Sweden, a country unlike Malaysia…

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* WHEN IN ANOTHER COUNTRY, LEARN ABOUT ITS WAYS AND LAWS!

SWEDEN IS WHERE YOU CAN GO TO JAIL FOR BEATING YOUR KID, EVEN WHEN YOU CONSIDER BEATING AS DISCIPLINING…

This is what a Malaysian couple discovered.

Malaysians jailed for hitting kids in Sweden

 bbb

28 Mar 2014 12:35 GMT+01:00

A Malaysian couple accused of beating their children with sticks and coat hangers have been convicted in a Swedish court and will serve time in prison for “repeated violence”.

The pair, who were arrested last December and who have been held on remand since, were handed their convictions at the Solna district court in Stockholm on Friday.

Shalwati Nurshal, the mother, was handed a fourteen month sentence while the father, Azizul Raheem Awalludin, was slapped with a ten month sentence.

“Even if the violence against the children has often been relatively minor, the offences which the district court concluded fall under the more serious charge of gross violation of integrity involved systematic and repeated violence,” said the presiding judge, Mattias Möller, in a statement.

In court the mother was convicted of gross violation of the integrity of the daughter in the family and the eldest son, as well as the assault of the two younger sons.

The father was also convicted of gross violation of the integrity of the eldest son and for assault of the daughter and the second oldest son.

However, he was acquitted for any offences against the youngest son. The parents must also pay damages to the children.

http://www.thelocal.se/20140328/malaysians-face-prison-for-child-abuse

Swedes catch 40cm ‘rat from hell’ in their kitchen

PICTURES: A Stockholm family was horrified to find a monster “viking” rat living in their kitchen. Pest controllers who were called in to catch the beast found it measured 40 centimetres – not including the tail.

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A family in Solna, north of Stockholm, had no idea what was in store when their pet cat was too scared to go into the kitchen.
“We thought it could be a little mouse, but after a while we figured it couldn’t be because it was making too much noise,” Signe Bengtsson told The Local.
Her worst fears were confirmed while emptying the trash a few days later when she saw a rat guzzling leftovers under the sink.
“It was right there in our rubbish bin, a mighty monster. I was petrified. I couldn’t believe such a big rat could exist,” she said.
“I couldn’t help but do the old classic and jump on the kitchen table and scream.”
As the rat made more appearances over the next day, the family took to stomping around as they passed the kitchen to ensure they wouldn’t meet the rat from hell again.
The rat got caught by the neck soon after, but didn’t die immediately and scurried away behind the dishwasher again. Bengtsson called her husband home to deal with the creature, which later died. He measured the rat to be 39.5 centimetres from nose to the start of its tail.

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