fat robbers in RM900,000 jewellery heist

KUALA LUMPUR: Five fat robbers stole RM900,000 worth of gold from a jewellery store in Taman Connaught here.

The robbers, who wore ski masks and armed with three sledgehammers and what appeared to be a pistol, burst into the shop at 12.30pm yesterday, which is situated on the first floor of a hypermarket.

Police said one of the “chubby framed” men pointed a gun at the two workers in the shop.

The other four men smashed the glass counters and cleared 20 trays of gold jewellery during the three-minute heist.

“After that, they got into a car which was waiting outside the hypermarket. The driver was also wearing a ski mask. The six suspects sped off towards Petaling Jaya.

“We have obtained the closed-circuit television (CCTV) footage of the robbery and are working on tracking the vehicle the suspects were last seen in,” said Cheras acting OCPD Supt Abd Rahim Hamzah Othman.



Saturday August 23, 2014 MYT 10:05:12 PM

Security guard stumbles upon human skull in parking lot

KUALA LUMPUR: It was a day unlike any other for a security guard who stumbled upon a human skull while making his daily rounds along Jalan Pahang Barat.

Sentul OCPD Asst Comm R.Munusamy said the security guard alerted police after making the discovery at a parking lot at around 10.30am, Saturday.

“We found skeletal remains in a bush, on a hill some 20m away from where the skull was initially found.

“There were bits of decomposed clothing lying around the skeleton,” he added.




The Rakyat Post
Aug 19, 2014 11:27pm

Woman strips in Jalan Kuching


A woman began taking off her top along Jalan Kuching tonight, causing heavy traffic in the area. — TRP pic by Azrol Ali

KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 19, 2014:

Traffic was heavy along Jalan Kuching near Batu Caves here tonight after a woman took to stripping by the roadside.

The woman had earlier walked on the road, in the left most lane fully clothed.

However it was learnt that later on, she took off her top and sat down by the roadside, and began chanting.

The Rakyat Post’s photographer who was at the scene of the incident earlier reported that police were present to manage the situation.

However it is unclear if the woman has been detained as at press time, or what prompted her to take off her clothes.



Tuesday August 19, 2014 MYT 10:22:10 PM

Fire at Kamdar shopping centre

Fire trucks seen outside the Kamdar shopping centre in Kuala Lumpur

KUALA LUMPUR: Fire broke out at Kamdar shopping centre forcing about 200 people, including 90 customers, to be evacuated in Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman on Tuesday.

No injury was reported in the 7pm fire which started on the first floor of the seven-storey garments and clothing outlet.

City Fire and Rescue Department deputy director Azizan Ismail said 90 firemen brought the fire under control in about two hours and the thick smoke made it difficult to locate the electrical switch boards.

“Checks revealed that the fire started on the first floor and spread all the way up to the fourth floor,” he said.


Customers, workers evacuated from Kamdar mall after fire incident

By Hariz Mohd – 19 August 2014 @ 9:52 PM

KUALA LUMPUR: Over 200 employees and customers of Kamdar textile mall in Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman here were evacuated after fire broke at the building’s first floor about 7pm today.

The incident, believed to have started from an electrical room at the floor, saw 90 firemen rushed to the scene opposite a cinema there.

City Fire and Rescue Department assistant director (operations) Azizan Ismail said initial information received by the responding team was that an employee is believed to have been trapped inside the building.

The firemen from four fire stations, equipped with breathing apparatuses, immediately launched a firefighting and search and rescue mission to find the employee.

However, after thorough checks on the seven-storey building, the team confirmed that no victim was inside.


Did he die from an overdose of drugs?


Tuesday August 19, 2014 MYT 8:03:45 PM

Worker finds skeleton at construction site

PETALING JAYA: A construction worker was stunned when he accidentally dug up skeletal remains at a site near Taman Medan here.

In the Tuesday incident, the worker stumbled upon the remains as he was digging through the ground of a condominium construction site at about noon.

A pair of pants, believed to have belonged to the deceased, was found with the skeleton.

It is learnt that police also found a wallet in the pants, with identification documents belonging to one Othman Ramli, who was said to have four previous criminal records for theft and drug possession.




PETALING JAYA: An Indonesian man fractured his leg, hand and spine after jumping from a flyover at the New Pantai Expressway (NPE) here while fleeing from police yesterday.

..the chase started from Jalan Gasing, when Motorcycle Patrol Unit policemen spotted the two behaving suspiciously on a motorcycle.

“When the police team approached the men, they sped off towards Jalan Klang Lama before going into the NPE.

“The high-speed chase continued until the suspects stopped at Km10, where they abandoned the motorcycle and ran towards Bandar Sunway,” said the source.

Both of them climbed over the flyover’s wall and jumped. The injured suspect fell beside a drain. His accomplice, whose fall was broken by a tree, escaped.

2 men jump off flyover to flee from cops



Currently, City Hall has approved 34 massage parlour licences in Taman Sri Hartamas and its surroundings.


It is claimed that many wealthy people lived close by in Desa Hartamas and Mont Kiara, and they find it easy to go for a ‘quickie’ without their spouses or girlfriends finding out


A first- trial one- hour body massage at this centre costs RM49.90.

A MAJORITY of massage parlours in Desa Sri Hartamas and Plaza Damas in Kuala Lumpur have been found to offer sexual services.

These centres are also regularly visited by VIPs.

A complaint on this received via The Star email had pointed out three such centres in the area, complete with the full address.

While some of the centres are known as “health spa”, others described the business as “massage centre” or “reflexology centre” to lure unsuspecting customers.

The centres are located on Jalan 22a/70a, Jalan 23/70a, Jalan 24/70a, Jalan 25/70a, Jalan 26/70a, Jalan 27/70a, Jalan 28/70a, Jalan 30/70a in Desa Sri Hartamas and one shoplot inside Plaza Damas.

A visit from StarMetro recently revealed that a centre operator in Desa Sri Hartamas, known as Ah Meng, would tell customers that the centre offered only body-to-body (B to B) massage, which meant sex, although the display board stated that what the centre offered was foot and body massages.

“We have many VIP patrons including Tan Sris and Datuks who visit our centre regularly, but we keep our contacts private,’’ said Ah Meng, who claimed that his employer had strong links with the authorities to avoid being caught.

Another massage centre operator known as Joe, revealed that his centre, also located within the vicinity of Desa Sri Hartamas, offered only sex.

“We do not entertain patrons who ask for foot or body massage. This because the rental is very high — between RM4,000 and RM10,000 — depending on the location. We have to make money.

“Many of the massage centres are located at the upper floors as it is more secluded,” said Joe.

Behind closed doors


Wednesday August 13, 2014 MYT 7:08:43 AM

Culprits yet to be caught in the act

THE culprits offering sexual services at massage parlours and reflexology centres in Desa Sri Hartamas have not been caught red-handed by the authorities, said Kuala Lumpur City Hall.

A spokesman from City Hall’s enforcement department said the last complaint that the department had received on the matter was in July last year.

“During our raid we found no such activity. After visiting the centre twice on different occasions, we did not find any immoral activity happening there as stated by a complainant in Desa Sri Hartamas.

“The operators are very good at covering their tracks.

“Maybe they have an insider to warn the centre operators on planned raids,” he said.

Culprits yet to be caught in the act



Beggars are choosers and stall holders had better give in to their demands!

One day, an old woman, a beggar, and recently out from the nearby mental hospital, stood in front of a chicken-rice stall.

The owner was at the back but saw her, and shouted to her son, 25, “Give her roast chicken, make sure it’s a drum stick, and plain rice!”

“I know what to do,”he shouted back.

I watched as he cut up breast meat! She was glaring at him!

“Oh no,” I thought. Sadly for me, I hadn’t brought my camera along or I would have taken a video. I knew what would happen next. I knew what that beggar woman was capable of.

When the young man passed her the packet containing rice and roast breast meat, she dumped it on the floor, right there and then! WHAT A MESS!

Siew kai pei fan, siew kai pei fan!” she screamed. (In English, it means roast chicken drum stick rice.) She repeated herself in her loud angry voice.

The owner ran from the back and scolded her son. She apologised to the enraged beggar woman, and pleaded with her to be patient. She, then, cut up a drum stick , put it with rice in a packet, and thanked the woman for waiting as she handed it over.

After the woman had left, she explained, “Son, don’t upset the woman again or she’ll scare away our customers.”

When I was 5, I understood what beggars were.That was in 1955.

They were often old, or infirmed. One pair worked together. The man had only an arm and a woman was mentally retarded. They carried bowls that were old coconut shells. What they wanted was food, leftover food. They would stand outside a coffee shop. As soon as people left their table, they moved inside and poured the leftover food into their bowls.

Today, 2014, beggars and begging have changed.

There are children employed by syndicates. In Ipoh, at pasar malam, a van drops off two or three beggars, and pick them up when pasar malam ends. These beggars are physically handicapped. One may be blind, another has only one leg, or a third will have no legs. Sometimes, a beggar plays music or even sings into a mike! The syndicate gets the bulk of the takings and the beggars get an allowance.


Monday August 11, 2014 MYT 8:17:14 AM

Beggar splashes boiling oil on woman for not giving him food

AN Indonesian woman had boiling oil splashed on her when she refused to give food to a beggar at a hawker stall where she worked.

China Press reported that Sofia Batrisya, 30, was taking orders from customers when a man, believed to be a drug addict, asked for food at about 3.30pm on Saturday.

When she brushed him off, the man ran amok and reached for hot cooking oil from the stall and splashed the woman.

Horrified customers subdued him before handing him to the police.

The incident, which took place at a food court of a shopping complex in Petaling Jaya, caused 14% burns on the woman’s body.

Beggar splashes boiling oil on woman for not giving him food



Monday August 4, 2014 MYT 2:26:44 PM

Police shoot dead suspected car thief

PETALING JAYA: Police shot dead a suspected car thief, who was armed with a parang, during an early morning confrontation in Taman Medan.

Sources said a Serdang police patrol unit had tracked down the teenager who was driving a Toyota Alphard that was reportedly stolen from Taman Puchong on Friday.
“Authorities had earlier arrested an accomplice connected to the robbery and was provided information of the suspect’s whereabouts,” the source said.

Police said that at about 4.20am Monday, the suspect had allegedly tried to break into a house in Taman Medan but was scared away when the owner came down to check after hearing noises downstairs.

“The suspect fled in the Toyota Alphard and was later cornered in front of a car repair shop along Jalan PJS 3/7 by Serdang patrol officers.

“The suspect had allegedly tried to attack the officers who returned fire, shooting him in the stomach at about 4.40am,” the source said.

Police shoot dead suspected car thief


Police arrested homemade bomb robbers
Police arrested homemade bomb robbers


Saturday August 2, 2014 MYT 7:50:32 AM

Police nab ATM bombers

SHAH ALAM: Police arrested a gang of robbers who tried to blow up an ATM at a bank in Bukit Beruntung using a homemade bomb.

Four men, in their 30s, were nabbed in two different locations – Tanjung Karang, Kuala Selangor and Puchong – between 4.30am and 12.30pm yesterday.

Selangor deputy police chief Deputy Comm Datuk Abdul Rahim Jaafar said this was the first time the group used such a method to break into an ATM.

“The leader of the gang, who had been involved in several ATM robberies in the past year, generally would use a crowbar,” he said.

Police nab ATM bombers


Thursday, 31 July 2014


A source only known as Wan, 25, said that the tactic of employing GROs began in Sabah and spread to the outlets in Klang Valley about three months ago.

He has 10 GROs from Vietnam and Thailand and that has attracted business. He made a profit of RM500,00 in six months.

Offering free sex sessions to big-time gamblers is now a norm within the industry.

Star, Free sex perk for high rollers
(Free sex perk for high rollers)


ROBBERY AT PUBLIC BANK, BUKIT BERUNTUNG, SERENDAH! They got no money but destroyed the bank!

They were after the money in the ATMs but now the police are after them and the police know who they are because one of them DROPPED HIS MOBILE PHONE!


ATM bombers identified

RAWANG: Police believe they have identified the two robbers who fled empty handed after a failed attempt to blow up an automated teller machine (ATM) at a bank in Bukit Beruntung on Tuesday.

Selangor police deputy CID chief ACP Roslan Radzi said police are hot on the trail of both men, who are in their 20s and 30s.

Roslan said investigations carried out by a police forensics team showed that the homemade bomb that damaged the Public Bank branch in Jalan Melati 2B was made from powerful ball-shaped firecrackers, which is banned and commonly known as “mercun bola”.

From footage of a close-circuit security camera installed at the bank and witness accounts, police said the burglars appear to have underestimated capacity of the bomb and were stunned by the explosion and resulting damage.

“The blast even blew away their motorcycle that was parked outside the bank. They appeared so terrified that in their haste to escape, they dropped a second homemade explosive and a mobile phone at the scene. We believe it was their first attempt in pulling off such a crime,” a source told theSun.

It is learned that the mobile phone gave police a break in the case.

ATM bombers identified

NST photo


Tuesday July 29, 2014 MYT 4:14:10 PM

Bank in Bukit Beruntung rocked by homemade bomb

Personnel from the police bomb disposal squad examining the undetonated device.

Personnel from the police bomb disposal squad examining the undetonated device.

