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RM500 for a Jay Chou doll

AN online sex toy shop is selling inflatable dolls which look like Taiwanese pop star Jay Chou for RM500 each, reported Sin Chew Daily.


Durian noodles a Nanjing favourite

A NOODLE maker in Nanjing city in China’s Jiangsu province has invented a unique dish out of durian that is selling like hot cakes, Kwong Wah Yit Poh reported.


Scramble on to hide gang tattoos

MANY people sporting gang tattoos are seeking help to cover up or change the designs to avoid attracting police attention, reported Nanyang Siang Pau.


‘Millionaire’ retiree ends up losing RM70,000

CHINA Press reported that a 65-year-old woman was so gullible that she believed she had won RM16mil out of the blue. She ended up losing RM70,000 to con artists.


Woman abandons her baby girl with a note

“PLEASE forgive me for leaving the baby in front of your house. I have no money to buy milk powder. I hope you can help,” says the note written by a mother.


Good money in peeling bananas in Singapore

A JOB advertisement in Singa­pore calling for part-timers to peel bananas for a daily salary of between S$40 and S$50 (RM100 and RM125) has received overwhelming response, reported Sin Chew Daily.


Nail-clipping driver busted

A BUS driver in Singapore was subjected to disciplinary action after he was found clipping his fingernails while driving the bus, Sin Chew Daily reported.


Restaurants providing sex to foreign workers

SOME restaurants and coffee shops operating at industrial zones in remote areas in the country are offering prostitutes to foreign workers, reported Sin Chew Daily.


Malaysian woman flies to China to marry paralysed man

A 35-YEAR-OLD Malaysian woman flew thousands of kilometres to Chi­na to marry a paralysed man recently, major Chinese dailies reported.


Man chauffeurs wife to sleep with other men

A MAN in Taiwan has been chauffeuring his 24-year-old wife to hotels to sleep with other men to earn a living, Kwong Wah Yit Poh reported.