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Married GROs caught

GEORGE TOWN: At least six men turned up at the Patani Road police station claiming that their wives were among 28 foreign guest relations officers (GROs) arrested during a raid at an entertainment outlet here yesterday.


Cops see through nightspot’s blackout ploy

GEORGE TOWN: Police had to use torchlights during a vice raid at a nightspot here following a blackout believed to have been deliberately caused to enable suspects to escape under cover of darkness.


20 foreign women nabbed at karaoke joint

IPOH: Twenty foreign women were arrested during an operation by the state police in Sitiawan, about 85km from here.


22 foreign women arrested for prostitution

IPOH: A total of 22 foreign women, believed to be involved in prostitution, were picked up by police in various locations over the weekend.


GROs nabbed in Bukit Bintang raid

Police arrested 21 foreign guest relations officers aged between 20 and 26 years in an anti-vice operation codenamed Ops Noda at a restaurant in Jalan Inai, opposite Bukit Bintang here on Thursday night.


Foreign call girls work from ‘home’

FOREIGN prostitutes especially those from China have resorted to operating from home following the police's constant raids on health centres, some of which are fronts for brothels and karaoke lounges.


Gambling ring busted in Kuantan

A syndicate specialising in four-digit betting was crippled with the arrest of three suspects, including a juvenile, during a raid at a house in Inderapura near here.


Cracking down on foreign vice workers

POLICE will not tolerate any foreign women entering the country as tourists to work as vice workers, said George Town OCPD Asst Comm Azam Abd Hamid.


Kedah denies sabotaging tourism programme

The Kedah Government has denied that its raids on entertainment outlets in Langkawi were to sabotage tourism activities.


Don’t sabotage tourism activities, PR states told

Pakatan Rakyat states have been urged not to sabotage activities or programmes carried out by the Tourism Ministry.