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Sometimes, there is a lot of truth in the saying that all that glitters isn’t always gold. Appearances can be deceptive, and it always helps to make sure you keep a close eye on things before going out on a limb to make wild claims about another person, before you wind up embarrassing yourself.

Well, these young women wound up having to endure a pretty harrowing, if not downright embarrassing situation when they were hauled in by members of the police over a complete mistake for a crime that they didn’t even commit, according to this Facebook post.

What had initially meant to be a dream, luxe birthday escapade for Sharonia Paruntu and her friends turned into an absolute nightmare when Sharonia and her friends wound up being arrested and hauled out of their 5-star hotel in the blink of an eye. This story was shared by Stanley Paruntu, who says he is Sharonia’s father.

And why did this entire mess even happen in the first place, you ask? All because the hotel staff who came in to clean up their room found a small plastic bag containing a bit of white powder, and noticed that a glass panel on the shower had shattered. One plus one = drug party, right?

According to Sharonia, two of their friends had somehow wound up trapped inside the shower at 2am and couldn’t get the door open. Despite multiple efforts at trying to pull it to budge, the door remained firmly held in place. They even broke the glass panel as a result of trying to force it open.

As they resorted to calling room service, the girls probably didn’t expect the whole situation to get a whole lot worse, as Sharonia explains over her Insta Story:

“Just got back from Police Cantonment Complex from 14 hours locked up, because W Hotels Singapore accused me of bringing drugs to their hotel. But it’s an armpit powder to make your armpit less stinky lol. And they didn’t ask me first what is it.

And they arrested me and my friends for 14 hours. Thank you W Hotels for a nice birthday present.”


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The cops have nabbed four men believed to have been behind SG Nasi Lemak, the Telegram chat group exposed earlier this month for disseminating obscene videos and images as well as promoting vice activities within the channel. 

According to the Singapore Police Force, the four suspects — aged between 17 and 37 — were arrested at various locations islandwide yesterday (Oct 14) after their identities were established through investigations. 

They will be charged in court today with conspiracy to commit distribution of obscene materials, which could land them in prison for three months and/or a fine. 

SG Nasi Lemak

Prior to its closure in early October, SG Nasi Lemak had well over 44,000 active members and up to 46,000 at its peak. The members consist of mostly Singaporean males who’d share and comment on nudes and lewd videos featuring young local women — content that they might have shared privately but leaked onto SG Nasi Lemak without consent. 

Sometimes it would even be images of fully-clothed women stolen from their social media profiles, with members making crude sexual comments and requesting their nudes, if any. 

Aside from sharing pornographic material, SG Nasi Lemak was also used as a platform for vice activities, including the sale of outlawed items such as e-cigarettes and sexual-enhancement drugs, and even sexual services by independent sex workers. 

Though the group is believed to have been around for close to a year, it was only in the tail end of September that the local Twitterverse got to know about its existence. Facing widespread criticism and infamy, it shut down. 

Investigations and arrests

According to the police, reports against SG Nasi Lemak have been lodged as early as March 15. It was only several months later that officers from Ang Mo Kio Police Division established the identities of the people behind SG Nasi Lemak. 

Investigations revealed that a 26-year-old man and 37-year-old man are the administrators of the Telegram group, while two teens — aged 19 and 17 — are the distributors of the obscene materials. Over 10 electronic devices were seized as case exhibits, including a PC, a laptop, a hard disk and several mobile phones. 

“Members of the public are advised to stop soliciting in any lewd website or joining such online platforms and illicit chat groups,” asserted the Singapore Police Force. 

“The Police takes a serious view of anyone involved in criminal activities and will continue to take tough enforcement actions against those breaking the law.”

As laudable as the arrests may be, SG Nasi Lemak is only one of the dozens (if not hundreds) of private chat groups that exist on Telegram to circulate smut. 


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DHAKA, Bangladesh – A Bangladeshi man who forcibly shaved his wife’s head after finding a hair in his breakfast has been arrested, police said on Tuesday (Oct 8), as rights groups warned that violence against women was rising in the conservative Muslim nation.

