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A video of a lorry driver assaulting a cashier recently went viral on social media

According to The Star, the incident happened on 30 November, when the suspect’s wife was paying for her items at a supermarket in Klang.

North Klang district police chief ACP Nurulhuda Mohd Salleh said that the cashier was rushing to pack the groceries because the supermarket was closing.

The wife told her husband what happened and he then went inside the supermarket to slap the cashier.

On the same night of the incident, the victim lodged a report at the Bukit Raja Police Station at 11.30pm

“The woman’s husband yelled at me. He told me to quit if I’m not sincere or interested in doing my job,” the five-month pregnant victim told Kosmo!.

“The man then slapped my left cheek, and the incident was witnessed by other customers,” she added.

She also said that the report was made out of concern for her safety if the man decides to hit her again in the future.

The suspect was later arrested at his house on 1 December around 8.30pm

Nurulhuda told The Star that he was given police bail and the investigation will be referred to the Deputy Public Prosecutor for further action.

Background checks also found that he held four past records for criminal and drug offences.

Sinar Harian also reported that the case is being investigated under Section 323 and 506 of the Penal Code.

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A  man in Johor suffered serious injuries after getting his ring stuck to the door handle of a lorry

According to Harian Metro, the incident caused the 23-year-old man’s finger to tear and he could not remove the ring he was wearing.

While being treated at Sultan Ismail Hospital (HSI) in Johor Bahru, they also found that he had fractured his ring finger.

The emergency ward had to seek assistance from the Fire and Rescue Department to remove the ring

Tebrau Fire and Rescue Department operations chief Khairul Azhar Abdul Aziz told the Malay daily that his team received a call at 3.39pm on Monday, 30 November.

He explained that the hospital required the rescue department’s help to remove the ring using a special tool.

“The victim said that his finger got stuck to the door handle while getting off a lorry, causing the skin on his finger to tear,” he said.

“He went to HSI to receive further treatment and the hospital called firemen to help cut the ring he was wearing.”

The victim had to endure about an hour of pain before the ring was finally removed

Sinar Harian reported that a total of 12 firemen were dispatched to the hospital and it took them roughly 20 minutes to cut the ring.

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A 42-year-old Nigerian man has been arrested for allegedly throwing his stepgrandson from a third-floor apartment in Danau Kota, Setapak, killing the four-year-old boy in the act

According to New Straits Times, the incident happened at about 7.40am yesterday, 29 November.

Kuala Lumpur Criminal Investigation Department head SAC Nik Ros Azhan Nik Abd Hamid said the police believe that the man threw the child out of a window following a fight in the family.

“Preliminary investigation found that the 42-year-old suspect tried to rape his stepdaughter who was sleeping in the living room, but was stopped by his wife and other stepchildren,” said Nik Ros Azhan.

“The victim’s stepchildren aged between 19 and 29 years old tried to stop him. The suspect then became furious and began striking the others in the house.”

He said the suspect acted out of control when the latter saw his stepchildren screaming for help.

It was at the moment that the suspect lifted his four-year-old stepgrandson and flung him out of a window in the main room of the apartment.

The suspect then proceeded to escape by jumping through the same window, but he was injured upon landing

He was later detained by security guards and members of the public at the scene.

The Star reported that the man was living with his 49-year-old Malaysian wife and their child, four stepchildren, and the stepgrandson.

Nik Ros Azhan said the suspect also assailed his family members, which led to the wife screaming for help from neighbours to save herself and her children.

24-year-old Idayu Ismail was among the neighbours who heard the cries of help. When she opened her door to see what was happening, she saw the wife was unclothed and covered in blood, reported Bernama.

Following that, she immediately called the police.

Meanwhile, another neighbour said his sister helped cover up the body of the victim and was told that the grandson was still in the house.

However, soon after that, Idayu said she heard something thumping onto the ground from her ground-floor apartment — which turned out to be the body of the grandson.

A witness at the scene showed reporters a staircase in the building that was covered with a trail of blood from the third floor all the way to the ground floor

The Star reported the person as saying that the blood is believed to have come from injuries sustained by the family members as they fled.

One neighbour told the English daily that she had never heard the family fight before, adding that the family was warm and friendly whenever they interacted with her.

Other residents expressed their shock and sorrow. Many of them said they knew the family and lamented the killing of the four-year-old boy.

Wangsa Maju police chief Supt Rajab Ahad Ismail said the victims had been sent to Kuala Lumpur Hospital for treatment.

The case will be investigated under Section 302 of the Penal Code for murder.

Rajab urged all witnesses to come forward to the police to assist in the investigation.

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A man recently found that RM120,000 in cash was stolen from his car after he finished changing a flat tyre

Bernama reported that the incident took place on Friday, 20 November, on the Federal Highway.

The victim and his son had just withdrawn the money from a bank at Old Klang Road.While on the highway, they noticed that they were being tailed by a silver car.