HULU SELANGOR: The peace in the quiet town of Bukit Beruntung was shattered when a homemade bomb exploded in the service area of a bank in Melati Industrial Park here early Tuesday.

Another bomb outside the bank did not detonate and a bomb disposal squad from the Selangor police headquarters managed to deactivate it by noon.

The bank’s assistant manager, known only as Hue, said the explosion triggered the security alarm and the bank’s headquarters were alerted of the incident at approximately 5am.

“I received a call from the headquarters and immediately lodged a police report.

“This is the first time such an incident happened since the bank started operations in 1997,” he added.

Hue explained that three automated teller machines, two cash deposit machines, two cash recycling machines and one check deposit machine were damaged by the blast.

He added that bank personnel had not replenished money in the machines since Friday.


HULU SELANGOR: A bank in Bukit Beruntung was destroyed after a group of burglars attempted to break in by using an explosive device at 5am today.

Selangor crime investigation department (Intelligence/Operations) deputy chief Assistant Commissioner Roslan Radzi said suspects were using homemade explosives.

“Initial investigation revealed that two bombs were mounted at counter withdrawal, which one bombs exploded, while the other was not,” he told reporters when met at the scene.

However, Roslan said it is believed that the robbers fled the scene empty handed

Public bank been bombed,but the money all safe,gotta get rid of all the thieves in this country

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Before the explosion.

Public Bank Berhad Bukit Beruntung



China News: a group of criminals suspects early this morning with a powerful homemade explosive blew up Selangor Bukit Sentosa’s public bank, burglary to the machine. (Translated by Bing)




A check by StarMetro on Thursday found three parking lot operators had imposed a flat rate of between RM10 and RM15 per entry. One parking lot operator used to charge RM3 per hour (with a maximum cap of RM9) while two others charged either RM5 or RM6, depending on the time of entry. All three parking lots looked almost full.


Saturday July 26, 2014 MYT 7:29:36 AM

Parking lot operators in KL increase their rates

THE parking fees for the private parking lots along Jalan Dang Wangi in Kuala Lumpur have doubled.

The parking spaces are close to shopping centres such as Sogo and Campbell Complex, as well as Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman and Jalan Masjid India, areas which are well-known for good deals on clothing, home decorations and food items for Hari Raya.

A motorist who only wanted to be known as Tom, said three of the four open-air parking lot operators had increased their rates for the festive season.

Kuala Lumpur mayor Datuk Seri Ahmad Phesal Talib said they were aware of such practices and the need to monitor the exorbitant rates.

“There was a committee of private operators to review the proposed rates that had been announced by the then Federal Territories And Urban Wellbeing Minister Datuk Raja Nong Chik Raja Zainal Abidin,” he said.

He added that under the city centre zone, parking rates for the first hour by operators who charge per hour is RM3 to RM6 (building category), RM3 to RM5 (open areas), RM4 to RM8 (hotels) and RM3 to RM6 (other areas).

The mayor added, “I need to check on this because until today, there has been no counter proposal from the committee.





Thursday July 24, 2014 MYT 12:40:34 AM

Grandma robbed, stabbed to death, with granddaughter in next room

KUALA LUMPUR: A 71-year-old grandmother was believed to have been robbed then brutally stabbed to death in her Sentul home, while her young granddaughter was in the next room.

Her neighbour said that at around 7pm Wednesday, she heard a commotion and screams by Swa Kim Chia, who lived on the first floor of a shophouse along Jalan Union.

The neighbour, who declined to be named, said she raced down only to bump into a man wearing a blood-soaked T-shirt.

“He said that she (Swa) was robbed and killed by three Indian men and he then ran off. I asked her grandaughter where she was and she pointed to the bathroom,” the woman said, adding that she found the retired tailor in a pool of blood with stab wounds there.

She said she grabbed the five-year-old child and ran back to her home where she called the police

Police later arrested the suspect wearing the blood-soaked T-shirt.



Wednesday July 23, 2014 MYT 9:15:39 PM

Firefighters battle blaze around Bukit Gasing jungle

An aerial shot of the fire at Bukit Gasing.

An aerial shot of the fire at Bukit Gasing.

KUALA LUMPUR: Firefighters battled blazes in and around the Bukit Gasing jungle in a tiring five-hour operation.

City Fire and Rescue Department deputy director Azizan Ismail said the fire, believed to have been caused by dry weather, engulfed about a 3000sqm area of jungle near the Lembah Pantai Community Centre, Jalan Pantai Permai and Taman Bukit Angkasa.

Around 14 Fire and Rescue Department personnel and four firetrucks were dispatched at 10.19am Wednesday.

A firefighter checking the burnt site 

“The fire began at the foot of the hill and slowly razed everything uphill. Officers were forced to use ropes to haul the hoses and other equipment up to put out the fires.

“With their bravery and dedication, we successfully put out the fires at 3.30pm. An aerial check on the area confirmed that the fire had been extinguished,” he said.




KUALA LUMPUR: Police seized 184 gaming machines and arrested 20 people involved in illegal gambling here last night.

The success came after a team of officers from the Bukit Aman Anti-Vice, Gambling and Secret Societies Division (D7) and Special Task Force on Organised Crime (Stafoc) raided six premises in the Kompleks Kotaraya here at 9.30pm.

Bukit Aman D7 chief DSP Tan Tin Heng said they conducted surveillance on the illegal businesses for four days before conducting the raid.

“In this operation, we seized 153 computers and 31 game simulators which had been modified for gambling purposes, and RM2, 203 in cash.

“The officers also arrested 10 caretakers and 10 gamblers, including two women, aged between 20 and 40,” he said.




: One Utama on fire! ” lol macam mana boleh terbakar

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Friday July 11, 2014 MYT 11:53:52 AM

Fire in 1 Utama food court causes morning crawl along LDP

Picture courtesy of Twitter user Joelle Choong - @jooeeeyyyy

Picture courtesy of Twitter user Joelle Choong – @jooeeeyyyy

PETALING JAYA: A fire broke out in 1 Utama Friday morning, causing a traffic crawl along the nearby Damansara-Puchong Expressway (LDP) as curious motorists slowed down to watch the large plume of smoke rising from the shopping centre.

A 1 Utama spokesman, when contacted, confirmed that there was a small fire at the Food Republic food court in the new wing of the shopping mall.

“We can confirm there was a small fire originating from the kitchen of one of the stalls at Food Republic. The fire did not spread and was extinguished soon after.”



FANCY a bath with a bikini-clad woman behind closed doors?

When authorities raided a reflexology centre in Sri Petaling, Kuala Lumpur, they caught Chinese and Vietnamese women bathing their male customers.

Read it again: not bathing with but bathing their male customers!

It seems that for RM100-150, you can have a woman in a bikini bathe you!



Saturday July 5, 2014 MYT 1:04:30 PM

Cabbie nabbed for slashing another cabbie to death

KUALA LUMPUR: Swift response by the public and police led to the immediate capture of a 39-year-old welder-cum taxi driver who allegedly slashed another cabbie to death near Jalan Pudu Ulu Cheras here.

Cheras OCPD Asst Comm Mohan Singh said police rushed to the scene after the public alerted them of the incident at about 6.10am on Saturday.

“We found the 63-year-old cabbie lying in a pool of blood by the roadside; not far from where the suspect was first detained.

“Initial investigations revealed that the welder was a passenger in the victim’s taxi. “We believe that a scuffle had ensued between the two men following disagreement over the fare,” he said when contacted.

ACP Mohan said police were not ruling out the possibility that the welder had attempted to rob the cabbie as he was driving.


Nurul Izzar Anwar, “The issue of beggars and homeless people is closely related to extreme poverty, and at the moment the government’s efforts to curb this problem are extremely disappointing.”

She pointed out that not one of all the policies promoted by the Women, Family and Community Development Ministry had addressed the issue of beggars and homeless people.





11:51AM Jul 3, 2014

Ku Nan adamant, beggars and donors to be summoned

Despite wide criticism, the government will go ahead in ridding Kuala Lumpur of beggars, says Federal Territories Minister Tengku Adnan Tengku Mansor.

Tengku Adnan said Kuala Lumpur City Hall will adopt the standard procedure of fining the road beggars.

“There is a provision in law and we will announce the standard operating procedure in one of two weeks before issuing summonses.

“Every time the people give donations, we will issue a summons to the person and also the beggars. Since the person making the donation has a lot of money, they will be required to pay immediately,” he said at a press conference at the City Hall.
In a related development, Lembah Pantai MP Nurul Izzah Anwar (left) has urged Tengku Adnan to retract his suggestion to punish beggars and donors.

She said the minister’s proposal is a “drastic move that should be criticised”.


5:00PM Jul 2, 2014

‘Un-Islamic to criminalise begging, giving alms’

There was little sympathy for Federal Territories Minister Tengku Adnan Mansor today, following his announcement that begging and giving alms will be made a crime.

In fact, Federal Territories PAS Youth Nurul Islam deputy chief Mohamed Yusoff said such a move is “un-Islamic” as Islam encourages the giving of alms.

He said that the growth of begging in Kuala Lumpur is actually due to the government’s failure to address urban poverty as well as rein in begging syndicates.

He said that instead of criminalising begging and the giving of alms, the ministry should look into providing homeless shelters and welfare to the beggars.

“They should be provided with training and education so they can escape poverty. DBKL and the ministry should not just wait for the homeless to apply for welfare but should go out and find them and assist them.

“Only when the quality of life of its residents is lifted can Kuala Lumpur be free of beggars,” he said in a statement.

Tengku Adnan announced that the law will be amended to allow authorities to arrest beggar and those giving alms, and regulate soup kitchens to only operate in certain areas for the sake of cleanliness.

He also said that most beggars in the city are foreigners.

“We will take the approach where those who give are fined while the recipient is nabbed, since most of the beggars are foreigners.

“Besides that, NGOs who provide free food to the homeless can only operate in specified areas so as to not dirty the place,” he was quoted by Bernama as saying.

Meanwhile, Dapur Jalanan Kuala Lumpur, which runs a soup kitchen at the heart of the nation’s capital said that such a move is “naive”, “heartless” and “does not make sense”.

In fact, it said, the move to amend the Destitute Person Act 1977 to make it a crime to beg and give alms is an “abuse” of the law.

“The minister’s statement makes it as if the issue of urban poverty is the individual’s problem the government is out to save them.

“This is completely inaccurate as the DPA which purportedly saves and rehabilitates the poor is abused by the authorities like the Welfare Department and Kuala Lumpur City Hall…to arrest and detain the urban poor.

“The ironic truth is that the government is saving the urban poor by hiding the issue through more frequently conducting arrest operations.”

2 JULY 2014


Beggars and those who help them face a fine, says minister – Bernama

The Federal Territories Ministry will impose fines and other penalties on the givers of alms and beggars in several focal areas to reduce the begging culture that tarnishes the image of the federal capital.

Its minister Datuk Seri Tengku Adnan Tengku Mansor (pic) said, however, the amount of the fine to be imposed on the givers was to be determined later.

“We will introduce a rule where we might issue a summons to those giving alms and haul up the beggars as most of them are foreigners. So we are going to tighten this legislation,” he told reporters after launching the Nur Ramadan programme in Putrajaya tonight.

Tengku Adnan said the decision was taken after a meeting with Kuala Lumpur City Hall and other relevant agencies recently where hygiene issues and concerns for homeless people were among the matters discussed.

“NGOs providing free food to the homeless must also fix a location to do so and not distribute the food all over the place,” he said.



34 WANITA WARGA ASING DISELAMATKANKlang – Seorang remaja berusia 17 tahun antara 34 warga asing yang dipercayai bekerja sebagai pelayan pelanggan (GRO) di sebuah pub di sini, diselamatkan polis.Menurut sumber, wanita berusia dalam lingkungan 17 hingga 37 tahun itu berasal dari Thailand dan Vietnam, dipercayai dipaksa melayan pelanggan di pub itu.Turut ditahan dalam operasi berkenaan, sembilan individu termasuk pekerja pub dipercayai warga Bangladesh termasuk pengurus dan ibu ayam.”Kesemua yang ditahan berusia dalam lingkungan 20-an hingga 40an” katanya.Katanya, siasatan awal mendapati premis itu tidak mempunyai lesen.
Polis turuf merampas wang tunai berjumlah RM1,440, beberapa keping resit serta kad perakam waktu untuk bantu siasatan.”GRO itu dipercayai dibayar RM200 hingga RM250 oleh pelanggan sebelum dibawa keluar untuk tujuan seks,” katanya.Kes itu disiasat mengikut Akta Imigresen dan Akta Anti Pemerdagangan Orang dan Anti Penyeludupan Migran2007 – ATIP (Pindaan) 2010.Sumber: Sinar Harian



Sunday June 29, 2014 MYT 3:44:28 PM

Seventy-five foreigners nabbed in raid on Damansara Utama club

PETALING JAYA: Seventy-five foreigners, including 57 female workers aged between 20 and 40, were arrested during an anti-vice raid at a club in Damansara Utama.

“The club manager, a local man in his 30s, was apprehended along with the DJ and bouncer.

“We also arrested the security guard who initially stopped us from entering the premises. We believe that he may be part of Gang 21 based on a tattoo on his arm,” he added.



