A FORM One student was caught having sex with a teenager she met on Facebook a month ago, Berita Harian reported.
Her seven-year-old sister inform-ed their uncle after seeing the boy in the girl’s room in Terengganu at around 2pm last Friday.
Setiu OCPD Deputy Supt Ab Rahman Raja Mohamed said the 15-year-old student of a vocational school had gone to the girl’s house about midnight.
“The young couple had sex twice before the incident was exposed,” he said.
DSP Ab Rahman said the teenager tried to run away but was caught by the uncle, who sent him to the police station.
> Ismail Yaacob, the director of Laga, has been condemned for including an intimate scene to attract an audience and make money, Sinar Harian reported.
A trailer for the film shows veteran actor Wan Hanafi Su in an intimate scene with Marsha Milan Londoh, who plays his young wife.
Ismail explained that the “hot scene” merely showed massage techniques to boost fertility.
“Many people may think it is hot, but many married couples still do not know about the techniques shown in the movie. It also symbolises love between husband and wife,” he said.
Ismail said the scene had been edited on the advice of the Film Censorship Board.
“It was ‘hotter’ in the original plot,” he added.
Laga tells the story of people living in the east coast and is scheduled to be released in January.
> The daily also reported that Mohd Faizul Sani emerged as the dark horse winner of the Akademi Fantasia 2013 singing competition.
The student from Tawau defeated favourite Azhael and four others to walk away with the trophy, RM100,000 and a RM100,000 recording contract.
“I did not think I would win because Azhael performed better than me. I thank God and will work hard after this,” he said.
Faizul wowed the judges and audiences with his own single Sepasang Sayap and Faizal Tahir’s Hanyut in the final of the contest on Sunday.
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