Brickfields District Police chief ACP Anuar Omar told Bernama, “The victim found that the left rear tyre of his vehicle was punctured by a piece of metal and stopped to change the tyre. He only realised that the cash and his documents were missing when he got back into his vehicle.”

A report was then filed at the Pantai police station.

Police then conducted an operation to track down the suspects.When the suspects met with the authorities, they got out of their vehicle and acted aggressively in an attempt to escape.

According to Berita Harian, the operation was conducted around Bangsar on Tuesday afternoon. Police successfully located the suspect’s car with two foreigners inside and managed to capture them despite their efforts to flee.

The two suspects have been identified as Colombia nationals, with one of them being a 55-year-old man and the other a 70-year-old woman. Authorities also believe that they were involved in three other similar cases around Brickfields.

They have been remanded for further investigation under Section 370 of the Penal Code and police managed to seize a mobile phone, documents, and a Honda City bearing false registration number plates.

It wasn’t reported whether or not the police were able to seize the cash

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A man was recently found dead on the railway tracks at Batu 62 1/2 in Beaufort, Sabah

According to Bernama, the body was discovered around 3.30pm on Sunday, 22 November.

The victim, who has been identified as 56-year-old Sabiri Idong, was found lying down on the tracks with severe injuries to his body.

The sight of several dogs surrounding an object on the railway tracks led to the discovery of the dead body

Beaufort police chief DSP Azmir Abd Razak told Sinar Harian that the body was found by a train driver who was headed to Beaufort from Halogilat to pick up some items.

He said, “The driver noted that he saw an object on the tracks that was surrounded by several dogs. Once he approached the object, he realised it was a dead body.”

The driver then informed the head of the Beaufort train station of the discovery and police believe that the man was run over by a train.

Meanwhile, another driver said that he did not see the body on the tracks throughout his journey

According to Berita Harian, the driver went from Beaufort station to Halogilat station. After dropping off passengers, he returned to Beaufort around 3pm.

“But throughout his journey to and fro, he did not see anyone on the tracks and did not realise that there was an accident until he was informed by the station management,” Azmir said.

He also added that the victim was pronounced dead at the scene and sustained severe injuries to the neck and chest.

“The body was taken to the Beaufort Hospital for an autopsy and the case is still under police investigation. However, for now, the case is classified as sudden death.”

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A man living in Singapore was caught having an affair with a maid he and his girlfriend hired thanks to their daughter’s strange comment

According to Lianhe Wanbao, the man is a China national who moved to Singapore with his girlfriend 10 years ago.

Although they are not legally married, the couple has a daughter together and had been living in the same residence for many years.

Due to busy work schedules, the couple decided to hire a maid in 2017 to look after their child. The maid was 25 years old then.

“The other party looked simple and well-behaved, but occasionally there were some conflicts in getting along, so I asked my boyfriend to communicate with the maid,” said the girlfriend, who wishes to remain anonymous.

Little did she know that hiring a helper at home would lead her long-time partner to cheat behind her back.

Speaking to the Chinese daily, the girlfriend revealed that she started suspecting her boyfriend after her daughter made a strange comment one day

Last year, out of the blue, her daughter told her that “daddy hugs kakak“, a Bahasa Malaysia word for ‘sister’ but which is often used to address a maid as well.

The girlfriend confronted her boyfriend on this, but the latter dismissed it, contending that their daughter was just talking nonsense.

However, the girlfriend had been suspicious since. With careful observation, she realised that her life-long partner treated the maid attentively.

She said even though their daughter’s school was 10 minutes away by foot, her boyfriend often insisted on driving them there and sending the maid home right after.

Seeing that the maid could be a problem in her family, the girlfriend laid out a plan to send the maid home ahead of her contracted final date

China Press reported that the girlfriend personally sent the maid to the airport and watched the latter walk into the terminal before heading home.

But even after the maid had left, her relationship with her boyfriend did not get any better.

According to her, the boyfriend went out to work every day even during the circuit breaker period, Singapore’s version of Movement Control Order (MCO).

She also said her boyfriend no longer came home to cook for her and their daughter.

One day, as she was checking her boyfriend’s phone, she was shocked to discover that the maid did not return to Indonesia and was still living in Singapore.

She also found out that the maid gave birth to a child with her boyfriend in May 2020.

She suspected that they conceived the baby when she went back to China in August last year, reported Sin Chew Daily.

Furious by her discovery, she confronted her boyfriend again, but he denied it

The boyfriend only admitted later that he rented a place elsewhere for the maid.

He had moved out of their house since, and these days, he only comes back to visit their daughter once in a while.

The girlfriend tried to bring the matter to the police, but the enforcement officers said they could not take action against the maid as she has a valid working permit.

She was referred to Singapore’s Ministry of Manpower. There, she faced another hurdle as she and her boyfriend are not legally married, and that she is not the employer of the maid. Thus, charging the maid was not a straightforward process.

However, the ministry later told her that the maid can be charged under the Employment of Foreign Manpower Act. 

Under the law, a person with a working permit is not allowed to get pregnant and deliver a child in Singapore unless they are married to a Singaporean or permanent citizen.

