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YOUNG and beautiful caddies working at several top golf clubs, which are frequented by high-ranking government officials and businessmen, have been offered thousands of ringgit for companionship, reported Mingguan Malaysia.

The newspaper interviewed several caddies, known as “Class A”, who admitted that they were offered money.

One of them, who wanted to be known as Ika, 20, said she had been seduced with thousands of ringgit just to have an affair with a “Datuk”.

“Since I started working as a caddy, I have been offered more than 20 times to go on a date, travelling or shopping by several Datuks and businessmen as long as I was willing to sleep with them.

“However, I rejected all their offers,” she said.

Her friends also experienced the same situation. They claimed to have been invited to go to a famous resort, besides shopping at high-end boutiques.

Another caddy, who wanted to be known as Suriya, 22, said she would meet men at different hotels after work at the golf club.

She revealed that these men would often take her to karaoke parlours with some buddies before heading to a hotel.

As for “Eina”, this caddy said that she overheard a “Datuk Seri” discussing with three friends at the tee box about business projects.

“I would get a generous tip every time the Datuk Seri plays golf. He also promised to take me shopping,” she said.

> The sound of someone crying led to the discovery of an abandoned baby boy who was thrown from a level two toilet at the Bukit Kajang toll plaza along the Silk Highway on Friday, reported Kosmo!

A 32-year-old woman, who had given birth in the toilet, is believed to have flung out the infant.

Kajang deputy OCPD Mohd Sabri Abdullah said the baby was found with its umbilical cord still intact in a drain by a highway patrol unit when it was changing tyres near the toll plaza.

“The baby, who was covered in blood, was brought to the toll plaza. They covered him with a towel before contacting the hospital and the police,” he said.

The baby, who was rushed to the Kajang Hospital, had swollen and scratch marks on his thigh, right ribs and cheeks, said Mohd Sabri.

Police have detained a toll officer, believed to be the mother.

The woman who is not married, had complained of tummy aches.

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