Wednesday June 25, 2014 MYT 7:28:01 AM

Duo in car hurt after man on motorcycle opens fire

PETALING JAYA: Two business partners were injured when a man on a motorcycle shot them while they were in a parked car in Rawang.

Gombak OCPD Asst Comm Ali Ahmad said the victims, a 48-year-old man from Sungai Gadut, Negri Sembilan, and a 41-year-old woman from Klang, were in the car along Jalan Bandar Rawang II, when two men on a motorcycle approached their vehicle at about 1am yesterday.

“According to the victims, they were discussing business when the men, both wearing a baseball cap, came alongside their car,” he said.

ACP Ali said when the window on the driver’s side suddenly shattered and the businessman thought they were facing a robbery attempt.

He immediately started his car and sped to a police station about 500m away,” said ACP Ali, adding that the man initially thought that a hammer was used to break his car window.

“Investigation, however, revealed that two shots were fired at the window by one of the men on the motorcycle,” he said.

“The businessman’s left arm was grazed while the same bullet pierced the woman’s abdomen,” he said.

Police found two empty slugs and one 9mm Luger live bullet at the scene of crime.


Be extra careful when you go to a convenience store!




Wednesday June 25, 2014 MYT 5:24:21 PM

Cops nab four teens attempting to rob convenient store

The weapons used in the robbery.

The weapons used in the robbery.

KUALA LUMPUR: Four teenagers were nabbed by the police after attempting to hold up a 24-hour convenience store.

The boys, aged between 17 and 19, entered the store at Tun Hussein Onn in Cheras armed with three machetes at around 3.30am on Wednesday.

Kajang OCPD Asst Comm Ab Rashid Ab Wahab said they brandished their weapons at the two employees who were on duty at the time.

One of the workers ran into the storeroom and quickly contacted the police.

“Fortunately there were policemen patrolling the area.

“They rushed to the convenience store and managed to apprehend all four teenagers,” he added.



Sunday June 22, 2014 MYT 1:41:13 PM

Man beaten to death in Bandar Utama

KUALA LUMPUR: A man was beaten to death at First Avenue, Bandar Utama, here, on Sunday.

Petaling Jaya police chief ACP Azmi Abu Kassim said in the 2am incident, Tan Bon Hock, 46, together with his three friends were involved in an argument with three suspects near the toilet at an entertainment centre.

“According to the victim’s friends who witnessed the incident, one of the suspects called the victim and started to beat, kick and punch him,” ACP Azmi said.


China News: Chinese middle-aged and 3 friends this morning at the Selangor town a nightclub entertainment, soul city, and in the toilet because of misunderstanding and 3 Wu man argument, was killed by the people with his bare hands. (Translated by Bing)



the Sun daily

Handicapped man robbed by food delivery boy

KUALA LUMPUR: A handicapped man claimed today that he was robbed by a fast-food delivery man who went to his house in Bandar Tasik Selatan, on Tuesday.

Mohd Fadzli Fadhillah, 37, who suffers from the amyotrophy lateral sclerosis and is wheelchair-bound, said he was robbed by the man at about 11am when he was alone in his flat here.

“I recognise the man…he was wearing the uniform of a fast-food chain, he had been to my house to deliver food I ordered before.

“Three days after that, on the day of the incident, the man came again to my house, to deliver food I had supposedly ordered, but I had not ordered anything,” he told Bernama here.

Fadzli, who is an ex-Bernama journalist, said the man rushed into his home and took the RM100 he had placed on a table.

He believed the man could have planned to rob him after observing the house and his condition during the first visit when he sent the food order.

Mohd Fadzli Fadhillah



Tuesday June 17, 2014 MYT 7:07:57 AM

Teen killed over din from bike

SHAH ALAM: A man allegedly beat a teenager to death – because of the noise from the 14-year-old’s motorcycle.

Form Two student Ibnu Asyraf Mazlan was testing his motorcycle with two friends in Bestari Jaya, Kuala Selangor, on Sunday night.

The man, 30, confronted the student and allegedly hit him on the right thigh with what is believed to be a steel rod.

Selangor CID chief Senior Asst Comm Datuk Mohd Adnan Abdullah said the boy died later from loss of blood.



Monday June 16, 2014 MYT 5:03:47 PM

Man in underwear back-flips off pedestrian bridge at Bandaraya LRT

A security guard checking on the condition of the man who back-flipped off the pedestrian bridge.

A security guard checking on the condition of the man who back-flipped off the pedestrian bridge.

KUALA LUMPUR: A man in his thirties caused a commotion at Bandaraya LRT Monday morning, when he back-flipped off a pedestrian bridge dressed only in his underwear.

The man was seen stripping down to his underwear and then back-flipped off the pedestrian bridge at the LRT station at 9.57am.

Ibrahim said that the man was still conscious after he fell but suffered injuries.

“His back was crooked and it looked like he broke a bunch of bones.

The underwear clad man apparently started to pray immediately after the fall then started to crawl a distance of 100 meters toward CIMB headquarters.

“He then started to talk about his grandmother and grandfather,” said Ibrahim.

“He must have been either schizophrenic or high on drugs because he said that he was hearing voices in his head.

“I told him to stay put because he was really hurt, but he didn’t really listen to me,” he said.



If your car is missing, it may have been towed away.

the Sun daily

Joint ops on errant motorists

DBKL enforcement officers preparing to tow away a vehicle that had been parked haphazardly along Lebuh Pasar Besar today. SUNPIX by ASYRAF RASID
DBKL enforcement officers preparing to tow away a vehicle that had been parked haphazardly along Lebuh Pasar Besar today. SUNPIX by ASYRAF RASID

KUALA LUMPUR: Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) issued 1,694 summonses and compounds to errant motorists this year for causing traffic congestion under “Operasi Halang”, conducted jointly with the police and other government departments and agencies.

DBKL enforcement officer Mohd Hisham Izhar said the operation is aimed at educating people on the need to abide by the law and not obstruct traffic flow.

He said their main focus is on public transport and commercial vehicles who park along roadsides and non-designated parking areas.

“We receive lots of complaints from the public on these errant motorists who park illegally, causing inconvenience to other road users,” he said.

In the 13th such operation held today, the authorities issued 81 summonses and compounds, besides towing away two cars.

Hisham said DBKL alone had issued 399,367 summonses and compounds for various traffic offences as of May, besides towing 3,209 vehicles for traffic obstruction.



Thursday June 12, 2014 MYT 8:35:48 PM

GROs used as lures by illegal gambling joints

Filepix shows a group of women suspected to be GROs who were caught at niteclub in a police raid

Filepix shows a group of women suspected to be GROs who were caught at niteclub in a police raid

KUALA LUMPUR: Illegal gambling joints are using Guest Relation Officers to lure more customers.

Detected in premises in the Klang Valley, the cops discovered that the girls would “sit” with the gamblers throughout their gambling session, provided the girls were given tips or even ladies’ drinks.

Federal Secret Societies, Gambling and Vice Division (D7) principal assistant director Senior Asst Comm Roslee Chik said some girls would even keep the gamblers’ company for up to 12 hours for the right price.

“Just like GROs, the women were paid in tips or ladies drinks…each drink would cost up to RM30 or RM40.

“The number of drinks bought depends on the agreement between the girls and the customers,” he told a press conference in Bukit Aman yesterday.




Pakistani found dead in Serdang

12 June 2014 @ 8:33 AM

By Kalbana Perimbanayagam

SERDANG: A Pakistani businessman was found dead in his rented apartment at Pangsapuri Bayu in Seri Kembangan, here last night.

The 9pm discovery was made by the victim’s girlfriend who came to the house after he failed to answer her calls, since yesterday evening.

Serdang district police chief ACP Rozimi Ahmad said initial Investigation showed that the victim was strangled to death by someone he knew.

“There were no force entry into the house and his shirt was raised to cover the victim’s face, probably during the attack,” he told reporter when met at the scene.

He said initial investigations also revealed that some neighbours heard a scream from the victim’s house at about 5.30pm.





At the moment, four centres have been set up: in Sungai Buloh, Jerantut, Mersing and Kota Kinabalu.

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‘War’ declared on the homeless

June 11, 2014

Starting next month, the government will sweep KL streets clean of all such people.

PETALING JAYA: The government has declared “war” on the homeless found on the streets of Kuala Lumpur. Starting early next month, enforcement agencies will “sweep” the streets clean of all such people.

Women, Family and Community Development Minister Rohani Abdul Karim said her ministry would be working closely with enforcement agencies to carry out the “sweeping” operation in early July.

“The agencies working together with us include Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) and the police.

“This will be a continued effort from our last exercise of taking people off the streets. This is for the protection of these people and not to just plainly ‘chase’ them away.”

The homeless will be taken to national rehabilitation centres under the Welfare Department for assessment and rehabilitation. They will stay for a minimum of one month before they are returned to their homes or sent to relevant institutions.


He came from India. She came from Indonesian. She killed him in Malaysia.

Wednesday June 11, 2014 MYT 10:16:05 AM

Indian national stabbed to death by Indonesian girlfriend

The suspect being led away by police at Petaling Jaya

The suspect being led away by police at Petaling Jaya

PETALING JAYA: A 40-year-old man, believed to be an Indian national, was allegedly stabbed to death by his girlfriend at the third floor of a shophouse in Jalan PJS 1/46, Petaling Utama here, Wednesday.

Police were informed of the incident, believed to have occurred at about 5am, by an operator of a nearby restaurant.

A spokesman for the police said the man was found naked with a stab wound on his chest.

“He had just taken a bath when he was stabbed.

“The girlfriend is believed to be an Indonesian. She was apprehended at the scene while busy packing her belongings before trying to escape,” he said.




Man arrested for murdering sister-in-law in sour love affair, attempts suicide

The suspect sought in the murder of 22-year-old Sivashangari Arumugam at a hotel room in Kelana Jaya has been arrested.

District police chief Supt Fadil Mahsus confirmed the 26-year-old’s arrest at Teluk Intan hospital, late night just now.

The suspect who fled Kelana Jaya after allegedly strangling his sister-in-law in a love triangle had also tried to take his own life by consuming poison.

“He however failed to do so and is admitted at the hospital, where he was earlier arrested,” he said.


Forbidden love leads to woman’s murder, body found in hotel room by sister

By Kalbana Perimbanayagam – 10 June 2014 @ 11:31 PM

The victim, Sivasangkari Arumugam, 22, was found at 4pm in the hotel room naked in bed with strangulation marks on her neck.

Meanwhile, a relative met at the scene, who declined to be named, claimed that Sivasangkari and the suspect were warned by the family not to continue their illicit relationship.

He claimed that the suspect had also been harassing the victim on and off, which led the victim to change jobs over the last few months to avoid the suspect.

“We never expected it to end this way. Despite the warnings, I guess they must have kept in touch,” he said.


Tuesday June 10, 2014 MYT 10:16:57 PM

Man’s sex romp with wife’s sister ends in her gory death

PETALING JAYA: A man’s love affair with his wife’s younger sister turned deadly when her body was found naked and bruised in a budget hotel room.

Sources said that the body of the dead girl who works as a cashier at a spa, was discovered by her sister and hotel staff around 5pm on Tuesday after her husband called her and allegedly confessed to killing her.

The man, 27, who works at a pub in Kuala Lumpur, allegedly also told his wife that he has decided to commit suicide.

Police are now looking for him.

It is learnt that the man and the girl had checked into the budget hotel at Kelana Jaya around 4pm on Monday and the man left the hotel alone yesterday morning before calling his wife.

Petaling Jaya deputy OCPD Supt Fadil Marsus said the girl had bruises on her neck and the causes of death may have been strangulation.



Sunday June 8, 2014 MYT 6:31:57 PM

Robbers’ hunger pangs lead to arrest

PETALING JAYA: Five robbers thought they had the money in the bag, when they ganged up on a private contractor Sunday morning with sticks, parang and a samurai sword and drove off with the victim’s bag containing RM10,000.

However, the five were apprehended when they stopped at a 24-hour fast-food restaurant; not realising that their victim had tailed them and alerted the police of their whereabouts.

“One man grabbed the victim’s sling bag and ordered him to hand it over. Fearing for his life, the victim let it go and the suspects fled in a white Proton Preve and a red Perodua Kelisa.

“However, as they were driving off, the victim decided to tail the suspects until they stopped at a fast food chain in Taman Melati. He called police who later arrested the men,” ACP Kamarul Zaman said.




KL cabbies block road

KUALA LUMPUR: TRAFFIC at the busy Jalan Bukit Bintang shopping  area  here  yesterday came to a standstill for almost three hours yesterday after some 250 cabbies went on a protest.

The unprecedented action by the cabbies took place after enforcement officers from the Road Transport Department (RTD) and Land Public Transport Commission (SPAD) began enforcing regulations relating to taxi operations in the area.

Taxi drivers left their vehicles parked in three rows, which resulted in a 100m stretch of road closed to traffic.

RTD enforcement director Jaafar Mohamed confirmed the protest had taken place.

The protest was resolved after members from the association and RTD enforcement officers discussed the matter at the Dang Wangi police station. Additional reporting by Atiqa Hazellah



Hunt for missing person uncovers ring of rape and sexploitation

SHAH ALAM, June 5  — What began as a missing person’s report led police to a bizarre discovery yesterday.

