Compiled by SIRA HABIBU, GAN PEI LING and R. ARAVINTHAN
CLASSY actress Deanna Yusoff (pic), who has remained single for decades, now openly admits to having a love interest, reported Harian Metro.
However, Deanna said she would not reveal anything further because the special someone, as well as family members valued their privacy.
Deanna, who is still gorgeous at 50, also stressed that they have yet to marry.
“It is not important whether I am single or married. What is important is that I am happy with my present life,” Deanna was quoted as saying.
On whether she would pursue her acting career in Hollywood, Deanna said only blonde and blue-eyed actresses were favoured there.
“Competition in Hollywood is stiff, as there are many young and beautiful actresses there,” she said.
Deanna said she would always remember her mother’s advice to remain humble even after becoming popular.
> Those behind prostitution rings are now using technology to market their body-to-body (B2B) massage and sex services via Internet and social media, reported Kosmo.
The list of prostitutes displayed on WeChat is accessible to potential customers of all ages.
Kosmo reported that detailed information was provided, including location of operation.
Fees range from RM200 for every 45 minutes to RM400 every two hours. For overnight service, the charge is RM750.
> A 66-year-old man and his ex-wife are still waiting for the return of their mentally challenged son Mohd Faridul Che Kassim who went missing almost two years ago, reported Sinar Harian.
Che Kassim Mohmmad, said it was the second time his 35-year-old son went missing from their home in Kemaman, Terengganu.
The last time he went missing, he was found in the jungles of Slim River in Perak.
“At that time Farid had walked all the way to Perak. And he could have walked all the way to Johor this time because he had told his mother he wanted to go to Pasir Gudang,” said Che Kassim.
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