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It’s Day 42 of the Movement Control Order and as of now, netizens can be split into two groups, one who has settled into a quarantined life and another group are those who still choose to deliberately violate the MCO. Unless you have an absolute emergency or if you’re out getting essentials, there’s no reason for you to be going out at all. These people who got arrested probably missed the memo.

13 men including a barber were arrested in Jalan Mengkuang, Butterworth yesterday for getting a haircut. Sinar Harian reported that the police received information from the public that there was a barber premise operating in secret before they raided the shop at 3.30pm.

Seberang Perai District Police Chief, Assistant Commissioner Noorzainy Mohd Noor said that the 13 men, aged 20-40 were all arrested in violation of the MCO.

“They were found to be in violation of the MCO and also the owner of the premise allowing customers to come and get a haircut.”

The case is currently being investigated under Section 269 of the Penal Code and Regulations (11) of the 1 Prevention and Control of Infectious Diseases (Measures Within the Local Area of ​​Infections) 2020.

Getting a haircut is NOT A NECESSITY! We can all look messy if it means we get to keep the country safe and get rid of the Covid-19 virus. The MCO can only end if and only if we all give our full cooperation. If you happen to find any illegal mass gathering that didn’t maintain social distancing, let the authorities know immediately!


GEORGE TOWN – The police arrested four men for allegedly participating in illegal gambling at a shed near Jalan Tan Sri Teh Ewe Lim, Jelutong early Tuesday (April 21) morning.

Penang CID chief Senior Asst Comm Datuk Zainol Samah said that one of the four was a disabled man and added that he and his friends were detained during a raid that was conducted by the state Anti-Vice, Gaming and Secret Societies Division (D7) unit from Penang police contingent headquarters at 12.30am.

“The suspects were gambling at the time of the raid and could not escape in time when the police stormed the shed, which was located near a car workshop,” he said.

SAC Zainol said the operation was conducted after several weeks of intelligence reports gathered by the police at the area.

He added that the location was hidden in bushes, and said that it is a famous spot for gamblers during the movement control order (MCO) period.

SAC Zainol said police seized several gambling items such as playing cards and cash during the operation.

“Police also seized snacks and beverages at the shed, which were believed to be prepared for the gamblers there.

He said the suspects are aged between 30 to 50 years old, and were brought to the George Town police headquarters and have been brought to court for remand.

The case is being investigated under Regulation 11 of the Prevention and Control of Infectious Diseases (Measures Within the Infected Local Areas) Regulations 2020 and Section 7(2) of the Common House Gambling Act.


Men also fall prey to love scams

November 14, 2019 | News | No Comments

KUALA LUMPUR – Not only Malaysian women but men have also fallen prey to love scams to a tune of more than RM67mil (S$21 million) this year, says Datuk Azis Jamman.

The Deputy Home Minister said out of the 1,303 love scam or parcel scam cases reported this year, 1,070 were female victims and 230 were male, with total losses of RM67,737,419.38.

“Macau scams chalked up a loss at RM94,040,451.65 from a total of 1,911 victims of which a majority, or 1,109, were female.

“Women are easy targets for these syndicates and for that reason, there is a need for more awareness on the ground.

“We realise that this issue has been going on for a long time in this country, and the ministry, especially the police, always stresses the importance to Malaysians, especially the women to understand these scams’ MO (modus operandi), ” he told reporters at a joint press conference in Parliament yesterday.

If people receive promotions or offers from unknown persons, they must check and verify first to ensure that they are not conned, Azis advised.

“With the advancement of technology, the issue of scams is not new, even in developed countries like the United States and the United Kingdom, scams are still happening.

“The ministry and the police will continue to work with the Women, Family and Community Development Ministry because women are the easiest targets, ” he added.

Its deputy minister Hannah Yeoh said based on the data, most scams mainly focused on women.

“The scams are still rampant and they will target women who are lonely. And because it involves friendships and relationships, they feel ashamed to even lodge a police report and suffer in silence for fear family members will judge them, ” said Yeoh.

The MO for a Macau scam is that the scammer would impersonate someone with authority such as a policeman or a bank officer over the phone and convince the victim that they need to pay money to avoid trouble.

For love scams or parcel scams, the scammer would strike up a friendship or relationship with the victim online and then convinces them to send money or entice the victim with a parcel delivery.

Yeoh said it was crucial for those who were being contacted by suspected scammers to not panic and to verify information first instead of immediately making transactions.

