Bomb scares in Malaysia and Singapore: We are all nervous but please don’t blame us…

Ever since the Jakarta blasts and Tengku Adnan’s scare-mongering, who can blame us for being nervous?

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21 December 2017

Dec 19

Be prepared for bag checks at crowded areas during Christmas period: Police

20 Dec 2017 11:05AM


SINGAPORE: Security personnel will be deployed for crowd control duties at Orchard Road, Clarke Quay and Gardens by the Bay, in view of the large crowds expected on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day, the police said on Wednesday (Dec 20).

In a press release, the police said officers from the Protective Security Command, Emergency Response Teams and the Special Operations Command will also be patrolling during the festive period.

Security personnel may conduct checks on bags and personal items, police said.

Crowd control barricades and directional signs will also be put up to “facilitate safe and orderly dispersal”, which may be slow due to large crowds, they added.

Police advised the public to be vigilant against “opportunists who may commit molest”.

“There were previous incidents where individuals had sprayed foam into victims’ eyes before committing molest.”

The public is also reminded to look after their belongings at all times, be cautious when approached by strangers and avoid contact with unruly crowds.


22 January 2016

Bomb scare at college Kota Damansara; is your scare tactic responsible for the jitters, Tengku Adnan?

Malaysian university evacuated after bomb scare

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KOTA DAMANSARA (Malaysia) — The Kota Damansara campus of a local university was cleared out this morning (Jan 22) over concerns of a possible bomb there.

According to a security officer, the students were directed to leave the compound around 11am following the discovery of an unattended bag.

Police personnel are currently on location, but refused to provide confirmation, telling reporters to await an official statement.

Petaling Jaya police chief ACP Mohd Zaini Che Din clarified during a press conference that there was no bag found, and that the evacuation was prompted by a reported bomb sighting that was made to the university in a phone call around 10am.

“They got a call from someone speaking in English. He (the caller) said he saw some Iranian guy putting a bomb in one of the toilets,” he told reporters.

Mr Mohd Zaini said that after being notified by the university, the police proceeded to evacuate the campus with over 2,000 students to conduct a full search of the premises.

“We had to evacuate and check because don’t know what toilet the bomb is in,” he explained.

The university reopened at 2pm and students have re-entered, but police presence remained heavy as investigations are still on going.

Private university in PJ evacuates campus following bomb hoax

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[LATEST]: Bomb scare: No explosive device found at Segi College in Kota Damansara this afternoon – Petaling Jaya ACP


Akibat panggilan bom palsu, 2,000 penuntut universiti swasta di Mutiara Damansara terpaksa keluar dari universiti itu 10.10 pagi tadi-KPD PJ

chill out.

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So Segi uni had a bomb threat and be reporting

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Stay safe people! ☝🏻 Suspected bomb alert in Segi University! 💣 Be alert!

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There’s a bomb threat in Segi University KD, they assume. Is this true? Whatever/wherever it is, stay safe everyone!

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SEGi Kota Damansara right now. Everyone out of campus.

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More pics from SEGi.

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Students evacuated since 11 am at Segi Kota Damansara. Police investigating now

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Students, staff evacuated after bomb scare at campus in PJ

Students and staff of a university campus in Petaling Jaya were evacuated following a bomb scare.

A police source said the bomb disposal unit is currently checking the premises.

He also revealed that the scare was due to an unattended bag found in the college.

21 January 2016

COCONUTS | 22-year-old arrested for threatening to bomb City Hall on social media

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Man arrested for threatening to bomb City Hall

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SINGAPORE — A 22-year-old man has been arrested for posting a threat on social media to bomb City Hall.

Police said in a statement today (Jan 21) that the suspect was arrested shortly after a report was made on Jan 14.

It was believed that the suspect had posted the comments as a hoax, said the police. Investigations into the case are ongoing.