If convicted, the maid could face up to SGD10,000 (about RM30,500) in fine, 12 months’ jail, or both, reported AsiaOne.

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A driver in a Perodua Axia was caught on camera going against the direction of traffic on the highway

The Star reported that the incident took place yesterday, 10 November, at KM355.4 of the North-South Expressway.

The video circulating Facebook, which shows the Perodua Axia crashing head-on with another car before being hit by a trailer, was recorded by another man driving the opposite lane.

Police explained that the man was crossing state borders while under the Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO) and started driving against traffic in order to avoid a police roadblock

Tapah district police chief Supt Wan Azharuddin Wan Ismail told The Star that the driver is a 34-year-old from Klang, Selangor, who was desperate to go home for Deepavali in Bidor, Perak.

While on his journey, he spotted a police roadblock at the exit of the Sungkai toll and then decided to reverse back and drive against the traffic flow heading south.

Azharuddin said, “While doing so, a driver of a Toyota Rush on the right lane was unable to avoid the Axia, and crashed head-on and spun a few times. Meanwhile, a trailer was also unable to avoid the car and crashed into it.”

All the people involved in the accident escaped without any injuries

Meanwhile, The Star also reported that the driver had been arrested.

He was detained at his house in Bidor at about 11am today, 12 November, and the case will be investigated under Section 42 (1) of the Road Transport Act.

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An eight-month-old baby was tragically killed in Kelantan by his father recently

According to Berita Harian, the incident took place on Tuesday, 13 October, at Kampung Sungai Dua in Bachok.

The baby is believed to have been killed by his father using a blunt object.

Bachok district police chief Supt Samsulmuddin Sulaiman said that initial investigations found that the suspect is mentally ill.

In a separate report by Berita Harian, Kelantan police chief DCP Shafien Mamat said that the man refused to give a statement. Instead, he would not stop reciting prayers and claims that he heard an angel’s voice before killing the child.

Police found the child’s body stuffed inside a sack under a kitchen table.
The remains had been covered with salt by the baby’s father.

Samsulmuddin told Berita Harian, “The baby’s body had signs of serious injuries and bruises in different parts of the body. He was also covered in coarse salt and it is believed that the 40-year-old father did it.”

He also explained that the suspect’s relative alerted the authorities regarding the child’s death.

According to Samsulmuddin, the relative, a man in his 50s, had visited the suspect’s home and found that the child died in a peculiar state.

“After receiving the report, police raided the suspect’s home. It was locked from the inside and we had to force entry. Once inside, we arrested a man and found the victim’s mother, a 32-year-old woman, crying and traumatised,” he said.

The mother sustained bruises and scratches on both of her arms and she was sent to Bachok Health Clinic to receive treatment. Today, 14 October, Shafien said that the woman has also been apprehended to assist with investigations.

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Police are tracking down a man seen repeatedly assaulting a woman in a video that went viral on social media recently

According to New Straits Times, Ampang Jaya deputy police chief Supt Mohd Azam Ismail said his team received a case report from the Pandan Indah police station chief after the video went online.

The one-minute video shows a woman being repeatedly kicked, slapped, and verbally abused by a man in front of a restaurant in Pandan Jaya, Ampang.

However, no report has yet been lodged by the victim or witnesses of the incident

“So far, no witnesses have turned up at the police station to give a statement,” Mohd Azam said, according to Harian Metro.

The police currently believe that the suspect and the victim have family ties.

Mohd Azam added that they are tracking down both the suspect and victim seen in the video

He said the case is being investigated under Section 323 of the Penal Code for intentionally causing injury, as well as Section 18(a) of the Domestic Violence Act, and Section 233 of the Communications and Multimedia Act for the sharing of offensive content.

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A man was recently detained for flouting quarantine while dining at a restaurant in Bandar Tasik Puteri, Rawang

He was seen eating in public while wearing a pink wristband issued by the Ministry of Health for those ordered to undergo the Home Surveillance Order (HSO), as reported by The Star.

The authorities nabbed him around 7.30pm yesterday, 4 October, following complaints lodged by the public.

Checks revealed that the man had been instructed by the Ministry of Health to undergo home quarantine from yesterday until 16 October

Gombak district police chief ACP Arifai Tarawe told The Edge Markets, “The man had been ordered home quarantine (sic) from yesterday after a COVID-19 screening at klia2 and his results are still pending.”

He also added that the man will be remanded today at a special room at the Gombak police headquarters.

Arifai emphasised that police would not hesitate to take strict action against those who violate the HSO

He told New Straits Times that the man’s non-compliance with the quarantine order clearly triggered uneasiness among the community.

“We urge the public to comply with quarantine orders as directed by health authorities to ensure their own safety and the safety of their families and others,” he said.

The case is being investigated under Section 269 of the Penal Code, Section 22(b) of the Prevention and Control of Infectious Diseases Act 1988, and Regulation 11 of the Prevention and Control of Infectious Diseases (Measures Within the Local Infected Areas) Regulations 2020.

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