> Sex dolls being sold in Kuala Lumpur
Some foreigners have been identified "bravely" selling sex dolls to a man in Kuala Lumpur. Buntings promoting sex dolls can be seen around the city and the price of a doll can reach up to RM1,000. Famous in Japan and Taiwan, the doll is able to produce realistic sounds and simulate a human body temperature.
> Shot by a 'pen'
A van driver in Bintulu, Sarawak suddenly collapsed and died after a "ball-pen gun" exploded and hit his chest on Sunday. The 43-year-old died on the spot after he was shot in the heart. The incident happened at 8.30am at Pasar Tamu in Bintulu.
> Woman escapes being abducted in front of her house
A woman escaped abduction by a man when she was getting into her friend’s car in front of her house in Temerloh. The suspect opened the door of the car and tried to pull the victim out, around 8pm Saturday. The woman said the suspect kept saying “follow me” when trying to pull her out from the car. Fortunately, she managed to pull away and her friend quickly drove off. A police report had been lodged.
> Lack of teachers in Chinese primary schools affecting operations
There is still a lack of teachers in Chinese primary schools, and this has affected operations of the schools, said the United Chinese School Teachers Association (Jiao Zong) chairman Ong Chiew Chuan. Ong claimed the relevant authorities did not work hard to settle the problems. “How can we increase the standard of our education under such circumstance?” Ong questioned.
> Elected leaders should be respected by members
Gerakan Youth central committee members should respect leaders elected in party polls, said party deputy president Datuk Dr Cheah Soon Hai. He was commenting on the issue where five committee members from the wing resigned recently. It is learned there was a faction in the wing trying to topple Gerakan Youth chief Tan Keng Liang. Dr Cheah said the party leadership would meet the five committee members to discuss the matter.
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