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> Woman exposes breasts on Facebook
A woman has become the “talk of town” after she kept posting photos of her breasts on Facebook. The woman, who is believed to be from Pontian, Johor, had set up her fan page on June 20. Some netizens had slammed her but others “supported” the woman by urging her to upload more photos.
> Actress Fann Wong delivers baby boy
Singaporean actress Fann Wong, who is married to Malaysian actor Christopher Lee, delivered a baby boy on Aug 10. Lee shared the news on Facebook by posting the photo of their son, Zed. On his message, Lee praised his 45-year-old wife and welcomed Zed to the family. Wong and Lee, who are based in Singapore, tied the knot five years ago.
> Husband splashes acid on ex-wife and daughter
A man splashed acid on his 34-year-old ex-wife and 11-year-old daughter while they were sleeping in their home in Sibu, Sarawak. The suspect had trespassed into the house and attacked the victims, who suffered burns on their thighs and backs. According to the woman, the couple had divorced two years ago because the suspect was hot tempered.
> Atilia was a colicky baby
Singer Raja Outri Atilia Raja Haron, who will be turning 40 this September, suffered colic when she was a baby. Her mother, Salamiah Hassan, 63, revealed that Atilia’s crying fits were too difficult to handle for her late grandmother that she ended up bringing her daughter to Kuala Lumpur.
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