A 22-YEAR-OLD man took his girlfriend to his house under the pretext of introducing her to his parents and raped her, China Press reported.
He even took pictures of her naked to blackmail her into being submissive to him.
Initially, the girlfriend, 20, sensed something amiss when no one was at home on Tuesday night in Kuang, Selangor.
She asked to be taken home but the man refused and dragged her into his room where he raped her.
Gombak OCPD Asst Comm Abdul Rahim Abdullah confirmed that the woman had lodged a report.
> A woman in Shandong, China, was so upset about a pay cut that she took out a sanitary pad and tried to wipe it on the face of her employer.
Both of them were discussing salary deduction at the time, Kwong Wah Yit Poh reported.
The woman had earlier complained about her case to the local legal aid centre.
Apparently, her employer had signed an agreement to settle the matter but later insisted that he would not pay up.
The woman got upset and shouted: “What sort of mouth is that? You are breaking promises. Let me wipe it for you.”
The employer was caught off guard but he managed to evade her. However, her action had everyone in the centre in shock.
On his part, the employer claimed that the woman’s salary was deducted for causing chaos and drinking alcohol during a company retreat dinner earlier.
> The daily also reported that Hong Kong celebrity Jordan Chan, 45, and his wife Cherrie Ying, 29, became proud parents of a baby boy named Jasper on Monday.
Jordan also announced that he would take a two-year break from his acting career to enjoy fatherhood. This was despite Ying’s advice to him to continue working.
He said he would only perform stage shows and take on special appearance jobs to earn extra income.
The first-time father said his son weighed 2.7kg and that his lips resembled Ying’s. However, Jasper had a nose like his.
He declined to show pictures of his baby.
*Other News & Views is compiled from the vernacular newspapers (Bahasa Malaysia, Chinese and Tamil dailies). As such, stories are grouped according to the respective language/medium. Where a paragraph begins with this > sign, it denotes a separate news item.
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