Harian Metro reported that singer Siti Nurhaliza’s (pic) manager has called to stop spreading rumours on Facebook that the singer was pregnant.
“I am very disappointed by the actions of Kaki Share for uploading the fake news.
“Worse still, many people end up sharing the news on their on pages,” said Rozi Abdul Razak when she was interviewed.
> The residents of a village in Selangor are living in fear after a man discovered eight black cobras nesting just outside his house, Kosmo! reported.
Many in Kampung Pasir Panjang were shocked as it was the first time that they had encountered such a problem.
Mohd Fadhli Mohd Ansar, who discovered the snakes, said he had been feeling uneasy ever since he found snake skin in his front yard.
“I told my mother and she told me to burn the pile of coconut husks where the snakes had been hiding,” he said.
Fadhli said he was frightened for his life when one of the snakes tried to attack him.
Mohd Fuad Bibet, who is the head of the Civil Defence Department in Sabak Bernam, told the daily that it took four men to capture the snakes before handing them over to the Department of Wildlife and National Parks.
> Berita Harian reported that a 300kg man had to be brought back to his home from a hospital on a truck.
Majidee Abu Bakar, 32, whose left foot weighed 20kg due to elephantiasis, had to seek help from the Kedah Fire and Rescue Department as soon as he was released from the Alor Setar hospital.
- Found in translation 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 a >, it denotes a separate news item.