FOR passion and sex, several stimulants are readily available in the market for both men and women, according to a report in Harian Metro.
Among the popular products is a colourless fluid in a 5mm bottle marketed as Black Widow and sold at between RM20 and RM30 per bottle.
It is said to arouse women's sexual desire.
The report said the stimulant is usually used by men to arouse their partners by adding a few drops of the fluid into the women's drink.
Another item is a lotion that purportedly helps to delay ejaculation for men.
The paper said there were at least 10 different products, each labelled with provocative pictures of women, which were smuggled in from China.
The flooding of these products in the local market led enforcement officers from the Domestic Trade and Industry Ministry to raid a condominium block in Brickfields, Kuala Lumpur, where they nabbed five Chinese nationals.
The apartment is said to be a store to keep the stimulants and other China-made goods smuggled into the country.
The three women and two men arrested are in their 40s.
The products are categorised as controlled scheduled poison and banned by the Health Ministry as they pose hazardous health effects.
Utusan Malaysia reported that an Indian Muslim group in the Klang Valley has objected to the move by the Malaysian Indian Muslim Congress (Kimma) to get the Government to recognise Indian Muslims born in Malaysia as Malays.
The Selangor and Federal Territory Indian Muslims Pioneer Movement (Apim) said it was totally against the move.
The Indian Muslim community is rich in its own culture and traditions and these should rightly be protected and preserved, the paper reported Apim president Ramli Abdullah as saying.
Kimma does not represent the entire Indian Muslim community in what it is trying to do, he told the paper.
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