> Buys iPhone 6, gets biscuits instead
A 40 year-old woman thought she was buying a pre-loved iPhone 6 for her son as a gift from an online website but received biscuits instead when the parcel arrived at her doorstep. "Initially, the seller puts RM2,050, and voluntarily offered discount lowering the price to RM1,890 if I was interested to buy," the mother said sharing her shopping experience. She had first deposited RM300 into a bank account and paid another RM590 when she was told that the parcel was on its way. Six days later, the victim was shocked to see small packets of biscuits in the iPhone 6 box instead of a real phone. The victim said she would be lodging a complaint to the Ministry of Domestic Trade, Cooperative and Consumerism.
> Fradulent 'zam zam' water in the market
There are reportedly at least three brands selling questionable "zam zam" water in the Malaysian market. Lab tests also showed that one of the brands was contaminated because it was found to contain certain level of microbes. The tests conducted at the Melaka Biotechnology Corporation found that total dissolved solids (TDS) level of the three brands were musch lower than the genuine water from Saudi Arabia. All three brands were sold as zam zam water sourced and imported from Saudi Arabia. Two brands were also tested to be acidic while it is supposed to be alkaline.
>Woman was raped and punched by foreigner boyfriend
A woman allegedly raped by her foreigner boyfriend several times before she managed to seek help. The suspect and his friends had gone to the victim’s house in Bangsar at about 11pm on May 4. The victim was punched when she did not allow the suspect’s friends to go in the house as well. She was then raped by the suspect while his friends who were still in the house, sources said. The victim managed to run out from the house when the suspect and his friends were drunk at about 4.30am the next day.
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