A MEDIUM in Puchong molested two teenage girls during an “exorcism” ceremony, reported China Press.
It was reported that the medium, 57, befriended one of the girls’ mother, a banana fritter seller, at her stall two months ago.
On March 21, when the mother told the man that her daughter, 14, and niece, 17, were being disturbed by spirits, he claimed that he was a medium and was able to chase away the spirits.
He then took the two girls to a secluded place and asked the younger one to wait a distance away while he carried out “exorcism” on her cousin. He then touched the girl’s neck, fondled her breasts and private parts. He then took the younger victim to a vacant factory nearby and did the same to her.
It was reported that the girls were too shocked to do anything and did not dare to fight back.
A police report was lodged after the younger girl told her mother what had happened.
Police arrested the man and the case has been classified as using criminal force with intent to outrage a person’s modesty under Section 354 of the Penal Code.
> Nanyang Siang Pau reported that a car passenger was caught on video stealing the handbag of an accident victim at the Kajang-Seremban Highway on Monday night.
The video, believed to be recorded by the passenger of a passing car was uploaded on Facebook.
But a woman, who claimed to be the car owner, explained that the man who took the bag was a friend of her brother. The latter was driving the car at that time.
She said she would lodge a police report over the matter.
> Sin Chew Daily reported that family members of the five Johor businessmen who died from a gas leak in an apartment in Nanning, China, were unable to bring back their bodies, 10 days after the incident.
In a special report, a reporter from the daily met some of the family members at a hotel in Nanning.
The family members, who declined to be named, said they were not updated of the incident, which occurred on March 15, and how their loved ones died.
They were also not brought to the unit where the incident took place.
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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