A MAN wearing a white lab coat went around a hospital pretending to be a doctor and molested six women.
Harian Metro reported that the latest victim, a 25-year-old woman, lodged a police report in Pandan Indah, Kuala Lumpur, after she was molested by the so-called doctor on Wednesday night.
The victim said she saw the “doctor” walking around the ward. He approached her and said that he was going to examine her but molested her instead.
After he left, the woman checked with a nurse and found out that the man was neither a doctor nor, hospital employee.
Apparently, the man had been doing the same thing for four months but his previous victims did not lodge police reports.
> An 80-year-old woman, Limah Yunus, was hit by a train as she was sitting by the railway tracks in Gua Musang, Kelantan, reported Sinar Harian.
Her body was hurled about three metres away. She died on the spot.
Limah, who stayed with her family about 40m from the railway station, had been behaving strangely of late.
She had wandered out alone near the tracks a few days earlier, said her son Azman Awang, 44.
“She once went missing after she climbed out of a window. We discovered her sitting on the tracks at 2am. Luckily, there was no train then,” he recalled.
Seventeen-year-old Nurul Anis Ramli said her grandmother had apologised to her profusely for some unknown reason, prior to the accident.
> A businessman, who is a Datuk, has denied that he was once married to singer Misha Omar, Kosmo! reported.
The talk came about after a woman posted on Facebook, asking Misha, 32, to come clean about her marital status.
Misha had denied it, saying that people should back their claims with proof that she was married before.
The businessman sent out a message, saying: “I have never married Misha Omar. It’s untrue. I sympathise with Misha as she is getting married.”
Misha had earlier announced that she was tying the knot with Malaysia Airlines pilot Firos Ezzwan Rossly, 32, in May.
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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