AN economy rice stall in Bukit Raja, Klang, is offering its customers a plate of rice and as many side dishes as they want for only RM6, reported China Press.
Customers would not be charged extra for the side dishes if the food did not fall off their plate or container should they decide to take away the food.
Those who took less than RM6 would be charged accordingly.
The stall owner said while economy rice was not cheap nowadays, he wanted to maintain the affordable price.
> The daily also reported that a headmaster of a kindergarten in Bao’an, Guangdong, China, had been suspended after a pole dancer was hired to perform on the first day of school.
The dancer, wearing a tight fitting crop-top and shorts, danced in front of the crowd comprising parents and preschoolers.
Parents posted a video of the lewd dance and criticised the headmaster, with some even threatening to quit the centre.
The kindergarten authorities later issued an apology and explained they had wanted a dance to add excitement on the first day of school, but did not specify the kind of performance.
>Sin Chew Daily reported that the Seoul city government would be hiring 8,000 female patrol officers to check public toilets for hidden cameras next month.
The officers would be checking toilets in train stations, parks, commercial areas, entertainment outlets and public pools.
Currently, there were only 50 workers who routinely check the 20,554 public toilets in the capital.
Footage of women using these toilets had previously been uploaded onto the Internet.
In 2012, there were 2,400 cases of illegal filming in toilets, increasing to 6,470 cases within five years.
? 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 this ' >'sign, it denotes a separate news item.