Student sells used panties online to pay for fees


  • Nation
  • Saturday, 25 Dec 2010

A COLLEGE student in Singapore is selling her used panties online for S$45 (RM104) each, Sin Chew Daily reported.

There was an added “bonus” for customers who buy two panties each – they will receive a free video clip of the 19-year-old taking off the lingerie but her face was not shown.

It also said that she had sold 16 panties so far.

The daily said the girl, known only as Felicia, started her sexual fetish business last month through her blog. About 200 people left their comments on her blog. She said she ventured into the business to earn some pocket money and to pay for her tuition fees.

“All the panties will be worn by me for at least 12 hours before being sold,” she said in her blog.

Felicia first sold the lingerie for S$30 (RM70) each but increased the price this month.

Felicia, however, refused to come forward for a personal interview and later decided to stop giving out the free video clips.

“I cannot reveal my identity and let others know who I am,” she said.

> China Press and Sin Chew Daily reported that a naked 19-year-old girl was rescued after she was found clinging on to the window of a hotel in Singapore.

Police and civil defence department personnel brought her down using a skylift.

The girl, who is believed to be in a state of shock, was seen crying non-stop for her mother. A passer-by known only as Daim, had earlier tried to calm her down while waiting for help.

A police spokesman told newsmen that the girl had been detained to facilitate investigations for allegedly attempting to commit suicide.

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