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Glue addicts now sniffing cow dung


>Glue addicts now sniffing cow dung
Glue-sniffing addicts have found an alternative to feed their addiction - cow dung. The disgusting substitution was chosen because it is free and can purportedly feed their addiction up to 12 hours. An investigation at a condominium in Sentul, Kuala Lumpur, showed a shocking discovery as a group of addicts approached a few cows nearby. According to a resident, the addicts held a plastic bag behind the cow's anus and collected the waste as the animal defecated.

>‘Celebrity’ clerics recruiting militants for radical group IS
According to the Home Ministry, some "celebrity" international clerics who were invited to deliver talks in Malaysia, have allegedly misused funds collected from mosques to fund militant activities in the Middle East. Some of them had even worked under the guise of Islamic-based non-governmental organisations to help recruit local men to go fight for radical group Islamic State.  Zamihan Mat Zain Al-Ghari, an assistant secretary in the Home Ministry, said these clerics had their targets locked on university students who easily succumb to their propaganda.

>Rozita loses cool, defends 18-year-old
Sultry actress Rozita Che Wan has come under public criticism after her 18-year-old son Ammar Affendy uploaded photos of him socialising in a night club on Instagram. The 41-year old mother was taken to task for not keeping a close eye on her eldest son. Rozita has spoken out in defence of her family and said she closely followed her son's whereabouts and Ammar would also inform her about his activities. Rozita said she lost her cool because it was unacceptable when baseless claims were made against her son.

>Hong Kong protester proposes to girlfriend
A Hong Kong pro-democracy protester proposed to his girlfriend when both of them were participating the "Occupy Central" movement. The man, in his 20s, suddenly knelt down with a diamond ring and proposed marriage to his girlfriend and both of them kissed in front of some 400 protesters.


   

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