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Boyfriend in jail, so woman sleeps with his brother


WHILE her boyfriend was in jail, a 38-year-old woman in Taiwan was caught in bed with his younger brother during a police raid, China Press reported.

The woman had bid a teary goodbye to her 40-year-old boyfriend who was arrested by police in September for drug possession.

Two months later when the police raided a house, they found the woman in bed with the jailbird’s younger brother.

The police also found heroin, cash and other evidence in the house.

Seven suspects were also arrested for drug possession.

> Taiwanese artiste Aaron Yan apologised for not handling his personal life well and regretted that his private life had been exposed.

According to Oriental Daily, Yan was seeing three different men at the same time.

One of the boyfriends leaked photos of them kissing and the conversations they had on social media on Tuesday.

Yan returned to Taiwan from China on Wednesday and was silent when reporters asked him about his relationships.

Later, he responded with a 400-word text apology.

“I will review my mistakes and make myself a better person. I am sorry for hurting the people involved.

“I am sorry to my family and fans who have been supporting me,” he wrote.

> Taiwanese pop singer Jolin Tsai posted two photos on Instagram of a huge lizard on her head to show off her new “hairstyle”, Sin Chew Daily reported.

The photos are captioned “#new hairstyle” and “take picture of me” respectively.

The 38-year-old, who is well-known for her bold fashion sense, uploaded the photos on Wednesday.

Tsai was seen wearing a black top without any makeup on and had braided her hair with gold ribbon.

Netizens were shocked to see a huge lizard on her head but she was not at all afraid of it.

The lizard’s claws were resting on Tsai’s forehead.

●  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.

 

   

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