In addition to finding the remains of a six-month old baby, the police stumbled upon a syndicate believed to have carried out an array of crimes, including rape, illegal confinement, human trafficking and sexual exploitation.

Initial investigations revealed that the syndicate, masterminded by a ruthless foreign labour agent, had smuggled in and held captive 29 Indonesian women.

The women were forced to work as part-time cleaners at various homes in the Klang Valley, and were also sexually exploited by customers.


One of the houses where several smuggled Indonesian women were held captive.

Shah Alam district deputy police chief Supt Ruslan Abdullah said one of the women, aged 33, was sent to work for a friend of the alleged mastermind for six months, during which time she claimed to have been raped repeatedly by the friend.

“She got pregnant and gave birth to the baby at a clinic in Taman Bayu Perdana, Klang on November 21, 2013. The suspect took the baby away from the mother,” said Ruslan.

The mother was later informed by another woman held captive, that the baby was abused. Days later, another woman who worked at the suspect’s house did not see the baby.

Upon the loss of her child, the woman sneaked out from the house to lodge a police report at Section 15 police station on May 31. She claimed the suspect held her and 28 other Indonesian women in three houses, two in Kota Kemuning and the others in USJ2 Subang Jaya.

Following the report, police on Tuesday arrested the man who raped the baby’s mother and the suspect’s wife. The duo were remanded until June 10.

Police also rescued six Indonesian women and were tracing the whereabouts of the rest.

The suspect turned himself in yesterday morning at the Shah Alam police headquarters. He then led police to the location where he dumped the baby.

“We found the baby’s remains which were in a high state of decay,” Ruslan said.

Thursday June 5, 2014 MYT 6:52:43 AM

Syndicate holds maids as sex slaves

Gruesome task: Police officers looking for the body of the infant in Genting Highlands. The body was found and taken to hospital for a post-mortem.

Gruesome task: Police officers looking for the body of the infant in Genting Highlands. The body was found and taken to hospital for a post-mortem.

GENTING HIGHLANDS: The arrest of a foreign maid agent for dumping the body of a baby has led to the discovery of a syndicate that has been holding foreign maids who were forced to work without any pay and were also sexually abused.

The man, in his 40s, has allegedly been sexually abusing at least 29 maids working for him and also withholding their salaries.

All did not have work permits.

He allegedly hires out the women to employers on a part-time basis as maids and cleaners and some of these employers are also said to have sexually abused them.

Selangor police chief Senior Deputy Comm Datuk Abdul Samah Mat said police were initially alerted about the case on May 31 after a 33-year-old Indonesian woman, who claimed to be working for the agent for two years, lodged a police report that her six-month-old baby had died and could not be found.

“She also alleged that the baby was conceived after she was raped by one of her employers last year.

The baby was born on Nov 21 last year.

“When the employer found out she was pregnant, he sent her back to the agent and she was forced to work for several other employers during her pregnancy,” he said yesterday.

Police raided three houses in Kota Kemuning on Monday and detained 12 Indonesian women.

He said the 12 women and the complainant, in their 20s and 30s, had all overstayed and did not have work permits.

“The women claimed that they were not paid and subjected to sexual abuse by the agent and the other employers that they had been hired out to,” he said.

SDCP Abdul Samah said police raided another house in Kota Kemuning on Tuesday and arrested the agent’s wife to help with investigations.

“The suspect subsequently turned himself in at the Shah Alam police headquarters on Tuesday night,” he said.

SDCP Abdul Samah said the complainant gave birth to the baby boy on Nov 21 last year and her colleagues took care of the baby while she was hired out to work.

“On May 31, when she came back to the house where she was allegedly forced to live with the other foreign women, one of them told her that her baby had died and was taken by the agent.

“She tried contacting the agent but he could not be reached.

“She then lodged a police report,” he said.

“On Wednesday morning (yesterday), the suspect led a team of police to Genting Highlands where he confessed to dumping the baby’s body,” he said, adding that they managed to locate the decomposed body of the infant there.


(Kuala Lumpur, 4th) renlixiangjian, Indonesia maid employer raped pregnant by Wolf, birth of a child suspected of illegal proxy abuse died miserably, dumped in the wilderness!
For more detailed coverage, please refer to Chinese Pao tonight/tomorrow! (Translated by Bing)



Thursday June 5, 2014 MYT 6:52:36 AM

Women kept in posh neighbourhood

Documented: A police forensic unit personnel taking pictures of the ravine where the baby’s body was found.

Documented: A police forensic unit personnel taking pictures of the ravine where the baby’s body was found.

SHAH ALAM: The foreign maids who were rescued from the clutches of a syndicate that used them as sex slaves were kept in a posh neighbourhood to avoid detection.

It is learnt that the foreign maids were placed in a gated and guarded residential area in Kota Kemuning, roughly 30km from Petaling Jaya.

A check by The Star revealed that the housing area was filled with bungalows and tightly guarded by mostly Nepali guards.

A security guard at the entrance leading into the area said visitors could only enter with permission from the residents.





Wednesday June 4, 2014 MYT 5:51:34 PM

Flash floods in UIA Gombak after heavy afternoon downpour

A photo tweeted by Ahmad Farid (@faridbahrudin) showing flash floods at the UIA campus.

A photo tweeted by Ahmad Farid (@faridbahrudin) showing flash floods at the UIA campus.

PETALING JAYA: A heavy downpour caused a massive flash flood at the Universiti Islam Antarabangsa (UIA) Gombak campus Wednesday afternoon.

Images of campus grounds and cars half-submerged in flood waters were shared by the University’s students on Twitter, with many lamenting the poor drainage system in the area.

Twitter user @AfqhMstfa tweeted, “the drainage system at UIA is unsatisfactory. Please fix it.”

“The main gate can wait. Please fix the drainage system in UIA first. The flood is really bad,” @faruqmcgrath said, tagging UIA president Tan Sri Dr Rais Yatim in his tweet.

A tweeted picture of Muhammad Hasif’s (@hasif181) dorm room in UIA.

The students’ dormitories and university library were also reportedly affected, with @khaliqWM tweeting, “UIA is badly flooded. Water has entered rooms on the first floor already. What a pity… still exam period.

“Thank god the literature books at the UIA library are on the 4th floor. If it’s flooded, they won’t get wet. But the religious books are on the 1st floor. Save the books!” tweeted @DewiArmand.

UIA student Hidayah Kazman, who goes by the tweet handle @hidayatulkhoir, urged her fellow students to keep calm and continue studying for their exams.

“#UIABanjir #PrayForUIA Keep calm and continue study #lastpaper #final,” she tweeted.

NST photo

Flash flood in Gombak




Explosion at petrol station in Sentul

By Atiqa Hazellah |
Sentul deputy police chief Superintendent Othman Abu Bakar said based on closed-circuit television camera (CCTV) recordings, a man wearing a visor had entered the man’s toilet at 3.55pm today.
“The suspect had gone to the toilet for about five minutes carrying a backpack.
“In less than a minute after he left the toilet, the bomb exploded and caused loud explosions,” he said when met at the scene.
Othman said the explosion shattered the windows, ceiling and the toilet tank.


Sunday May 25, 2014 MYT 10:19:43 PM

Police looking for man who allegedly detonated explosive in petrol station toilet

KUALA LUMPUR: Police are looking for a man who allegedly placed a homemade explosive in a toilet of a petrol station and detonated it.

City CID chief Senior Asst Comm Gan Kong Meng said the incident occured at a petrol station along Jalan Jambu Jertih, Mile 6, Jalan Kepong at around 4.45pm Sunday.

He said initial investigations revealed that the explosion was caused by home made fireworks.

“Our personnel have found fragments of a can drink wrapped together with stones in adhesive tape.



Sunday May 25, 2014 MYT 7:14:07 AM

Woman filmed in public toilet

PETALING JAYA: A 28-year-old woman got a rude shock when she realised a man was using his handphone to film her in a toilet cubicle at a shopping mall here.

The woman, known only as Tan, was at the mall last week with her boyfriend Cheah when she decided to go to the toilet.

She saw a bald man in his 30s walking past outside the loo. Thinking he was just going to the men’s toilet nearby, Tan then entered a cubicle in the women’s toilet.

“A few seconds later, I looked down and saw someone filming me from underneath the cubicle door using a smartphone with a bright red cover,” she said.

Startled, Tan quickly stood up but the man ran away.

“My boyfriend identified him as the same bald man that I saw,” she said, adding that they requested help from the mall’s security guard but no action was taken.

NST photo: Police are looking for this man, ‘Thundercat’


Sunday May 25, 2014 MYT 8:35:33 AM

Cops on the hunt for ‘Thundercat’ after temple murder

SUNGAI BULOH: An unemployed man is believed to have shot to death a 25-year-old man after an argument at a temple near here on Saturday.

The suspect allegedly also wounded a 24-year-old man in the incident at the Sri Vinaygar Temple at Kg Ladang Baru Sg Pelong, Jln Lobak, Kuang.

Sungai Buloh OCPD Supt Junaidi Bujang said they first received information of the shooting at around 7.45pm on Saturday.

“The 25-year-old deceased who did not have a record was shot in the head and waist.

“The other victim had a prior record for armed robbery and house break-ins,” he said, adding that victim suffered two shots to the stomach.

He said the incident occurred during a prayer session attended by more than 30 people, mostly women.



Thursday May 22, 2014 MYT 12:08:09 PM

Suspect shot in leg after high speed chase with cops at Sungai Buloh

Police carrying out follow-up investigations at the crime scene in Bandar Baru Sungai Buloh on Wednesday night

Police carrying out follow-up investigations at the crime scene in Bandar Baru Sungai Buloh on Wednesday night

PETALING JAYA: A 27-year-old man with a previous record of intentionally causing hurt with a dangerous weapon was shot on his left leg after allegedly attempting to attack a police patrolman.

Sungai Buloh OCPD Supt Junaidi Bujang said the wounded man was part of a five-men group who were spotted in Bandar Baru Sungai Buloh in a  silver Toyota Vios and two motorcycles at around 8pm on Wednesday.

“The mobile patrol unit trailed after the vehicles and followed them all the way to a residential area nearby.

“They managed to apprehend the motorcyclists some 10 minutes later. The policemen tried stopping the suspect’s car at the junction but the driver sped off, prompting them to give chase,” he added.

Supt Junaidi explained that police managed to corner the suspect some 15 minutes later, of which the suspect rammed a nearby parked Proton Iswara before attempting to hit one of the police personnel.

“The policeman had no choice but to shoot at the suspect’s car, causing it to flip to the side.

“The driver alighted from the car and pulled out an object from a bag. He attempted to attack the police personnel, prompting the latter to fire three shots, one of which hit the suspect’s left leg,” he said, adding that, the suspect was sent to Hospital Sungai Buloh for treatment.



Video: Foreign GROs nabbed in two nightclub raids


37 GROs caught during raid on nightclubs

KUALA LUMPUR: Two nightclubs packed with revellers in Jalan Klang Lama, here, did not only conduct operation without licences, but were also found to use sexy foreign women to attract customers.

The illegal activities were revealed when a team of officers from the police Anti-Gambling, Vice and Secret Society Di vision (D7) raided the pub located side-by-side at a shopping complex  last night.

City D7 chief Deputy Superintendent Baharin Mohd Rose said they arrested 37 foreign women, aged between 24 and 30, who worked as GROs at the clubs.

37 GROs caught during raid on nightclubs


Saturday May 17, 2014 MYT 5:43:48 PM

Man buried in landslide while answering call of nature

PETALING JAYA: A man was buried alive in a toilet after a landslide engulfed and crushed a furniture shop where he worked.

The 43-year-old man from Bangladesh was buried when loose soil covered 60% of the furniture shop at Jalan Kampung Melayu Subang in the 10.45am incident Saturday.


(17th-Subang Jaya) heavy rain this morning, causing the hillside behind the furniture factory landslides, mud moments into furniture, toilet man, were brutally killed and buried! (Translated by Bing)



Landslide hit Kg Baru Subang shop, worker feared trapped

SUBANG: A furniture shop at Kampung Baru Subang, Subang was badly damaged after a landslide hit the back potion of the shop.

Rescuers are looking for a worker, who is  feared trapped under the rubble in the 11am incident.

As of now, Search and rescue is still ongoing to find the man.

Landslide hit Kg Baru Subang shop, worker feared trapped


“They would start off by watching pornographic videos together before they have sex.

“The price range is between RM140 and RM200 for an hour, depending on the package that you choose.


Wednesday May 14, 2014 MYT 7:24:05 PM

Twenty-six foreign women picked up at five separate locations in vice raid

Some of the foreign women detained during the vice raid in Kepong.

Some of the foreign women detained during the vice raid in Kepong.

KUALA LUMPUR: Twenty-six foreign women, including one Indonesian, were picked up following a bust at five separate locations in Jalan Rimbunan 1, Taman Rimbunan, Kepong Wednesday.

The raid was done simultaneously at about 4.30pm by a team led by Bukit Aman D7 Vice, Gambling and Secret Societies branch officer DSP Kamal Khan Mohd Shariff.

