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> Kidnappers allegedly targeting primary students in Bangi
Students in S7 Bandar Baru Bangi are being targeted by kidnappers, eyewitnesses claim. According to a witness, an MPV has been spotted in the vicinity of Sekolah Kebangsaan Seksyen 7 in Bandar Baru Bangi. The man claims he saw three men luring students into the MPV by treating them ice-creams. The witness, who only identified himself as Radi said he approached the MPV and found four Year Three students inside the car eating ice-creams after a petty trader told him that the individuals were acting suspiciously. “I pulled them out of the car and told them to get back to school,” he said. Selangor police are still investigating the case where two men in a white van allegedly attempted to kidnap a seven-year-old boy from the same school.
>Twin brother poses as deceased sibling for centenarian grandmother
A family decided to let a twin brother pose as a sibling who had recently died so as not to upset their 102-year-old and ailing grandmother, who had been living with the deceased before he suffered a stroke and died on Wednesday. The family said the woman had a close bond with her deceased grandson and they were worried that the truth of his death would make her depressed.
> Many Teluk Intan men suffer from ED, survey says
Many men in Teluk Intan, Perak suffer from erectile dysfunction due to diabetes, a University Kebangsaan Malaysia community health survey has found. A family healthcare expert from the university said that based on initial research findings, many of the men were unaware of their condition prior to medical examinations being carried out.
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