‘I’m still alive,’ says Gerak Khas actor

Local drama Gerak Khas actor Asst Comm Shahron Anuar Abdul Latif, is still alive and kicking contrary to a viral post claiming that he had died in Mecca.

Shahron Anuar, who is the Perak police contingent management department chief, said he had received endless calls and messages from friends and family since Thursday after news of his alleged death went viral.

“I thought it was strange because when I answered the calls, they were thankful and told me about the viral news,” said the actor.

He believed that it was a case of mistaken identity due to similarity on their names and occupation.

The deceased was former Johor CID chief, Supt Shahrul Anwar.

The viral post had provided inaccurate information stating that the deceased was an actor of drama Gerak Khas and had attached a photo of Shahron Anuar.


> Form 4 student bullied and shame over quarrel in WeChat

A Form Four student has accused her senior of hitting and groping her in the school toilet after the duo reportedly argued in WeChat earlier.

The bullying incident, which happened in a secondary school at Selising in Pasir Puteh, Kelantan, was purportedly recorded and shared among a group of students.

Nur Elisa Aikal Mohd Zulazamani, 16, has claimed that the Form Five senior had told her to enter the toilet before she started to hit her in front of other students.

“At first, there were only two seniors in the toilet excluding the suspect. Then another eight students were called in to witness and shame my niece,” said the victim’s aunty Shamsilawati Che Daud.

“The suspect groped and even tried to open her skirt, but Nur Elisa managed to ward her off. One of the students recorded the act,” added Shamsilawati.

The victim was left with bruises over her body and fainted before she was sent to a clinic in Selinsing.

A police report has been lodged but the authority has refused to comment on the case.

District police chief Dept Supt Abdul Rozak Mohammad said both involved parties will be settling the case at school.

> Jay Chou splurges RM12,000 at 5-star hotel in PD

King of Asian Pop Jay Chou spent RM12,000 on a three-day-two-night stay at a presidential suite of a five-star hotel in Port Dickson before his Invincible Concert Tour 2016 today.

Several fans had earlier seen him and his wife Hannah Quinlivan at Kuala Lumpur International Airport on Wednesday.

However, their daughter Hathaway was not in sight.

It is learnt they then travelled to Port Dickson for a vacation before his concert at Stadium Merdeka.

Some fans had even posted pictures of them with Chou on social media as the latter was dining at seafood restaurant.


> Pregnant teacher foils parang-wielding car thief

A pregnant teacher was forced to put up a fight when an armed man tried to steal her car in Subang Jaya.

The 36-year-old woman, who is eight months pregnant, was opening the car door for her daughter after picking her up from a kindergarten at about 5.30pm on Wednesday.

It was then that a man, armed with a parang, grabbed her car key and attempted to drive the car away.

But the teacher did not give in easily. Before the man could drive the car away, the teacher went over and pulled him out from the car.

The suspect shoved her to the ground, before escaping in another waiting vehicle driven by his accomplice nearby.

The teacher suffered injuries on the lips, foreheads and legs.

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