Compiled by SIRA HABIBU, C. ARUNO and R. ARAVINTHAN
GIRLS as young as 13 in Malaysia have been lured into becoming “sex slaves”, reports Sin Chew Daily.
In an exclusive report, the daily reported that one of their reporters pretended to be an underage girl and had gotten in touch with a Twitter user who was recruiting girls who wanted to become sex slaves.
The reporter found out there was an online community looking for women to partake in a master-slave relationship.
Women playing the role of a slave would have to undergo “slave training”, which could include whipping and being tied up, to change their behaviour in a manner which was pleasing to the “master”.
According to the report, the youngest girl within their circle was only 13 years old.
What was shocking was that there were not only men but also married couples looking for slaves.
A lawyer also said he recently received a letter about a 14-year-old girl who got tricked into becoming a sex slave to a group of men without her parents’ knowledge.
The daily will be publishing a more in-depth report on their investigation today and urged parents to keep tabs on their children’s online activities, lest they fall victim to child grooming.
> In an online post mourning the death of Taiwanese actor and pop star Alien Huang, professional cheerleader Qun Qun confirmed rumours that they were involved romantically, reports Sin Chew Daily.
“I don’t want to pretend anymore. I’m sorry that our promise has been broken. Thank you for caring for me and for having doted on me all this while,” Qun Qun wrote on Instagram on Wednesday.
Huang, more popularly known to fans as Little Ghost, was found dead in his apartment bathroom in Taipei’s Beitou District on Wednesday morning.
The 36-year-old was rumoured to be dating Qun Qun after he was photographed to have spent a night at her place in June.
However, he denied the rumours in a statement later.
Qun Qun wrote in the post that she was happy in the relationship even though they did not announce it to the public.
Huang is believed to have slipped and fallen in the bathroom and later died from head injuries.
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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