One of world's most-wanted paedophiles arrested in small Sarawak town after joint effort with Aussie cops


Alladin (centre) pleaded guilty to 18 charges of molesting five boys and was sentenced to a total of 18 years, six months' jail and 15 strokes of the rotan.

PETALING JAYA: A paedophile who has been operating under the radar for 14 years has been arrested in Lundu, a small town in Sarawak, after joint efforts between Malaysian and Australian police.

The suspect, Alladin Lanim, had been under investigation by the Australian Federal Police (AFP), Queensland Police and the Australian Transactions Reports and Analysis Centre (Austrac) for two years.

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