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Wednesday January 8, 2014 MYT 11:47:00 PM
Wednesday January 8, 2014 MYT 11:49:06 PM
by nicholas cheng
KUALA LUMPUR: A plucky 20-year-old woman jumped out of a moving car to escape her abductors during a nightmarish 10km hell ride on Monday evening.
The ordeal began at 7pm when the woman was about to drive home from work, when two middle-aged men attempted to break into her MyVi, without realising she was in it.
"She honked the horn but they managed to get in and threatened her with a knife and an axe. They drove off with her in it towards the Subang Airport,” said the victim’s sister, who requested anonymity.
She said the two suspects asked her sister bizarre and threatening questions that made her fear for her life.
"One of them told her his mother was sick and he needed money and asked her for RM200,000. MY sister said there was no point kidnapping her as she didn’t have that kind of money. They also asked for my sister’s address.
"They said they would leave her by the roadside so she can find public transport, but they drove her into a remote area near the airport.
"Then one of them shouted at her 'nak balik rumah pakai baju atau bogel?' (do you want to go home clothed or naked). She was so afraid they were going to rape her that she decided to jump out of the car,” she said.
By chance, a police patrol car was nearby and the victim made picked herself up from the pavement and ran toward the officer, screaming for help.
“Thankfully my sister was not hurt but she is very traumatised by all this,” she said, adding that a police report was lodged at the Lapangan Terbang Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah station.
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