She said people should also avoid giving their contact number, bank details and IC number to strangers, especially those calling from unknown numbers.

Based on the 2019 statistics of five currently active syndicated commercial crime cases, investment scams took up the number one spot, recording the biggest loss at RM200,781,043.90.

Men were the biggest victims of investment scams, making up 577 victims out of a total of 842.

In second place are Macau scams while love scams or parcel scams came third, followed by non-existent loans which recorded a total loss of RM38,894,980.87 from a total of 4,151 victims.

Of these, 2,261 were male victims and 1,889 were female victims.

The fifth top scam is online purchase with 2,947 victims scammed of RM24,691,509.21. Of these, 1,906 were male and 1,040 were female victims.


A shocking incident happened at Bukit Gambir, Georgetown where three masked men threw a HANDMADE-BOMB into a house when they failed to snatch the bag of the house owner.

At 10am, the three men entered the house to try to rob a bag belonging to the house owner that was believed to contain valuable possessions. But, after an intense struggle with the house owner’s bodyguard, they left the house without the items. Before running away, they managed to throw a DIY bomb and a red bag containing a knife into the house.

A source told Berita Harian,

“The bomb was exploded twice by the Bomb Defusing Squad at 12.15 and 12.20 am and nothing dangerous happened.”

The police are currently investigating the matter and early investigations revealed that this attack stems from debt issues. According to the police, the suspects forced the house owner to transfer bitcoins into their account as the victim’s father owed them money.


PETALING JAYA: Two men were arrested at the KL International Airport 2 (KLIA2) for trying to smuggle syabu.

The two, aged 27 and 38, were detained at around 1am Saturday (July 6) after police discovered packets of syabu hidden in the shoes of the older man.

KLIA OCPD Asst Comm Zulkifli Adamshah said the duo were stopped by police as they were going through the security scanners after they were seen acting suspiciously.

“The drugs were found in the shoes of the older man but we detained the second man to assist investigations.

“They were both on their way to Busan, South Korea,” he said when contacted Thursday (July 11).

He said that the duo may have been recruited by drug syndicates to smuggle the drugs to Busan.

“The drugs, along with the shoes weighed about 1.05kg. We believe the market value of a kilogramme of syabu in Busan is about RM250,000 (S$82,573),” he said.

The two men have been remanded for seven days.


In an incident that happened at 3.27am Friday, 7 June, a man was beaten up by a group of twenty people at a club in Cheras Selatan

All because of an accidental bump of shoulders during which the victim bumped into one of the men while they were crossing paths, according to a Bernama report.

Kajang district police chief ACP Ahmad Dzaffir Mohd Yussof said that the incident took place outside an entertainment centre at Dataran C180 in Cheras Selatan, where two men crossing paths accidentally knocked each other’s shoulders.

One of the men picked up a chair and threw it at the other guy

He then called 20 of his friends to come over to beat the guy

“A group of them then attacked the man until he was injured,” ACP Ahmad Dzaffir said in a statement yesterday, adding that the victim was sent to the Kajang Hospital before he was referred to the Kuala Lumpur Hospital due to internal injuries.

Police have arrested nine suspects so far

Bernama reported that the nine of them were arrested following the assault.

They will be placed under remand today, 8 June, under Section 148 and Section 326 of the Penal Code for rioting and causing grievous hurt.

Police are seeking additional help from the public, asking those with information to contact the case investigating officer, Inspector Kunalan, at 014-6124325.


It’s very important to maintain your health in all aspects of life – including your sex life. Doctors have said that it is essential to have a healthy sex life because if you don’t ejaculate regularly, you could increase your risk of getting prostate cancer. Recently, disease statistics from Taiwan also showed that more than 27% of men in the country suffer from erectile dysfunction, which tallies up to about 1.2 million men who have this problem.

According to Setn, doctors said that for men who do not ejaculate regularly, this can cause stones to form in the prostate and may lead to cancer if the prostate is has prolonged inflammation. A director for the Men’s Health Centre in a Taiwan hospital said that the number of Taiwanese men who are suffering from erectile dysfunction may be higher than reported as many of them are shy about these things and are reluctant to come forward to admit that they have a problem.

The director said that some people may think that this will not apply to them even as they get older, but he said that this is not true. It is also important for senior citizens to have a healthy sex life as it helps to revitalise the mind and body, as well as ensuring that the prostate’s health is maintained.

