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Monday, 23 June 2014 | MYT 10:53 AM

Two senior citizens nabbed for khalwat

 

 

HARIAN METRO 

> Two senior citizens nabbed for khalwat
A 63-year-old woman and 61-year-old man were caught for khalwat in Jitra, Kedah. The man said he was in the midst of divorcing his wife, while the woman said that she was a widow, whose husband had passed away a year earlier. The couple were detained by officers from the Kubang Pasu Islamic Religious Office for further investigation.

  

UTUSAN MALAYSIA 

> Residents unaware of disabled kid living in filth
Residents of Taman Semarak Flats in Nilai were shocked to hear the news of 15-year-old Muhammad Firdaus Dullah, who was malnourished and left living in filth. The flat joint management body chairman, Abdul Razak Nasir, said none of the residents knew that there was a disabled child living there in such poor conditions, otherwise, they would have lent a hand to find a solution. He said the mother did not socialise with neighbours and was only seen leaving for work and returning home.

  

CHINA PRESS 

> Spycam found in resort bathroom
A 26-year-old sales assistant was shocked to find a miniature video camera at a bathroom in a resort in Malacca on Saturday. The woman claimed the video camera was installed on a hook in the bathroom. The woman, who was on vacation with her friends, also found a memory card in the video camera but failed to retrieve the video from the card. The resort management had suggested the woman to lodge a police report. 

> Five cars damaged in parking lot fire
Five cars parked at an open car park in Jalan P. Ramlee near KLCC were damaged when one of the car’s engine caught fire at about 9.15am, Sunday. The car’s owner, a 35-year-old sales assistant, said she had not seen smoke coming out from the engine compartment when she parked her car at the lot, 10 minutes before the incident. No one was injured in the incident. 

 

GUANG MING DAILY 

> Body of premature baby found in fast food outlet toilet
A body of a premature baby was found at a toilet of a fast food outlet in Jalan Kota, Taiping. The baby was believed to be about 32 weeks. A customer was shocked to see the body and informed the person-in-charge of the outlet at about 10pm on Friday. Police are investigating the case.

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