Police raided a village in the north-western district of Joypurhat and arrested Bablu Mondal, 35, after villagers told officers about the incident.

“He found a human hair on the rice and milk breakfast his wife prepared for him,” local police chief Shahriar Khan told AFP.

“He became angry seeing the hair and blamed the wife. He then took a blade and forcibly shaved the head of the wife,” he said.

Police chief Khan said Bablu was charged with “voluntarily causing grievous hurt”, an offence that carries a maximum sentence of 14 years in jail, and also for “outraging the modesty” of his 23-year-old wife.

Activists say the incident highlights growing repression of women in Bangladesh despite laws to protect them from abuse and sexual assault.

According to local rights group Ain o Salish Kendra, there were an average three rapes a day in the first six months of the year.

The organisation that said of the 630 women raped between January and June, 37 were killed after the assault while seven others took their own life.

There were also 105 instances of attempted rape.

In April, massive protests broke out after a 19-year-old schoolgirl was burned to death on the orders of her headteacher after she reported him for sexually harassing her.


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IPOH – A 29-year-old policeman has been arrested for discharging his gun after a heated argument with his fiancee.

Perak police chief Comm Datuk Razarudin Husain said the bullet hit a dog in the leg during the incident at the woman’s home in Taman Merdeka on Sunday. (oct 6)

“We believe they were arguing after ending their engagement.

“The man, who was stationed at the Wang Kelian Immigration, Customs and Quarantine Complex, was missing from work on Friday,” he told reporters when met at the senior police officer’s mess hall here Monday (Oct 7).

Razarudin said the policeman has been remanded and the gun seized.

“We have also recovered a bullet for investigation.

“He has been suspended from performing his duty,” he said, adding that the case is being investigated under Section 307 of the Penal Code for attempted murder.


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KUALA LUMPUR: An actor has been arrested in connection with a cheating case involving a publisher.

It is learnt that 25-year-old was arrested at around 12pm when he came to the Ampang Jaya police headquarters to have his statement taken.

The arrest came in the wake of a police report that was lodged by the publisher, a Datuk, almost two months ago.

In that report, the complainant allegedly lost RM200,000 in cash meant for an investment in March.

When contacted, Deputy Selangor police chief Deputy Comm Datuk Ab Rashid Ab Wahab confirmed the arrest, adding that the case was being investigated under Section 420 of the Penal Code for cheating.


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LONDON – A teenager was arrested on Sunday (Aug 4) after allegedly throwing a six-year-old boy from a tenth-floor viewing platform of London’s Tate Modern gallery, police said. 

The boy was airlifted to hospital and is in a critical condition, while the 17-year-old male suspect is being held on suspicion of attempted murder. 

The Tate Modern, a leading contemporary art museum on the banks of the River Thames, was initially locked down but visitors were later allowed to leave. 

Several members of the public gave witness statements. 

“Police were called at around 2:40pm (1340 GMT) on August 4 to reports of a young boy thrown from the tenth floor viewing platform of the Tate Modern,” the police statement said. 

“The six year-old victim was found on a fifth floor roof. He was treated at the scene and taken to hospital by London’s Air Ambulance. 

“The boy’s condition is critical; his family are being supported by police.”

Police said the suspect “remained with members of the public on the tenth floor viewing platform. There is nothing to suggest that he is known to the victim”. 

“The teenager was arrested by police officers on suspicion of attempted murder and taken into police custody.”

The Tate Modern is Britain’s top visitor attraction, with 5.87 million visits in 2018, according to the Association of Leading Visitor Attractions.


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A 42-year-old woman was arrested after being seen crouching on a window ledge at Block 227 Lorong 8 Toa Payoh on Monday morning (July 29).

Stomp contributor Husain, a resident in the vicinity, said he was leaving for school at around 7am when he noticed a commotion across his block.

