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Hubby catches ACP with her lover


Compiled by CRYSTAL CHIAM SHIYING, CLARISSA CHUNG and R. ARAVINTHAN  

A POLICE officer’s husband lodged a report against his wife for having an affair with a policeman.

China Press reported that the man caught his wife, who is an Assistant Commissioner of Police, and her lover at his house in Sri Petaling in Kuala Lumpur, at about 5pm on Sunday.

The Chinese daily quoted a source as saying that the husband had for some time suspected his wife of having an affair and decided to tail her.

“He followed the woman to Jalan Sungai Besi at 3pm on that day, and saw her meeting a man, before both of them went back to his house in Sri Petaling.

“He tried to get into the house but found out that his wife had changed the padlock. So, he pried open the door.

“He was shocked to see his wife and the lover half-naked in the room,” the source said.

The source said the angry man took photographs of the two before lodging a police report.

The man also hoped that the force would take disciplinary action against the duo.

> The daily also reported that a 16-year-old girl was allegedly raped by her boyfriend after the man fed her with drugs.

The incident happened at a hotel in Bandar Sunway, in mid-October, and the girl told her parents about the incident on Friday, before they lodged a police report.

A police source said the girl had gone on a date with her boyfriend and the man took her to a hotel before confining her there.

He then punched and kicked the girl and forced her to take syabu.

“As the girl was frightened, she took the drug. She only realised that she was raped when she woke up the next morning,” the source added.

The man also took away the girl’s handphone and told her that he would pay her RM1,000.

He also warned the girl not to tell anyone about the incident, or he would go after and harm her.

The police are investigating the case under Section 376 of the Penal Code for rape and they are tracking down the suspect.

The above article 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.
   

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