“The five premises included three reflexology outlets and two dorms for the women who are aged between 18 and 32.

“Six caretakers comprising six local men and one woman were also nabbed in the bust,” DSP Kamal said.

Preliminary investigation revealed that the premises offered sex services to their clients.

This is a paradise for car thieves! All these cars together and their owners are gone all day!

They are there for you to ‘take away” at your pleasure and leisure.

I lost my car when it was parked in one of these.

Star photo

Better alternative: A parking lot near KL Sentral almost full of vehicles as more Klang Valley residents choose to take public transportation to go to work.

Better alternative: A parking lot near KL Sentral almost full of vehicles as more Klang Valley residents choose to take public transportation to go to work.


The floods came!

Video: Havoc in KL as floods hit major roads


Monday May 12, 2014 MYT 6:36:51 PM

Heavy rain causes flash floods in Klang Valley

PETALING JAYA: Heavy rain caused several areas in the Klang Valley to be inundated by flash floods on Monday afternoon.

Social networking sites were flooded with pictures and status updates on the flood situation.

Muddy and fast flowing water greeted motorists as they drove along Jalan Duta heading towards Jalan Kuching.

Muddy and fast flowing water greeted motorists as they drove along Jalan Duta heading towards Jalan Kuching.

[UPDATE] Rain subsided. Flash flood in some areas receded. Traffic reported in several roads in KL.

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Havoc in KL as floods hit major roads

KUALA LUMPUR: Several roads in the city were temporarily closed due to the flash flood that occurred at about 3.20pm, here, today.
A city traffic police spokesman said the flash flood started when the heavy rain started earlier this evening.
 “We had to close a few roads due to the high water level to avoid any mishap,” he said.
 He said as of 4.30pm, only Jalan Chan Sow Lin heading to Seremban were still closed while waiting for the water to subside.




(Kuala Lumpur, 10th) suspected illicit secret societies throw petrol bombs set fire to revenge, 24 Dynamo Duo and 1 cars were ablaze in the early hours of the morning, several explosions had taken place, scenes of appalling! (Translated by Bing)




Saturday May 10, 2014 MYT 12:28:18 PM

Nineteen vehicles set ablaze at PPR near Batu caves

The vehicles after firemen manage to put out the flames.

The vehicles after firemen manage to put out the flames.

KUALA LUMPUR: Eighteen motorcycles and a car were engulfed in a blaze that swept through the parking area of Block E of the Intan Baiduri, People’s Housing Project (PPR) near Batu Caves.

A representative from the Kuala Lumpur fire control centre said a distress call was received at around 6.30am on Saturday, alerting them of the fire.

Some 25 fire fighters from the Jinjang, Sentul and Hang Tuah stations were deployed to the scene to quell the flames.

The fire was fully extinguished at around 8am.

NST photos

The remains of the car that was set on fire. Pix courtesy of Fire and Rescue Department.

Some of the damaged motorcycles. Pix courtesy of Fire and Rescue Department.



A 38-year-old victim was pronounced dead on arrival while the others were admitted into the Emergency Unit.

Saturday May 10, 2014 MYT 1:18:33 PM

One killed, five wounded in suspected gang shooting

In front of the restaurant near Jalan Ipoh where the shooting took place.

In front of the restaurant near Jalan Ipoh where the shooting took place.

KUALA LUMPUR: A man was gunned down while five others were wounded in a suspected gang-related shooting incident at a restaurant near Jalan Ipoh here.

Sentul OCPD Asst Comm Zakaria Pagan said that all six victims were having breakfast at the restaurant when the drive-by shooting happened between 4.30am and 5am on Saturday.

“Initial investigations revealed that a man alighted from a Perodua Myvi and fired seven shots at the victims using a semi-automatic gun.

“A driver was waiting for him in the car. They fled the scene after the shooting,” he said.


 (Kuala Lumpur, 10th) lone gunman sniper restaurant patrons in the early morning, streets fired 8 shots to kill 7 people, 6 of whom escape in time and stuffed with 1 dead and 5 wounded! (Translated by Bing)




Saturday May 10, 2014 MYT 12:28:18 PM

Nineteen vehicles set ablaze at PPR near Batu caves

The vehicles after firemen manage to put out the flames.

The vehicles after firemen manage to put out the flames.

KUALA LUMPUR: Eighteen motorcycles and a car were engulfed in a blaze that swept through the parking area of Block E of the Intan Baiduri, People’s Housing Project (PPR) near Batu Caves.

A representative from the Kuala Lumpur fire control centre said a distress call was received at around 6.30am on Saturday, alerting them of the fire.

Some 25 fire fighters from the Jinjang, Sentul and Hang Tuah stations were deployed to the scene to quell the flames.

The fire was fully extinguished at around 8am.

NST photos

The remains of the car that was set on fire. Pix courtesy of Fire and Rescue Department.

Some of the damaged motorcycles. Pix courtesy of Fire and Rescue Department.



Saturday May 10, 2014 MYT 8:43:52 AM

Cops raid entertainment centre in Kota Damansara, 34 GRO arrested

Some of the GRO waiting to be questioned by police.

Some of the GRO waiting to be questioned by police.

PETALING JAYA: Police busted an entertainment centre offering vice activities for the third time this year and arrested 34 guest relations officers (GRO) in Kota Damansara, Friday night.

The raiding party led by ASP Mohd Nazri Daud rounded up the women, 16 from Thailand and 18 locals, along with the owner of the centre at around 11.35pm.

“The women were age between 22 and 38. The Thai GROs were found not to have proper documents or passports.



Thursday May 8, 2014 MYT 9:20:08 PM

Quick thinking public chase after robbers, suspect nabbed

KUALA LUMPUR: Members of the public, who saw a motorcyclist being robbed by three men along the Penchala Link near Taman Tun Dr Ismail, chased after the suspects in their car all the way to Damansara Perdana. around 3pm Thursday, the victim, a money changer who was transporting cash, was riding his motorcycle towards Sri Hartamas when the suspects in a Proton Waja rammed into him.

“The men alighted from their car and were brandishing parang. They grabbed his bag, which contained the money, and his gun.

“As they sped off, members of the public who saw the incident gave chase. At Damansara Perdana, the MPV unit noticed the commotion and stopped the car.

“One suspect was arrested while the others escaped with the money. The gun they stole was also recovered,” ACP Muhammad Azlee said.



Sunday May 4, 2014 MYT 5:46:05 PM

Cops nab four suspects, rescue kidnap victim

KUALA LUMPUR: Police have detained four individuals, including a local woman, suspected of kidnapping a 16-year-old girl in the city on April 23.

Sungai Buloh police chief Supt Junaidi Bujang said the suspects, between 19 and 28-years-old, were arrested at the south bound Sungai Buloh rest area of the North-South Highway, about 11.30pm on May 1.

In a statement on Sunday, he said the suspects were apprehended by a patrol team who came across a suspicious looking car at the rest area’s parking lot.

“The driver of the car initially refused to cooperate when told to stop so the police car had to block his way.

“One suspect suddenly pointed a gun at the policeman who got out of the patrol car and rammed the car into him.

But the policeman, who sustained injuries on his leg, managed to fire two shots at the suspects’ car tyres, he said.

Junaidi said following the arrest police found the victim safe and sound in a house in Taman Damai, Air Tawar in Perak about 6.30pm on May 2.

He said the parents of the private college student had lodged a police report on April 24 after she failed to return home from classes the previous day.

“Four days after the police report, her father received a text message from the suspects demanding a ransom of RM10,000,” he said.


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Most expensive mall parking rates in Klang Valley

April 30, 2014

By Joshua Ong

1) Suria KLCC

Located directly next to the famed Petronas Twin Towers and Kuala Lumpur Convention Center, the Suria KLCC mall is renowned as a popular destination for both tourists and locals alike.


*Monday to Saturday: 1st hour – RM4; 2nd hour – RM 3; 3rd hour – RM 3; 4th hour and above – RM4
*Monday to Friday between 5pm and 5am – Special Maximum Rate of RM10 on
*Saturday (after 12 noon), Sunday & Public Holidays
First 3 hours – RM4
Every Subsequent hour – RM4
*Lost Ticket: RM50

For details of parking charges at
2) Pavilion
3) SOGO Departmental Store Kuala Lumpur (KL SOGO)
4) Ampang Park Shopping 

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Sex and drugs..


Tuesday April 29, 2014 MYT 7:08:36 AM

RM300 in drugs will do to join sex party

PETALING JAYA: One does not need cash to take part in wild sex parties – the organisers will allow guests to pay the RM300 “cover charge” in the form of drugs.

Among the popular drugs sought by the organisers are Eramin 5, ecstacy, ketamine, ganja and methamphetamines.

A regular participant, who only wished to be identified as Ryan, said it was not always necessary to pay in cash to join such parties as organisers have opted for drugs in lieu of the entrance fee.

“They will let us know in advance,” he said.

Ryan, 33, who had been attending sex parties for about 10 years, said this kind of revelry was nothing new but it could have been easier for the organisers to hide it in the past.

He said some organisers encouraged participants to go topless to spice things up but in most cases, the themes were sexual in nature.

“Women who turn up tend to wear the skimpiest costumes,” he said, adding that guests included the wealthy, children of prominent personalities and even local celebrities.

Ryan said most parties would start off with alcoholic drinks after which people would pop pills to loosen up.

“The drugs make mingling around easier,” he said.

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Monday April 28, 2014 MYT 8:25:24 PM

Two cars submerged in flash floods at Jalan Chan Sow Lin

One of the submerged cars at Jalan Chan Sow Lin – Pic by Star Radio Traffic

PETALING JAYA: Two cars were submerged at the Jalan Chan Sow Lin tunnel on Monday evening due flash floods, Star Radio Traffic tweeted.

Star Radio Traffic had tweeted the alert along with a photograph of one of the submerged cars.

The Royal Malaysian Police’s traffic service, @PDRMsia_Trafik, also shared the same photo at 6.57pm.


Near LRT Jalan Chan Sow Lin earlier today

Sudah nampak lagi mau pigi berenang ah? dewww nea sink!

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Monday April 28, 2014 MYT 5:04:06 PM

Suspected burglar bleeds to death

PETALING JAYA: A suspected burglar was found dead not far from a law firm that he tried to break in to in Sea Park early Monday.

The 40-year-old man was believed to have kicked the glass door to try and get into the office after breaking the padlocks of the firm’s grille door in Jalan SS2/66.

“He tried to gain access by kicking the glass door but was severely injured when broken glass fell on him and cut his right leg,” Petaling Jaya deputy OCPD Supt Fadil Marsus said.

Supt Fadil added that the man managed to walk for about 100m before collapsing near a pharmacy in Jalan SS2/64.

A passer-by found the man with blood all over at about 4.30am.


Another  nicholas cheng report.

Monday April 28, 2014 MYT 8:27:49 AM

Youth slashed while trying to save mum from robber

PETALING JAYA: A young man stepped in between his mother and a sword-wielding youth at their nursery in Jalan Sungai Buloh and suffered a gash below his eyes.

Sim Foong Koon, 47, said four people – described as mere teenagers – came to the nursery on the pretext of looking for some plants.

The group, including a girl, browsed through the nursery and the shop and one of them made some jottings in a notebook.

They eventually returned to their car without buying anything. However, the person who was earlier jotting down notes returned with a Samurai sword and demanded that Sim hand over her waist pouch.

As Sim was fumbling to unbuckle the pouch, Lan Weng Soon, 21, who had just got back from lunch, thrust himself in between his mother and the attacker upon seeing the blade close to his mother’s face.

“My son was struck by the youth, resulting in a gash across his cheek. Then, my father, who was also there, chased the robber away with a stick,” she said.


Friday April 25, 2014 MYT 7:23:03 AM

Robber shot as he tries to ram stolen car into cops

PETALING JAYA: A man wanted for robbery was shot in the shoulder when he attempted to ram a stolen car into a police vehicle while trying to escape arrest.

Police were hot on the heels of the man, who was part of a duo that robbed a two-storey terrace house in Bandar Kinrara, Puchong, at 7.45am on Thursday, when the incident occurred, said Serdang OCPD Asst Comm Abdul Razak Elias.

“The two men, in their 20s, had earlier broke into the master bedroom and ordered a sleeping 46-year-old woman to wake up.

“She was home alone as her husband was at work and her child was at school,” he said.

The men stole a handphone, money, jewellery and branded handbags from the room before taking off in a Volkswagen Beetle parked in the house compound. The loot amounted to more than RM200,000.

“Our counterparts spotted the suspects at Vista Komanwel C, Bukit Jalil. They were driving separate cars.

“When asked to surrender, the man driving the Volkswagen Beetle tried to ram into the police car,” he said.

ACP Abdul Razak said police opened fire at the vehicle. “Two shots were fired, and one of the bullets hit the suspect on his right shoulder,” he said. The vehicle skidded and crashed into a car parked nearby.

ACP Abdul Razak said the other suspect, who was driving the Mercedes-Benz — reported stolen in Taman Tun Dr Ismail earlier — surrendered after the shooting.

“Our counterparts spotted the suspects at Vista Komanwel C, Bukit Jalil. They were driving separate cars.

“When asked to surrender, the man driving the Volkswagen Beetle tried to ram into the police car,” he said.

