Wife had ‘premonition’ of husband’s death


  • Nation
  • Wednesday, 01 Jul 2020

Compiled by HANIS ZAINAL, CHOW HOW BAN and R. ARAVINTHAN

A WOMAN from Pasir Mas, Kelantan, begged her husband to cancel his trip with friends to catch cuttlefish but he refused and he then died after his boat sank near Kemasin, reported Sinar Harian.

“I pleaded with him not to go, but he insisted as they had planned the trip a week before,” said Rosmaliza Rosdin, whose husband Mohd Syafizan Daud, 43, was one of four victims of the Monday night tragedy.The boat carrying 20 people including the skipper and crew, aged between 18 and 60 years, went down in a storm.

A search and rescue operation is under way for the missing anglers.

Rosmaliza, 42, said the last she heard from her husband was at 7.35pm on that fateful day.

“He told me that he would be back by noon the following day as I saw him off,” she said.

The nurse said she also went for a check-up at Hospital Lati, where she works, due to anxiety before she knew about her husband’s death.

“At that time, the doctor said I was fine. But it turned out to be a premonition of his death,” she said.

> A post by a Nigerian on his obsession with pisang goreng has gone viral, with many Malaysians replying to say that they shared his love for the popular Malaysian snack, reported Sinar Harian.

Emmanuel Olalere posted a screencap of him texting a pisang goreng seller on whether the snack was available for the day, with the caption: “Hi, my name is Emmanuel and I have a pisang goreng addiction”.

The post quickly went viral on Twitter after Olalere uploaded it on Sunday.

Olalere, 28, who is pursuing a Masters in Entrepreneurship at a local university, told the daily that he would buy pisang goreng every day from a stall in Mutiara Damansara.

Olalere said he has tried a variety of pisang goreng, including cheese-coated ones, but preferred the original version.

> Berita Harian reported that Ali, the vocalist for rock band XPDC, was recovering from burns he suffered during an incident in March.

Ali, whose real name is Mohd Ali Ismail, suffered burns on his face, hands and legs while burning rubbish using petrol at his house in Kampung Rantau Panjang, Klang, on March 26.

The 52-year-old told the daily that he was still on painkillers and lost his appetite.

Ali said he lost almost 20kg and was having trouble sleeping.

The above articles are 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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