Malaysia has 4 in the most dangerous cities in Asia. Surprised?

Are you surprised that Malaysia has 4 of the most dangerous cities in Asia? They are Kuala Lumpur, Petaling Jaya, Klang and Johor Baru.

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

Crime in Malaysia: Lies, Damned Lies and Statistics 4

18 April 2016

Police think it’s a revenge attack!

http://www.thesundaily.my/news/1764364

Man seriously injured in machete attack at restaurant

KUALA LUMPUR: A 34-year-old man was seriously injured when he was slashed by three men armed with machetes at a 24-hour nasi kandar restaurant in Jalan Medan Putra 1, Bandar Manjalara, Kepong here early Sunday.

Sentul police chief ACP R. Munusamy said the victim sustained injuries on both legs in the 2am incident.

He said the victim, who was waiting for his friend at the restaurant, tried to run away when he saw the three men coming out from a car but fell in front of the restaurant.

“The suspects then slashed the victim’s legs several times before escaping,” he said in a statement here.

http://www.thestar.com.my/news/nation/2016/04/17/man-injured-in-machete-attack/?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter

16 April 2016

Kuala Lumpur: Where you can be beaten to death over an accident.

Man found dead in own car following assault by motorcyclists

KUALA LUMPUR, April 15 — A motorist who sped away after knocking into a stationary car outside a restaurant was found dead in his car at Kampung Limau Pantai Dalam here early today.

Initial police investigations revealed the 48-year-old victim was beaten to death by a group of motorcyclists following the collision about 1am.

The unidentified man sustained head and body injuries.

Brickfields police chief ACP Sharul Othman Mansor said five people, aged between 26 and 50, were detained to facilitate investigations into the killing.

– See more at: http://www.themalaymailonline.com/malaysia/article/man-found-dead-in-own-car-following-assault-by-motorcyclists?utm_source=twitterfeed&utm_medium=twitter#sthash.8nVQqQvN.dpuf

Crime in the 2nd most dangerous city in Asia!

11 April 2016

By HANI SHAMIRA SHAHRUDIN –

KUALA LUMPUR: A couple escaped unhurt when they were attacked by three parang-wielding men at Jalan Tembeling, Taman Tasik Titiwangsa here last Wednesday.
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In the 5am-incident, the victims, an 18-year old teenager and his girlfriend had parked their car near the lake, before going for a jog.
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Wangsa Maju district police chief Superintendent Mohamad Roy Suhaimi Sarif said seconds later three men arrived in a Perodua Viva, and charged upon the victims with parangs.
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“The victim attempted to reverse his car but the vehicle got stuck at the road shoulder. The couple then fled on foot.
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“The three assailants smashed the windshield screen and the passenger’s window before torching the car,” he said.

Read More : http://www.nst.com.my/news/2016/04/138596/3-parang-weilding-men-attack-couple-set-car-fire-taman-tasik-titiwangsa

8 April 2016

Robber shot in Johore Baru, the 10th most dangerous city in Asia!

Robber shot after ramming into police cars

By Halim Said – 8 April 2016

JOHOR BARU: A suspected robber was shot when police opened fired shots at a vehicle he was in, as he tried to ram his way out after being blocked by two police cars today.
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The incident began when the two unmarked police cars, which were patrolling along Jalan Susur 3 off Jalan Tun Abdul Razak here, stumbled across the three suspects who were traveling inside a Toyota Estima.
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According to Johor Baru South police chief Assistant Commisioner Sulaiman Salleh, one of the unmarked cars told the suspects to stop by the roadside while the other unmarked car drove pass the suspect’s vehicle and blocked its way.
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“The suspects tried to flee but was unable to move as the vehicle was sandwiched between the two cars.
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In a drastic move to flee, the driver of the Toyota Estima began to drive the vehicle forward and backward, ramming the two unmarked cars,” he said….
….police personnel fired several shots at the suspects’ vehicle in order to stop the driver from continuing his dangerous act.

“One of the shots hit the driver while the two others had minor injuries when they scuffled with the police personnel while being arrested,” he said.

Read More : http://www.nst.com.my/news/2016/04/138109/robber-shot-after-ramming-police-cars

World Atlas

Most Dangerous Cities In Asia

Based on the Numbeo databases’ composite crime indices, these Asian locales are not very welcoming to foreigners, nor very safe for locals.

Everywhere one goes to live, travel, or conduct business, one must keep personal safety and security in mind. For such reasons, Numbeo.com has create a set of crime indices to compare global cities based on relative levels of crime, safety, law, and order. Their multi-factorial analyses take into account such considerations as people feelings on the level of crime therein, recent changes in crime levels, safety walking alone, fears of muggings or robberies, vehicular security, perceived threat of assault and/or battery, being annoyed, harassed, insulted, or solicited by locals, racial, ethnic, and religious intolerance, and the threat of property theft. Using such Numbeo data, we have discussed what are some of the most dangerous cities to be found today on the Asian continent.

10. Johor Baharu, Malaysia

Johor Baharu, the capital of the Malaysian state of Johor and the country’s second largest city, is also a hub of criminal activity, placing it in the top 10 most dangerous cities in Asia. The Chinese newspaper Shin Min Daily News had compiled a list of the top ten crime zones in the city, and these include such places as the Larkin Bus Terminal, infamous for occasional pickpockets, the shopping zones of Taman Johor Jaya and Taman Sentosa, with their cases of snatch thefts by robbers on motorcycles, and even the residential area of Taman Pelangi, which is often associated with frequent reports of car thefts.

5. Klang, Malaysia

Klang is a Malaysian city located 32 kilometers to the west of Kuala Lumpur, and 6 kilometers east of Port Klang. There are a large number of criminal gangs reported to be operating in Klang today, with violent clashes among these gangs being quite frequent. Many of these gangs are operated by the Chinese and Indian peoples in Malaysia. Due to economic developments in the region and changes in industrial policies, a large number of Indian workers were displaced from the rubber plantations in the region, leading to the rise of gangster activities among these economically deprived workers. It is believed that these gangsters originally worked for Chinese gang leaders operating in the region, though many currently run their own Indian gangs in the city.

3. Petaling Jaya, Malaysia

Petaling Jaya is an important Malaysian City located in the Petaling district of Selangor. Though initially it was developed as a satellite township, it was recognized as a city of its own in 2006. The dense population of the city, the large and thriving business community, and a greater number of ‘floating communities’ than seen in other areas are probably all partly responsible for attracting criminals to this city. Besides cases of robberies, thefts, and murders, violent gang wars are also common in Petaling Jaya.

2. Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia’s capital, is a heavily populated city with millions of tourists and businessmen visiting the city each year. Kuala Lumpur suffers from high crime rates as well, and is considered as the second most dangerous city in Asia. An large number of crimes affecting foreigners are also reported in the city. Snatch thefts by thugs on foot or on motorbikes are pretty common in the streets of Kuala Lumpur. Taxis in the city are also infamous for their notorious ambiguity, and these often fool unsuspecting tourists into paying more than they thought. Pickpockets and scam artists flood the streets of Kuala Lumpur daily, grabbing every opportunity to loot a tourist or a local. Besides these petty crimes, serious crimes involving physical violence, murder, rapes, and robberies are also commonly reported in the city.

http://www.worldatlas.com/articles/most-dangerous-cities-in-asia.html

June 16, 2015

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