ACP Abdul Razak said police opened fire at the vehicle. “Two shots were fired, and one of the bullets hit the suspect on his right shoulder,” he said. The vehicle skidded and crashed into a car parked nearby.

ACP Abdul Razak said the other suspect, who was driving the Mercedes-Benz — reported stolen in Taman Tun Dr Ismail earlier — surrendered after the shooting

破门行劫复驾走甲虫车被追捕 兄弟匪1中枪1落网

Break complex driving the Beetle car robberies by Hunt brothers arrested robbers shot 1 1 (Translated by Bing)




Friday April 25, 2014 MYT 8:27:50 AM

Sex parties at luxury apartments

PETALING JAYA: Police are investigating claims that sex parties will be held in luxury apartments in four cities on May 4.

The organisers are said to charge male participants an entrance fee of RM300 while it is free for women.

It is believed that no conditions were imposed on male guests. However there was a stipulation that the women participants should not be too fat.

It is learnt that the exact location of the parties would only be disclosed once payment had been received by the organisers.

The organisers allegedly sent out invitations via text messages for the parties planned to be held in Kuala Lumpur, George Town, Ipoh and Johor Baru.


THE POOL, KUALA LUMPUR: Accused by UMNO Youth and PAS of decadence!

(Decadence refers to moral or cultural decline as characterized by excessive indulgence in pleasure or luxury.




Crash into your car and rob you of your car!


Wednesday April 23, 2014 MYT 7:14:24 AM

Trader loses RM300,000 Porsche in crash-and-grab

TWO carjackers staged an accident with a Porsche 977 GT2 and drove off with the RM300,000 vehicle after the driver stopped to check the damage, Harian Metro reported.

A police source told the paper the 35-year-old businesssman was driving home alone from the city centre when he was hit from behind along Jalan Klang Lama in Kuala Lumpur at 1.40am on Sunday.

Not suspecting that the collision was deliberate, he got off his car while two men alighted from the Proton Perdana that had hit his car.

“The two men started making apologies but before the victim could react, one of them whisked out a parang and threatened him,” the source said, adding that the suspects then got into the Porsche and sped off.


Monday April 21, 2014 MYT 7:29:55 PM

Four burglars nabbed after brief chase

The suspects being held by police after the chase.

The suspects being held by police after the chase.

KUALA LUMPUR: Four men have been arrested for attempting to break into a house in Taman Sri Bahagia, Cheras and causing harm to the policemen who trailed after their getaway vehicle.

In the Monday incident, a police spokesman said that their patrolling unit spotted the suspicious looking group in the residential area around noon.

“The men made their escape as soon as they saw the policemen, which prompted our men to chase after their vehicle,” he said.

The spokesman said the chase lasted all the way from Taman Sri Bahagia to Taman Bukit Anggerik, also in Cheras.

“The suspects were repeatedly ramming their car into our vehicle and were also putting the lives of pedestrians at risk.

“One of our men fired a shot in an attempt to fend them off. They eventually stopped the car,” he added.


Wednesday April 9, 2014 MYT 10:48:46 PM

Indonesian man gunned down, waitress injured in drive-by shooting

KUALA LUMPUR: An Indonesian man was gunned down by two men on a motorcycle along Jalan Raja Bot here, while a waitress was hit in the leg by a stray bullet.

City Deputy CID chief Asst Comm Khairi Ahrasa said the 40-year-old man, was at coffee shop to meet a friend when the incident occurred at around 7.40pm Wednesday.

“Two men on a motorcycle wearing full face helmets approached the shop.

“The pillion rider drew a gun and fired four shots at the man,” he told reporters at the scene on Wednesday.

He said the man was shot in the back and one of the bullets passed through his body and hit a waitress in the leg.

“The two men then sped off. The man died at the scene while the woman suffered minor injuries and was taken to Hospital Kuala Lumpur (HKL) for treatment,”




Thursday March 27, 2014 MYT 11:55:16 PM

Cops nab 13 Vietnamese women in late night raid

KUALA LUMPUR: Police busted a premise and detained 13 Vietnamese women for working without a valid permit in Kepong Thursday night.

The raid, which was led by city police anti-vice, gaming and secret society (D7) officer Deputy Supt Bahrain Che Rose, was conducted at about 9.30pm in Jalan Metro Perdana Barat 3, Taman Usahawan Kepong.


Thursday March 20, 2014 MYT 7:52:18 AM

Gruesome find outside hotel

A MAN was found dead with his neck almost severed along Jalan Tun Tan Cheng Lock, Kuala Lumpur, reported Kosmo!

Mugunthan Maran, 29, who was in a bitter child custody battle with his ex-wife after getting divorced recently, was found in a pool of blood in front of a hotel.

Dang Wangi OCPD Asst Comm Zainuddin Ahmad said the contract worker had been working for a private company in Singapore.

“Information from the CCTV in the hotel showed a man wearing a helmet attacking Mugunthan from behind,” he said.

No valuables were taken from Mugunthan, who had earlier told his father that he was going to Puchong to meet his friends.


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KL crime drives Yeo Kee Jun & family from Jln Klang Lama home in Kuala Lumpur

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Rising crime chases family away from their home

February 21, 2014

Six robberies, a mugging and numerous car theft attempts later, a family is leaving their home in Jalan Klang Lama, Kuala Lumpur as they no longer feel safe in the area anymore.

In a letter to The Malaysian Insider, student Yeo Kee Jun, shared the reason behind his family’s decision to move out of their family home.

Yeo said his home got broken into six times in the last 12 years and the last three times occurred in a period of four months.

“A home we grew up in, a home we used to feel safe from the world until our sanctuary got broken into. It is no longer safe to live in Jalan Klang Lama.”

Yeo expressed his frustrations over the matter and questioned if the government was looking into the plight of many Malaysians who are suffering the same fate.

“My question is addressed to the government. What are you going to do about it?

“We send the armed forces when the Sulu armed men invaded our land. We set up border patrols to stop a dead man’s ashes from entering our land, all this in the name of defending our sovereignity.

“What are we to do when bad people invade our homes with arms, robbing us of our hard-earned possessions and striking terror in our hearts? What can the government do to make this right for all Malaysians?” he asked.

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Men dressed in white robe may not be a doctor: fake doc molests women in hospital in Kl

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Saturday February 15, 2014 MYT 8:50:35 AM

Bogus doc molests patients

A MAN wearing a white lab coat went around a hospital pretending to be a doctor and molested six women.

Harian Metro reported that the latest victim, a 25-year-old woman, lodged a police report in Pandan Indah, Kuala Lumpur, after she was molested by the so-called doctor on Wednesday night.

The victim said she saw the “doctor” walking around the ward. He approached her and said that he was going to examine her but molested her instead.

After he left, the woman checked with a nurse and found out that the man was neither a doctor nor, hospital employee.

Apparently, the man had been doing the same thing for four months but his previous victims did not lodge police reports.

KUALA LUMPUR: near Taman Selayang Utama, Batu Caves.

Joan Chow, 25, and her friend, Ann Tan, 20, were walking to their car when two men on a motorbike came to rob them. She threw her handbag at the pillion rider, and the two women ran off.

She fell and injured her arms and legs but they got away.

The injuries Joan sustained during the robbery.

The injuries Joan sustained during the robbery. Star photo.

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KL BUKIT BINTANG: Middle Eastern gangsters are exerting control over the streets, taking over from Malaysian triads.


Monday February 10, 2014 MYT 11:34:10 AM

Bukit Bintang’s new gangsters

The archway leading into 'Ain Arabia' near the Bukit Bintang area.

The archway leading into ‘Ain Arabia’ near the Bukit Bintang area.

ACCORDING to Metro Ahad, Middle Eastern gangsters are exerting control over the streets of Bukit Bintang, taking over from Malaysian triads.

Its front page carried stories of these foreign gangsters who had become responsible for the social ills in the area, which is now also known among them as “Ain Arabia” (Arab Street).

The gangsters have reportedly taken over from their local counterparts, especially around business premises by the main road.

A taxi driver, known only as Alim, told the daily that some of the gangsters, most of whom arrived as tourists, were involved in prostitution and drugs.

He claimed to have shuttled Middle Eastern prostitutes to and from various hotels in Bukit Bintang, adding that they usually worked at nightclubs and that their customers were mostly Middle Easterners.

t was reported that the gangsters and prostitutes usually convened in nightclubs in the area.

A journalist, who went undercover at one of the nightclubs, discovered that the services of a Middle Eastern prostitute ranged from RM600 onwards a night.

A prostitute told him that she would not stay in Malaysia for more than three months at a time, but frequently flew here from her home country of Yemen.

Even the National Library cafetaria is not safe from robbers!


Kuala Lumpur National Library photo – Judhi Prasetyo photos at –


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Friday February 7, 2014 MYT 7:34:55 PM

Masked robbers strike National Library cafeteria, make off with RM3,000

KUALA LUMPUR: Borrowing books was the last thing on the mind of two masked robbers who struck the National Library cafeteria on Jalan Tun Razak here Friday afternoon.

The robbers strode into the library’s cafeteria, robbed its operator of RM3,000, the first time robbers had struck at the library building.

The robbers, who were clad in blue jackets and wearing red helmets, were armed with a machete in the 1.30pm incident.

The duo also demanded cafeteria operator Mahsuri Hassan give up a bracelet and necklace she was wearing.

When Mahsuri, 50, refused and screamed for help, one of them took the cash register and emptied it of RM3,000, a mobile phone and a few cheques before fleeing from the cafeteria.

“Only 10 customers and a female worker were present during the robbery which occurred during Friday prayers,” she said.

High speed car chase on MRR2: Police shoot driver in head, arrest two!

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Forensic officers inspecting the car which the suspected robber drove. Pix by Mohamad Shahril Badri Saali

Forensic officers inspecting the crime scene. Pix by Mohamad Shahril Badri Saali

Read more: Suspected robber shot by police near Ampang – Latest – New Straits Times

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Saturday January 25, 2014 MYT 9:03:32 AM

Police shoot a man in the head during a high-speed chase

KUALA LUMPUR: Police shot one suspect in the head and arrested two others including a woman after a high speed chase here on the MRR2 near Taman Ampang Hilir.

The suspects, aged between 20 and 26, also rammed into eight cars and two motorcycles during the high speed chase before being arrested by police on Friday.

City police CID acting chief Asst Comm Khairi Ahrasa said a team from the Sentul district first spotted the suspects in a housing area in Wangsa Maju at about 8.30pm on Friday.

He said the suspects, who were in a red Satria Neo, looked suspicious.

ACP Khairi said that the driver rammed into eight cars and two motorcycles during the chase, which forced police to open fire.

He added that after police fired about four shots, the driver stopped beside the road on MRR2 near Taman Ampang Hilir.

“When we checked the vehicle, we found that the driver was shot in the head,” he said adding that the suspect, who was in critical condition, was sent to the Ampang Hospital.

OLD NEWS PASSED ON AS NEW NEWS! The robbery at 1 Utama Shopping Centre that was reported on Thursday, 5 December 2013 actually happened on 16 July 2012: about 18 months ago!




Dear 1 Utama Shoppers,We have observed that there have been photos circulating online which reports of an incident that took place in the mall. The writeup contained factual inaccuracies that we’ll like to hereby address as we take safety reasons and security very seriously at our mall. We do apologize for the slight delay in responding in our Facebook fanpage as we have been conducting newspaper and TV interviews this entire morning.The public can read about the news in the media with clearer information. As shoppers and visitors to 1 Utama, the concern from the public is certainly understandable. However, we would like to make some quick points for clarification purposes:
* An attempted snatch theft took place at the 1 Utama car park on 16th July at 10pm
*The shopper retaliated in self defense and in the process sustained minor injuries including a cut lip, which led to bleeding. The robber was not successful in the attempted theft and fled the scene.
*Our security guards immediately provided assistance to the shopper and also first aid kit, with police personnel arriving shortly thereafter.
*No cover up was done and no prevention of photos being taken.However we do take note that our security team were fully concentrating on providing assistance to the victim and may not have addressed the other shoppers who were present in the most gracious manner. For this we do apologize.
At 1 Utama, we have put in place a tight and elaborate security system, with no major crimes happening in the mall throughout the years since our inception.It is therefore regrettable and unfortunate that the recent incident took place.With the current state of safety throughout the country, 1 Utama has already been reviewing and improving our security system new safety and security measures and will continue to do so as we are dedicated in looking after shoppers’ safety. For shoppers who are concerned in visiting 1 Utama, we would like to highlight that we have a 24-hour security hotline, as well as car park escort service which you can request at any time should you feel insecure.Thank you
Sincerely, 1 Utama Management
【前线快讯】商场劫案再添一宗!这回1 Utama Shoping Center
这起事件发生在16/7/2012这是昨天晚上大约晚上10点,在1 Utama Shopping Center,Old Wing LG Floor Car park。一个老人了给马来匪徒打了一拳,他被抢劫了。周围没有所有保安,我们甚至不能找到一个保安。后来到达的警卫,他们希望我们停止拍照,并不断追逐我们离开,他们正试图掩盖问题。
和最好的事情是,当我拨打999,我被警察骂=。=“哎!Cakap Melayu……”对不起,先生,我知道马来人,我只是有点恐慌的时刻,因为我已经习惯了讲英语的大部分时间。警察差不多半个小时到达。警察局只是在附近Taman Tun 吧了 ?为什么花了这么长时间来 ?如果有人死去?这是严重的不可接受的。

Dear all, please be aware when you are at outside, no matter where you are, especially at the parking inside the mall.
This incident happened on 16/7/2012 which is yesterday night around 10pm at 1 Utama Shopping Center, old wing LG floor car park. An old man got punch by a malay guy, and he got robbed. There is no security guard around at all, and we cant even find a security guard that time. After reaching of the security guard, they want us to stop taking photo and keep chasing us leave, they are trying to cover up the issue.
And the best thing is, when I call 999, I got scolded by the police =.= “eh! cakap melayu, cakap melayu…” Excuse me sir, I know malay, I’m just kinda panic at the moment because I’m used to speak english most of the time. And it take almost half an hour for them to come over. There is a police station at Taman Tun right? Why took so long? What if people dying? This is seriously unacceptable.

