Keep your eyes on the ball and your belongings, too


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  • Sunday, 08 Jun 2014

Stay alert: Be aware of your surroundings when out late to watch football.

PETALING JAYA: With the 2014 World Cup only four days away, many have been busy planning “football outings” with friends and relatives at the pubs, mamak and other eateries with live screenings to enjoy the matches together. The problem is, so might be the criminals, says safety activist Captain K. Bala.

“Crime happens because of opportunity and time. And live sporting events shown late at night or in the early hours of the morning like the World Cup provide the perfect opportunity for crime,” he warned.

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