A video that he took shows a woman perched on the 16th-floor ledge while she held on to pipe socket holders outside the window.

At least four rescuers can be seen on the roof of the block.

Husain told Stomp: “I first saw a fire engine and two police cars parked below the block.

“When I looked across, the woman was hanging outside the window on a very narrow ledge.

“Thanks to the outstanding bravery of the commandos and the Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) officers, the woman was safely brought inside the house.”

Responding to a Stomp query, the police said they were alerted to a case of attempted suicide at the block at 6.40am.

The woman was conscious when taken to Tan Tock Seng Hospital and was subsequently arrested in relation to the case.

Police investigations are ongoing.


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SINGAPORE – Two drivers were arrested for allegedly getting into a brawl at Changi on Wednesday (July 31) morning.

The police said they were alerted to a call for assistance at Changi South Avenue 3 at about 8.10am.

A 23-year-old man and a 24-year-old woman were arrested for fighting in public.

The police are investigating the incident.

In a video that is making the rounds on Facebook, the drivers can be seen shoving, shouting and hurling vulgarities at each other as they stand on the road, in between their vehicles.

A passer-by tries to break up their brawl as he says to them: “It’s only an accident… Stop fighting, call the police.”

The female driver picks up a rod from her truck and uses it to hit the windows of the male driver’s car.

The male driver then approaches the people who are filming the video, before they have a heated discussion over who started the fight.

It is unclear if the drivers were involved in an accident prior to the altercation.

The police said that the drivers will be charged in court on Thursday. 


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SINGAPORE – A man suspected of being involved in a theft case wielded a knife and disrupted a group of kindergarten children’s rehearsal for a performance for their pre-school’s National Day celebrations.

He was arrested after being confronted by eight police officers.

The incident took place at about 11am on Monday (July 29) at Block 785E Woodlands Rise. 

About 30 kindergarten children were in a sheltered area rehearsing their performance when the man with the knife appeared, reported Chinese-language newspaper Shin Min Daily News on Tuesday.

The knife was about 20cm long and the atmosphere was tense, an eyewitness told the newspaper. 

Another said six teachers were with the children, some of whom suffered bruises in trying to flee. The eyewitness added that the man did not harm the children. 

A 2 ½-minute video posted on Facebook by user Muhammad Raihan on Monday showed a man being confronted by eight officers holding batons in a sheltered area. 

He wrote in his post that a white screen, speaker and two microphones were in the sheltered area, and that the children were rehearsing for a National Day performance when the incident took place.

The man initially did not obey when officers told him to put down the knife. But he eventually did so, lay on the ground and was arrested. 

The police confirmed on Tuesday that a 55-year-old man, suspected of being involved in a theft case, was arrested during a police operation on Monday. 

Occurred: 1053hrs, A man in Grey t-shirt and Black pants Holding knife, Surrounded by 7 Civillian holding Batton! …

Posted by Muhammad Raihan on Ahad, 28 Julai 2019

This article was first published in The Straits Times. Permission required for reproduction.


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KUALA LUMPUR: The police have arrested a woman for allegedly beating a Year Five pupil at a school in Taman Shamelin, Cheras, here.

Cheras OCPD Asst Comm Mohamed Mokhsein Mohamed Zon said that a report on the incident was lodged on July 3 by the victim’s father.

ACP Mohamed Mokhsein said that a misunderstanding had sparked between the 11-year-old victim and her classmate.

“The victim told her father that she was then beaten up by the mother of the classmate in a classroom after school.

“The victim suffered injuries to the nose and hand. Her father had also taken her to the Kuala Lumpur Hospital for treatment,” he said in a statement on Thursday (July 18).

ACP Mokhsein said that an arrest was made on July 7.

“A 45-year-old woman was arrested at her house around 1am. She was then remanded until July 8, before being released on police bail,” he said.

He added that police are awaiting for the victim’s medical report before completing their investigation paper, which will then be forwarded to the deputy public prosecutor.

The case is being investigated under Section 324 of the Penal Code for causing hurt.


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