Please share this to all of your friends, love one, family, strangers.. Nowadays no matter shopping complex, or wherever are no longer safe, we gotta take extra care to our self, must be extreme alert when we are at outside. Share! Share! Share!

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Dear all,Please be aware when you are outside, no matter where you are, especially at the parking floors inside the mall.
This incident happened which is some time ago night around 10pm at 1 Utama Shopping Center, old wing LG floor car park. An old man got punched and robbed by a guy. There is no security guard around at all, and we cant even find a security guard that time. When the security guards came, all they wantd us to do was to stop taking photos and kept chasing us away. They were trying to cover up the issue.And the best thing was, when I called 999, I got scolded by the police =.= “eh! cakap melayu, cakap melayu…” Excuse me sir, I know malay, I’m just kinda panic at the moment because I’m used to speak english most of the time.” And it took almost half an hour for them to come over. There is a police station at Taman Tun, right? Why do they take so long? What if people are dying? This is seriously unacceptable.Please share this with all your friends, loved ones, family members, strangers.. Nowadays, no matter which shopping complex, or wherever, ain’t no longer safe. We gotta take extra care, must be extreme alert when we are outside.


Cops shoot mentally-ill man who attacked Bangsar eatery patrons

KUALA LUMPUR, Dec 5 — Police shot a mentally unstable man after he attacked a blind man with a machete at a restaurant in Bangsar yesterday.

The man was shot in the leg after he slashed 58-year-old Ahmad Ya’akob on the shoulder and continued to create a ruckus in the area.

Ahmad was having a drink at the restaurant at 10am when the man appeared and started shouting at the patrons.

Most of the patrons left upon seeing the man but Ahmad, who did not realise he was waving a machete, got up and asked why he was shouting.

The man suddenly slashed Ahmad on the shoulder and a struggle ensued with Ahmad putting up a fight with his walking stick.

A bloodied Ahmad, who was also injured in the mouth, broke free and was taken to a nearby clinic by other patrons.

Police who were alerted by the clinic staff arrived and tried to calm down the attacker.

They had to shoot him in the leg when he refused to surrender.


Thursday December 5, 2013 MYT 7:00:27 AM

Amok who slashed disabled man shot in the leg

KUALA LUMPUR: A man believed to be mentally unstable was shot in the leg by police after he attacked a disabled man at a restaurant in Bangsar here yesterday.

City police chief Senior Deputy Comm Datuk Mohmad Salleh said police arrived at the restaurant along Jalan Riong at 10am.

Amok who slashed disabled man shot in the leg

(Malaysian)BBC News Malaysian restaurant hires armed guard

Published on Aug 19, 2013

A series of armed robberies and high profile shootings in Malaysia has caused many people across the country to turn to self-protection.

Last month, an anti-crime activist and a prominent banker were shot within the same week and there is a growing anger that the government has not been able to reduce crime.

One seafood restaurant in Kuala Lumpur has even hired an armed guard to patrol outside, as Jennifer Pak reports.

The Sun Daily

Subang Jaya burglar nabbed within minute of distress call

SUBANG JAYA (July 27, 2013): A 28-year-old burglar was about to escape with his ill-gotten items from a house he had just broken into in SS14 Subang Jaya when he was stopped in his tracks by the Police Motorcycle Patrolling Unit (URB) on Thursday.

The URB team arrived within a minute of receiving the call from a resident who had noticed something amiss when the latter saw a motorcycle parked at the back lane of the house, and upon closer inspection saw the back door of the house wide open.

Subang Jaya OCPD ACP Yahaya Ramli said the suspect, a Sabahan, was about to escape with an LCD TV and some audio-visual accessories when the URB team intercepted him.

“The suspect tried to escape. He reached for his pocket but failed to pull out a 8cm knife as by then my officers had managed to subdue him. The man was arrested on the spot and we found another sharp object and a screw driver in his pockets.”

Subang Jaya burglar nabbed within minute of distress call


Tuesday July 16, 2013 MYT 9:17:56 PM

Doctor loses thumb to armed robber

PETALING JAYA: A female doctor lost her left thumb to an armed robber in front of a polyclinic in Jalan SS19/6, Subang Jaya near here early Tuesday.

Subang Jaya police chief Yahaya Ramli said the victim, in her 50s, also sustained severe injuries on her left arm after being slashed with a machete by the robber in the 1.20pm incident.

She was walking to her car in front of the polyclinic when the robber attacked her before snatching her handbag and fleeing the scene.

“The suspect is believed to have fled the scene on his accomplice’s motorcycle,” he said when contacted here.

Doctor loses thumb to armed robber


Thumbs up for armed guards


Thursday July 4, 2013 MYT 10:37:59 AM

Customers and workers feel safer with presence of armed security personnel at restaurants

PETALING JAYA: Restaurant customers and workers do not like having security guards around when they eat and work but say that this is still better than being robbed or hurt.

A worker with South Sea Seafood Restaurant in Kampung Baru Subang, which recently hired an armed security guard, said the place was usually safe during the day.

“The streets get really quiet after 10pm and the guard’s presence give the workers and customers some assurance within the premises,” said Ong Chee Guan, 42.

At the Nasi Kandar Arafah Restaurant, staff Unnikrishnan Andiseeri, 37, claimed that it fell victim to robbery a month ago during his watch.

“The robbery frightens me even now,” he said, adding that the restaurant had been installed with CCTVs.

Customers and workers feel safer with presence of armed security personnel at restaurants


With violent snatch thefts, assaults and robberies of restaurant and their patrons, even food outlets are resorting to hiring armed guards to protect them.

Others are keeping their doors locked, only allowing regular patrons into their premises.


Wednesday July 3, 2013 MYT 7:31:51 AM

Hardcore criminals running loose

Keeping patrons safe An armed security guard patrolling the South Sea seafood restaurant in Kampung Baru Subang.

Keeping patrons safe An armed security guard patrolling the South Sea seafood restaurant in Kampung Baru Subang.

PETALING JAYA: The repeal of the Emergency Ordinance saw some 2,000 detainees being freed. If even a third of them returned to crime, that means there are about 800 hardcore criminals running loose in the country.

Police, however, believe the number could be far bigger.

Most of the youths released from detention under the EO usually return to their old ways, a police officer said.

The assistant superintendent from Perak, who requested anonymity, said that when the EO was in effect, these individuals were kept off the streets.

“As soon as they were off the leash, it was back to breaking the law,” he said in an interview.

This was inevitable as crime is the only livelihood former detainees were accustomed to, he said.


The failure to hire of such armed guards…..proved costly for the owners of the Lala Chong Seafood Restaurant which has two outlets.

Robbers armed with parang hit its Ara Damansara outlet in April.


Wednesday July 3, 2013 MYT 6:27:27 AM

Eateries bite the bullet and get armed guards

PETALING JAYA: After a spate of robberies at eateries, even restaurants have resorted to hiring armed guards.

South Sea Seafood Restaurant in Kampung Baru Subang is one such restaurant, which has invested in extra security to provide customers peace of mind as they eat in the premises.

“It is an unusual and costly move for a restaurant but we feel that prevention is better than cure.

“We had heard about restaurants being targeted by robbers so we decided to engage an armed guard a month ago,” said restaurant owner Terence Wong yesterday.

Eateries bite the bullet and get armed guards




This newspaper reported on June 13 that a group of armed robbers had been terrorising customers of seafood and mamak restaurants in Kuala Lumpur, hitting five eateries in Cheras, Jinjang and Brickfields since January.

The group of at least 10 parang-wielding men would use stolen cars, conceal their faces with crash helmets and target the restaurants to rob customers of their money and valuables.

The police, according to the report, claimed to have made a breakthrough in the case following the arrest of three men, in their 20s, who had attempted to strike at their sixth target, a seafood restaurant in Kampung Subang.

Now, we cannot even eat in peace——–


Sunday June 23, 2013

Now, we cannot even eat in peace

On the Beat by WONG CHUN WAI

Crime is an issue that unites the people, but for the wrong reasons. One thing is clear we are sick and tired of living in fear.

IF you live in Petaling Jaya, you would probably have heard of it. Three armed men rushed into a famous chilli crab restaurant shortly after closing time and they were not looking for food.

They held up the cashier in this cash-only restaurant and cleaned out the till while the restaurant helpers ran helter-skelter, for fear of being slashed by the parang-wielding robbers. An accomplice was waiting inside a car nearby. Luckily, there were no customers at the usually packed restaurant.

Not too long ago, the restaurant opposite, famous for its fish head curry, had also fallen victim to such criminals.

What is frightening and most unfortunate is that this is one part of Petaling Jaya that is busy and vibrant, even after midnight. It is a hive of activity because the food court and several outlets nearby are open 24 hours.

Word has gone around Petaling Jaya that it is no longer safe for the people to patronise eateries during late hours.

In fact, at least one restaurant operating in Section 17 has taken the unusual step of locking its doors even when it is open for business. Only customers who have made reservations or those who can prove they are bona fide customers are allowed in.

It’s the same with many hair salons, which have taken to locking their doors as they are often the target of such hoodlums.

Now, we cannot even eat in peace


10 Dangerous Cities In The World

Posted In Life Hacks – By Deea On Wednesday, June 5th, 2013

6. Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Malaysia also takes pride in its spectacular landscapes, a culture that begs to be discovered and explored and… a history of violence that made way too many victims. Presently, the state’s capital is said to be one of the most dangerous cities in the world, as the crime rate increased with 70% in the last three years. It wasn’t a peace on Earth display before either, but now things seem to keep getting worse.

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……the article’s author, stated only as Deea, did not list the source for her information, or provide any examples to verify her claim.

A description on the site, which produces ‘Top ten’ lists on a wide range of obscure topics such as ‘Top ten facts about our planet’, and ‘Top ten most dangerous dogs in the world’, stated it was created in 2009 by one ‘Paul’.

It also stated that “four prolific young authors” had joined the team in 2012, however, the link to the list of writers was directed to a ‘404′ error page.

Even so, ‘10 Awesome’ boasts that it has a monthly viewership of 100,000 and up to 7,700 fans on its social media platforms.

Police douse flames on ‘KL 6th most dangerous city’



Police douse flames on ‘KL 6th most dangerous city’
10:43AM Jun 21, 2013

The Royal Malaysian Police (PDRM) have denied the claim by a website that has listed Kuala Lumpur as the sixth most dangerous city in the world.

NONEA statement issued by the PDRM Facebook yesterday claimed the allegation was untrue, and urged the public not to believe the information or disseminate it.

“The public is urged not to easily believe and spread information from the website, which is not validated, as it was not referred to the police.

“Malaysians should also be responsible and ethical disseminators of information by ensuring any information obtained and shared out is from an official source,” it said.

The police Facebook trumpeted its crime statistics, saying “from 2010 to 2012, PDRM successfully reduced the crime index in Kuala Lumpur by 31.8 percent”.

The website ‘10 Amesome‘, which ranked Kuala Lumpur as number six, claimed, “the state’s capital is said to be one of the most dangerous cities in the world, as the crime rate increased 70 percent in the last three years.”

“Malaysia also takes pride in its spectacular landscapes, a culture that begs to be discovered and explored and… a history of violence that made way too many victims,” the posting reads.

However, the article’s author, stated only as Deea, did not list the source for her information, or provide any examples to verify her claim.

Police douse flames on ‘KL 6th most dangerous city’


“SHARE”I’d like to CONGRATULATE our PM as well as his PUPPETEERS for a job well done!As according to “” now…

“KUALA LUMPUR” is now listed as the 6th MOST DANGEROUS CITY amongst the TOP TEN…”IN THE WORLD!”
Now didn’t many from a certain MORON political party keep on saying “Asalkan AMAN”??? ( As long as Malaysia’s PEACEFUL )And didn’t someone say the CRIME RATE in this country has gone DOWN???PS. UMNO/BN’s administration…always having “FRESH” crap
& bullshit to serve to the Malaysian people and this one
is the LATEST for this new term after the 13th General Elections.
THIS is what happens when “CRIMINALS” run the Government!-w.i.w.c


MBPJ’s Application for an Auxiliary Police Force




“If SP Setia, Sunway and all these developers are able to hire auxiliary police, why not the Petaling Jaya City Council (MBPJ)?” said Yeo demanding the government to immediately approve the application.


