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by natasha joibi
Missing, Jonathan Kemp.
KUALA LUMPUR: What was supposed to be a blissful honeymoon in Malaysia for newlyweds Jonathan Kemp and Alyson Jackson turned sour when Jonathan disappeared from their hotel in Bukit Bintang after a row between the two.
Jackson, 24, said Kemp, 28, stormed out of the hotel after an argument at about 11pm on Friday.
She tried contacting him on his cellphone and Facebook but to no avail.
According to Jackson, her husband was "acting strangely" before rushing out of the hotel.
"He didn’t think he was in Kuala Lumpur. He thought he was back home in Maryport, England.
“I had to remind him where we were,” she told The Star over the telephone on Saturday.
Jackson said her husband "had seen people who were not there.”
Kemp was last seen wearing a pair of black pants and white shirt with purple stripes.
“He had short, dark hair and ginger-coloured stubble,” Jackson said.
The couple, married for about a week, arrived in Kuala Lumpur on Thursday and were bound for Bali, Indonesia on Monday.
Dang Wangi OCPD Asst Comm Zainuddin Ahmad confirmed receiving a missing persons report.
Anyone with information on Kemp's whereabouts can contact 03-2332-9888 (ext: 6907) or the Dang Wangi district police headquarters at 03-2600-2222.
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