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Thursday, 12 June 2014

Mobile phone found in vagina

TO prevent detection a pickpocket hid a handphone in her vagina after she was caught stealing at the SS2 night market in Petaling Jaya, China Press reported.

The woman, who is a Vietnamese, used a blade to cut open the handbag of a victim before taking her purse and handphone at about 8pm on Monday.

Sources said several community policemen and hawkers, who were at the market, witnessed her act and decided to trail her.

They stopped the woman when she was putting the loot in a lorry parked in the area and took her to a nearby police station.

At the police station, the woman, who was wearing a long dress, inserted the handphone into her vagina when the people around did not pay attention. However, police later retrieved the handphone from her.

> A 25-year-old woman was forced to prostitute herself by her father for the past eight years, Sin Chew Daily reported.

The father, who is from Kajang, would charge between RM300 and RM500 each time, sources said.

It was reported that the woman received nearly one thousand customers, who were mainly professionals, in the past eight years.

Police detained the father for further investigation after receiving a police report.

> Kwong Wah Yit Poh reported that the teenage daughter of Hong Kong film director Oxide Pang, who was previously staying with Malaysian actress-singer Lee Sin Jie (pic), has moved out to stay with Lee’s relative.

Lee Sinje posing for pictures before her interview with MetroNorth. *** Local Caption *** Actress with a cause: Lee Sinje will speak about her journey as a child sponsor.

It is understood that this was a temporary arrangement made by Lee, as she did not want Pang’s 14-year-old daughter Yan Yan from a previous marriage, to be affected by her current condition.

Sin Chew reported that Pang’s close friend said Pang, who left Kuala Lumpur on Monday, would be back in Malaysia to accompany Lee once he settled his work in Beijing.

Pang was caught openly kissing and hugging Hong Kong model Liddy Li in Hong Kong last month.

  • Found in translation is compiled from the vernacular newspapers (Bahasa Malaysia, Chinese and Tamil dailies). As such, stories are grouped according to the respective language/medium. Where a paragraph begins with a >, it denotes a separate news item.

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