Auxilary police for developers, but not Pakatan?

Damansara Utama assemblyperson Yeo Bee Yin has questioned the police’s move to approve auxiliary police forces for developers, claiming preferential treatment against Pakatan Rakyat administered states.

tony pua yeo bee yin crime police 160613Yesterday, The Star reported that developer SP Setia received its first batch of 120 auxiliary police personnel, which would be placed in its housing projects in Johor, Penang and the Klang Valley.

“If SP Setia, Sunway and all these developers are able to hire auxiliary police, why not the Petaling Jaya City Council (MBPJ)?” said Yeo (right) demanding the government to immediately approve the application.

She said this at a press conference today with a group of Petaling Jaya restaurant owners, who were expressing concerns over robberies targeting them.

She said that MBPJ had applied to the inspector-general of police to field its own auxiliary police force in 2009 but was turned down in the following year.

MBPJ applied again in 2012 and has yet to receive a response. The Subang Jaya City Council faces a similar predicament.

Auxilary police for developers, but not Pakatan?


Saturday, 15 June 2013

Tony Pua · 77,437 like this
If Najib, Zahid and the Royal Malaysian Police really prioritises the war against crime, they must immediately approve MBPJ’s application for Auxiliary Police!



MBPJ’s application for an auxiliary police force had been rejected by the IGP in 2010, citing the decline in the crime rate and fears of “overlapping functions” with the police.

In December last year however, then IGP Tan Sri Ismail Omar was quoted as saying that the police will be involved in continuous partnerships and collaborations with auxiliary police to enable more effective crime prevention initiatives under the GTP.

Malaysian Insider

Let PJ have own auxiliary police force, says assemblyman

By Zurairi AR
June 14, 2013

Yeo says there are only 1,323 policemen to police Petaling Jaya, which has a population of around 620,000.PETALING JAYA, June 14 — The Inspector-General of Police (IGP) and the Home Ministry should respond to the Petaling Jaya City Council’s (MBPJ) application for an auxiliary police force to ensure the safety of residents, a DAP assemblyman said today.

The council has spent a total of RM4.3 million to train and equip 100 men for its auxiliary police unit, but its application to the police last year has been ignored after another application was previously rejected in 2010.

“There are 123 agencies administering auxiliary police operations comprising 25 government agencies, 21 statutory bodies, 32 government-linked companies (GLC) and 45 companies.

“GLCs such as Telekom, Tenaga and Petronas as well as private companies such as Astro, PLUS, Puncak Niaga and even Utusan Melayu are allowed to have their own auxiliary police, why should the people in PJ be deprived of the right of a safe living environment?” asked Damansara Utama state assemblyman Yeo Bee Yin in a statement here.

Yeo claimed that both the Johor Baru City Council (MBJB) and Malacca City Council (MBMB) have had their applications approved, and by denying permission to MBPJ, Putrajaya has shown double standards towards the city in the Pakatan Rakyat (PR) state.

The DAP social media strategist also stressed that establishing auxiliary police forces was among the many initiatives recommended by Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak’s Government Transformation Programme (GTP).

Under the “Reducing Crime” National Key Results Area (NKRA), the police are asked to increase their presence, which includes expanding the Police Volunteer Reserve and co-ordinating volunteerism through community policing.

Yeo pointed out that there are only 1,323 policemen in charge of Petaling Jaya, which has a population of around 620,000. This makes a police-to-population ratio of 1:490, higher than Interpol’s optimal ratio of 1:250.

This lack of police presence has forced PJ residents to spend hundreds of ringgit annually for private security barricades, boom gates and guardhouses, she added.



Published: Sunday June 16, 2013 MYT 8:38:00 PM
Updated: Sunday June 16, 2013 MYT 10:26:47 PM

Bukit Aman joins Dang Wangi police to curb crime in golden triangle district

KUALA LUMPUR: Some 300 Bukit Aman officers and men will be stationed at the city’s golden triangle district in efforts to curb snatch thefts and robberies.

Police National Key Results Area (NKRA) chairman Datuk Wira Ayub Yaakob said the men from the federal police headquarters would assist existing patrols by the Dang Wangi police.

“The foot patrols will concentrate on the golden triangle area as we have information through police reports and social network sites about increased crime in the past week.

“The policemen will interact with the public, including at parking lots. And we want them to check existing closed circuit television systems to see if they’re in working condition,” he said after launching the ‘Ops Tawan’ at the KLCC shopping mall here.

On today’s patrol, he said 40 Bukit Aman personnel joined forces with those from Dang Wangi led by district chief ACP Zainuddin Ahmad.

ACP Zainuddin said the personnel would conduct ‘meet and greet’ patrols, especially in Jalan Binjai, Jalan Conlay and Bukit Bintang.

“It can be said that there are snatch thefts and robberies on a daily basis in these places as it is a tourist, business and shopping district.

“So with such an initiative, street crime rates could be further reduced since the launch of the NKRA in 2009,” he said. – Bernama.

Bukit Aman joins Dang Wangi police to curb crime in golden triangle district



Husam Musa, the PAS vice-president, said the crime ratio in Putrajaya, with a population of 70,000, is very high as there were more than 400 cases recorded last year including 10 rape cases, eight molest cases and numerous break-ins involving properties and cars.

Ratio wise, he said Putrajaya has a crime rate of 1:195 residents whereas the national average is 1:350 people for a crime.



“Prime Minister Dato’ Seri Najib Razak himself promised Malaysias a ‘war against crime’ on Saturday when launching the ‘United Against Crime’ programme with much fanfare.

“The newly appointed Inspector General of Police (IGP) Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar proudly announced on his appointment date on May 16 that he wants to make safety and security his priority and return the streets to the people.  

“But where is this “war against crime?” Pua, who is also Petaling Jaya Utara MP, said in a statement.

Malaysian Insider

Spates of robberies puts Putrajaya anti-crime fight under spotlight

By Syed Jaymal Zahiid

June 13, 2013

KUALA LUMPUR, June 13 — The recent spate of robberies in the Klang Valley have again placed Putrajaya’s anti-crime policies under the spotlight and highlights the need to reform the police force, the DAP’s Tony Pua said today.

Last Saturday, nearly 70 people were robbed at an open air steamboat restaurant in Cheras by a group of 10 persons armed with machetes and iron rods.  The shop owners and patrons lost more than RM20,000 and at least 2 of the customers were assaulted as a result of being too tardy with coughing up with their valuables.

Over the past 2 nights, there were 2 incidences of armed gang robberies carried out at open air restaurants in Kepong, Cheras and Kajang on each night despite the police claiming to have detain three suspects yesterday afternoon.

“But where is this “war against crime?” Pua, who is also Petaling Jaya Utara MP, said in a statement.

The DAP leader added that the robberies were akin to the criminals “thumbing their noses” at the authorities when they were allowed to rob 2 eateries and then proceeded to enjoy and “binge” themselves at a local pub.

The pub was also robbed after the group refused to pay.

Spates of robberies puts Putrajaya anti-crime fight under spotlight


[MORE ARRESTED]!!! This time it’s the gang that robs the eatery in Cheras, Jinjang and Brickfields.If (the police) have sufficient evidence that they are guilty, please do not let them get away with it this time.Cops arrest three linked to parang-wielding group terrorising eateriesNews by StarOnline – By Austin Camoens12th June 2013KUALA LUMPUR: The Police have arrested three men, believed to be linked to a group of armed robbers terrorising customers of seafood and mamak restaurants here, hitting five eateries in Cheras, Jinjang and Brickfields since January.The group of at least 10 parang-wielding men would drive in stolen cars, conceal their faces by wearing crash helmets and raid restaurants to rob customers of money and valuables.Police believe they have made a breakthrough in the case following the arrest of three men, in their 20s, who had attempted to strike their sixth target, a seafood restaurant in Kampung Subang on Tuesday night.Petaling Jaya OCPD Asst Comm Arjunaidi Mohamed said the three men were picked up at Kampung Cempaka in Kelana Jaya at around 1.30am on Wednesday.The police also seized a Proton Persona and a Proton Wira, believed to be the stolen cars they used.Those with information should contact the police hotline at +603 2115 9999 or visit the nearest police station.


Robbing restaurant customers and easy victims..


光明日報 Guang Ming Daily

Google translation

Guangming Daily, Guang Ming Daily 59 minutes ago more than 10 violent criminals released on Friday morning before the robbery Cheras Pearl Garden a seafood hot pot restaurants, recreational garden after robbing a mamak stalls, and then on Tuesday morning to grab the first recreational garden a restaurant, after robbing Gombak to a mamak. While police are police patrols around the occasion expected, nothing, banana Lai Bolan ridge 10 miles semi Wednesday morning there are two restaurants just 100 meters away while being robbed. This time, in addition to ruthless looting restaurant diners, and also stole a Toyota Camry sedan. In other words, one hand busy with police patrols, but the robbers side of the car was not wrong according to the robbery, the police did not looked down on, it seems, just is not enough work to strengthen patrols, police and other authorities need to accelerate find solutions to deal with these lawless evil bandit, otherwise, there are more restaurants and diners will definitely suffer.
Guangming Daily, Guang Ming Daily
Posted 59 minutes ago
More than 10 violent criminals robbed on Friday morning before Cheras Pearl Garden a seafood hot pot restaurants, recreational garden after robbing a mamak stalls, and then on Tuesday morning rush recreational garden a restaurant before and after the robbery to a Gombak mamak. While police are police patrols around the occasion expected, nothing, banana Lai Bolan ridge 10 miles semi Wednesday morning there are two restaurants just 100 meters away while being robbed. This time, in addition to ruthless looting restaurant diners, and also stole a Toyota Camry sedan.

In other words, one hand busy with police patrols, but the robbers side of the car was not wrong according to the robbery, the police did not looked down on, it seems, just is not enough work to strengthen patrols, police and other authorities need to accelerate find solutions to deal with these lawless evil bandit, otherwise, there are more restaurants and diners will definitely suffer.
By: Zhangyun Lei


Daily Express

Lim accuses IGP, Zahid of playing politics, tells them to curb crime
Published on: Monday, May 20, 2013

GEORGE TOWN: The country’s new police chief and home minister should stop “playing politics” and start keeping Malaysians, tourists and investors safe from crime and harm, DAP’s Lim Kit Siang said Sunday.

The DAP advisor’s criticism today follows both Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar and Home Minister Datuk Seri Ahmad Zahid Hamidi’s statements about Pakatan Rakyat (PR) rallies and Malaysians unhappy with the electoral results.

“Both should realise that they are being paid by the taxpayers to carry out their primary duty to reduce crime, to protect the safety of Malaysians, tourists and investors and to abolish the fear of crime which is haunting Malaysians in many criminal black spots in the country, instead of abdicating from their duties by playing politics with their positions,” the Gelang Patah MP said in a statement.

“But what is intolerable and unacceptable is the double-standards and the distorted sense of police priorities involved,” he said.

Giving an example of their reversed sense of priorities, Lim cited a front-page report in today’s Mingguan Malaysia broadsheet in which the police chief had said he was investigating a purported opposition plot to overthrow the federal government through street demonstrations.

The DAP veteran said he welcomed the investigation but questioned the basis for it, pointing out it the person who had made the accusations had not even lodged a police report prompting the IGP to instruct his own officers to file one to enable the police to take action.

“When will Malaysia have an IGP who dare to declare and act publicly that his first duty is to defend Malaysians from crime and the fear of crime, and not to play political games to please the political masters of the day?” he asked

Lim accuses IGP, Zahid of playing politics, tells them to curb crime



Murder takes centre stage in PAS Putrajaya campaign

The shocking assassination of Customs Department deputy director-general (operations) Shaharuddin Ibrahim became a key issue at a political ceramah in Putrajaya last night with PAS candidate Husam Musa alleging the crime rate in the nation’s administrative capital is among the highest in the nation.

Murder takes centre stage in PAS Putrajaya campaign – Malaysiakini


Malaysia Chronicle

Saturday, 27 April 2013 21:46

Murder most foul the focus of PAS’ Putrajaya thrust

he shocking assassination of Customs Department deputy director-general (operations) Shaharuddin Ibrahim became a key issue at a political ceramah in Putrajaya last night with PAS candidate Husam Musa alleging the crime rate in the nation’s administrative capital is among the highest in the nation.

Speaking to a large crowd of more than 6,000 people who had braved light rain for the ceramah, Husam said if the culprits responsible are not caught, people would see the crime as a manifestation of their fears over safety and that the escalation of crime cases “is real”.

The PAS vice-president alleged the murder may have been due to Shaharuddin’s tough stance on drug smuggling, and felt such a murder makes Malaysia appear like Colombia which is known for its drug cartels.

He also claimed that CCTV cameras installed may not be able catch the images of the incident.

“If such a shocking incident can happen in the administrative capital, what more anywhere else? I believe that if our police officers are efficient, the murderers could be caught on the same day.

“Should the police fail to catch those responsible, it manifests that the fears of society on escalating crime is real as this happened during the campaign period.

“If Pakatan Rakyat takes over, we will seriously look at reducing crime as we will try and take a different approach than the present BN government,” he said.

Murder most foul the focus of PAS’ Putrajaya thrust


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