YAHOO | 22-year-old man arrested for bomb threat against City Hall

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Man nabbed in front of army camp following bomb scare


Mentally-ill man nabbed while trying to enter army camp in KL

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Military housing at Kementah army camp. A mentally unstable man disrupted the camp after declaring to be an Isis member carrying a bomb. – NRY pic, January 20, 2016.

A mentally unstable man sent guards at an army camp in Kuala Lumpur into full alert mode after declaring himself an Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (Isis) member and was carrying a bomb.

City police chief Datuk Tajuddin Md Isa said initially the man, in the 8pm incident, arrived at the Kementah army camp along Jalan Padang Tembak in a taxi.

He then claimed to be an Isis militant and was carrying a bomb inside the taxi.

The taxi driver, upon hearing this, fled the scene immediately to find cover.”The military police personnel then conducted checks on the vehicle, they only found a bottle of drinking water and some pills believed to be for mentally-ill patient.

“There was no sign of banned material found in the vehicle,” said Tajuddin.

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19 January 2016

The Rakyat Post

Suspected bomb turns out to be just an empty box

A policeman taking away the box covered with black plastic. — Bernama pic

Package sparks bomb scare at Sri Putramas 1 condominium Read More :

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By FAISAL ASYRAF – 19 January 2016 @ 9:53 PM

KUALA LUMPUR: A black plastic package hung from a tree at the Sri Putramas I condominium in Jalan Kuching sparked a bomb scare today.
The black plastic packaging contained a polystyrene box, that was hung on a tree located five meters from two gas cylinder storage rooms.
A bomb disposal unit was despatched to the scene but found the polystyrene box empty.
The unit took around an hour to bring down and inspect the box before safely concluding that it was free from explosive elements and that the area was safe from any imminent danger.

Earlier, Sentul Fire and Rescue department received a distress call at 5pm from police regarding the object. Firemen arrived shortly, followed by the bomb disposal unit.

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19 January 2016

Panic over unattended bags at two places

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Police officers cordoned off the area surrounding an unattended bag that caused a brief panic at a bus terminal in Queen Street on 15 January 2016. Photo: Wanbao Reader

Two unattended bags gave bystanders cause for worry in separate incidents – at a bus terminal in Queen Street and at Woodlands Checkpoint – last Friday.

Chinese evening daily Lianhe Wanbao on Saturday reported witnesses as saying they were afraid the bags – a backpack and a luxury handbag – contained explosives.

Police officers were seen surrounding the suspicious-looking bags, which were later claimedby their owners.

Mr Xu Wei Lin, who was at the bus terminal on Friday, said: “The Jakarta bombing was still fresh in everybody’s mind.”

On Thursday, a bomb went off in Jakarta, killing eight people and injuring more than 20.

Militants from the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria terrorist group have claimed responsibility for the attack.

The owner of the bag found in Queen Street was a Mr Wong.

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17 January 2016

Two unattended bags cause bomb scare in KL shopping mall

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KUALA LUMPUR — Police deployed a bomb squad to a popular shopping mall here today (Jan 17) after the management reported the discovery of two backpacks left unattended on the second level.

According to Dang Wangi district police chief Asst Comm Zainol Samah, the bomb disposal unit arrived at the mall in the Bukit Bintang area around 1pm and proceeded to inspect the bags, which were found to contain clothes.

“The bags’ owners were South Korean tourists who arrived on January 11. They had left their bags there to go shopping,” he said in a statement today.

Mr Zainol said the tourists were released after they explained the incident satisfactorily to the police.

He also denied that the mall had been evacuated due to the bomb scare.

Police in Kuala Lumpur have been on red alert since Jakarta, Indonesia was attacked by suspected Islamic State militants this week.

The anxiety was compounded this morning when Federal Territories Minister Tengku Adnan Mansor revealed that popular tourist and shopping spots in the Klang Valley were being targeted by terrorists.

South Korean tourists’ backpacks spark mini scare in Pavilion

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