The director explained that if the frequency of ejaculation is reduced, then it is possible that the semen produced by the prostate is not discharged. The minerals in the semen are likely to accumulate and precipitate, which can cause stones. This can cause inflammation, and in the long term, may cause prostate cancer as well. He said that if the other half is unable to “help out” with this, then he encourages men to solve it themselves. You know what I mean!

These findings have also been supported by previous studies done a few years back. WebMD had reported before that having more sex or masturbating more helps to lower the risk of prostate cancer because it is likely that the more often men ejaculate, the lower the risk of contracting the disease.

In the study, the researchers discovered that guys who ejaculated at least 21 times a month had about a 20% lower chance of prostate cancer compared to men who did it less, which is about four to seven times a month over several age groups. Although results are not conclusive yet and more research needs to be done, it is always important to stay active and be safe so that you will have a healthy body!

Take care of your health, peeps! 


Three men took a Grab Premium ride but evaded payment, prompting their driver to chase after them on foot for 1km.

According to Shin Min Daily News, the incident occurred outside Boon Keng MRT station on Monday (May 6), at around 2.10am.

Mr Hong, 45, shared dashcam footage on Facebook, showing three men running away from the rear of his Grab car. He said they had evaded their fare and fled.

According to Mr Hong, the trio had booked a six-seater Grab Premium ride from McDonald’s East Coast Park to Boon Keng MRT station for $53.

He told Shin Min: “Upon reaching their destination, they asked me how much the ride was while opening the car door. They then ran off without paying.”

Mr Hong immediately got down from his vehicle, locked its doors and gave chase.

He chased after them for around 1km, to a construction site in the Kallang area.

“One of the men ran till he was panting,” said Mr Hong.

“I called Grab while chasing after the men and was told that the company would reimburse the fare to me, so I stopped my pursuit.”


Facial hair for men is becoming the norm. Some choose to sport closely-cropped stubble, while others go for hipster beards or even something Dumbledore-inspired.

Love it or hate it, facial hair certainly has a polarising effect on your desirability.

Some simply adore the likes of Chris Hemsworth, Jamie Dornan, and Jack Gyllenhaal; whilst some others prefer BTS, BTS, and BTS lookalikes.

So if you are thinking of emulating K-Pop stars by shaving your stub, you might want to chuck your razor into the bin as researchers found that women are more attracted to men sporting full beards than those who are clean shaven.

In research published by the Journal of Evolutionary Biology titled “the masculinity paradox: facial masculinity and beardedness interact to determine women’s ratings of men’s facial attractiveness”, researchers asked 8,500 women to evaluate the attractiveness of men of three categories – bearded, fully bearded or sporting a goatee.

They used photographs of men as they grew their beards over a period of four weeks, from bare-faced to fully-bearded.

The women were asked to evaluate the men’s attractiveness, with a majority of them rating the clean-shaven men as the least attractive!

The researchers concluded that, “Those sporting full beards are seen as men who are mature, masculine, socially dominant and aggressive.”

They added that beards are a trait that women would consider when choosing a short- or long-term partner. 

It is hard to imagine that beards are also a factor in relationships!

Ultimately, the decision of whether a man should grow a beard or not will depend on his own relationship goals (or those preferred by his partner – or if you can even grow one).

At the very least, what this research has done is simply help men make more informed grooming choices.


Shocking footage of two men dumping rubbish into the sea near Farquhar Street, Penang went viral on Facebook, much to the horror of netizens.

The failure of some Penangites to follow proper garbage disposal guidelines is certainly a disgusting sight for islanders wanting a cleaner Penang.

The 90-second video witnessed two men walking back and forth to the lorry emptying waste into the sea.

I just don’t know what to say, recorded at 1.57pm today.

Posted by Kiki Marzuki Hassan on Jumaat, 19 April 2019

According to a report published in The Star, the waste originated from a construction site.

Taking place at around 2pm on Friday, the rubbish dumping activity got the attention of the Penang Environment Committee.

Its Chairman, Phee Boon Poh said that the lorry has been identified via a closed circuit television (CCTV) camera.

Netizens commenting on the post have called for the State Government to take action against them. And some wanted their bosses to be punished as well.

Source: Facebook

“Report them, please. These people and their bosses need to be jailed.”

“Attach the contractor’s company truck with it. At least they can’t dispute. Disgusting they are!”

According to Phee Boon Poh, the Penang Housing, Local Government, Town and Rural Development Committee Chairman Jagdeep Singh Deo has been informed of the incident.

We sincerely hope that swift action will be taken to punish those involved and that this will stop others from repeating this action in the future.