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Saturday, 14 June 2014

Caned by wife for refusing sex

A WOMAN from Klang turns violent and will hit her husband with a cane whenever he is not able to meet her sexual needs, China Press reported. And, she wants it every day!

The woman also forced her husband to drink aphrodisiac products to enhance his sexual prowess so he could meet her demands.

The man, who married the woman two years ago, had thought of lodging a police report several times, but did not as he still loved his wife.

However, the abuses continued and he could no longer take it anymore. He decided to seek the help of Selangor Community Policing founder Kuan Chee Heng.

He showed scars on his legs and buttocks. Kuan, however, admitted he was in a bind as he did not know how to handle such a case.

> Kwang Wah Yit Poh reported about a secondary school authority in Kunming that decided to rub faeces on the gates to prevent students from buying food from hawkers stationed outside the school compound.

Many of the students would buy food from the hawkers who would pass the food through the gate.

Since the school authority rubbed faeces on the gate, the buying stopped. However, people in the neighbourhood were angry over the foul smell emitted by the soiled gate.

> Sin Chew Daily reported that Hong Kong film director Oxide Pang rented a house in Beijing for two years for Hong Kong model Liddy Li and her family.

According to China media, Pang got the permission from his wife, Malaysian actress-singer Lee Sin Jie, to do so.

There were speculations that Pang had done that so that Li and her family could stay away from the media. Journalists were hounding her following their affair and after news of her father shooting a neighbour before committing suicide in Hong Kong. Sources said Lee agreed to the arrangement as she felt the media was going after Li because of Pang.

  • 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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