Puteri accidentally slices off a chunk of her finger


ACTRESS Puteri Aishah had to be admitted into a private healthcare facility after she accidentally sliced off a chunk of her finger, Berita Harian reported.

Her manager Iman Tang said a chunk of her left pinky had been sliced off by a knife when she was cutting fruit.

“It could be that the fruit was too hard or the knife’s edge was sharp, but she cut her finger until a chunk of it was sliced, and there was a lot of bleeding.

“Puteri was taken to a private hospital in Ampang to get treatment. According to the doctor’s report, the injury to the finger was pretty serious and it needed immediate surgery, ” he said.

> Malaysian astronaut Datuk Dr Sheikh Muszaphar Shukor and his wife welcomed a second pair of twins, the daily also reported.

Dr Sheikh Muszaphar said his wife Datin Dr Halina Mohd Yunos gave birth to a twins, a boy and a girl, at Sunway Medical Centre. “The boy was born at 9.47am weighed 2.26kg, while the girl was born at 9.48am weighed 2.17kg.

“No sleep for Dr Halina, it’s breastfeeding every two hours, ” he said in an Instagram post on Saturday.

He joked that he was already planning for their next baby, though he needs “to convince Dr Halina first”.

The couple have four more children: Sophea Isabella, aged nine, Sophea Natasha, aged seven, and twin boys Sheikh Adam and Sheikh Noah, both aged three.

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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