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TAWAU – Seorang warga emas masih gigih mencari rezeki dengan berjalan kaki dari kampung ke kampung semata-mata mahu menjual aiskrim berharga RM1 di sekitar Tawau, Sabah.

Pendedahan itu dikongsi oleh pemilik akaun Facebook, Nurdiana Mohd Rapi yang bersimpati terhadap lelaki itu sebelum tular di media sosial.

Menurutnya, warga emas itu berjalan kaki sambil memikul tong berisi aiskrim sambil membunyikan hon pada tangannya dari Kampung Pukat hingga ke Kampung Logpond dan tiba di kawasan rumahnya.

“Berbaju hitam, pakai pelitup muka, dengan kudrat tidak seberapa angkat tong ‘pink’ di bahu kanannya, tangan kiri memicit hon. ALLAH, automatik terus sebak!

“Tanya dari mana, dia jawab dari Kampung Pukat berjalan kaki sampai ke Logpond terus putar sampai ke sini. Jalan kaki pakcik? Jawabnya ya!” tulisnya.

Sebak melihat keadaan warga emas tersebut, Nurdiana meminta orang ramai untuk membeli jualan yang berharga hanya RM1 sekiranya terserempak pakcik berkenaan di tepi jalan.

“Saya tak minta banyak sama kamu yang membaca ni, tapi kalau kamu jumpa pakcik ni, belilah aiskrimnya, RM1 ja.

“Sedap juga aiskrimnya. Anggaplah sebagai bantuan kecil kita untuk dia. Dia tinggal di Jalan Kelapa, naik bas lepas tu turun mana-mana kampung dan teruskan cari rezeki dengan berjalan kaki ja,” katanya.

Dalam pada itu, wanita berkenaan juga mendoakan semoga warga emas itu diberikan kesihatan yang baik dan dilindungi sentiasa.

-sinarharian

Disangka ‘benda’ syirik rupanya…

July 6, 2020 | Viral | No Comments

TAMPOI – Satu bungkusan yang ditemui di tepi semak kelmarin mengejutkan pelajar sebuah universiti kerana menyangka seorang bayi yang dibalut dengan kain.

Abdul Rahman Mohd Jamadi, 23 berkata, lebih menakutkan apabila ia diikat dengan kain kuning seolah-olah patung saka.

Pelajar tahun akhir jurusan Kejuruteraan Kekanikal di Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM) itu bagaimanapun lega apabila bungkusan misteri berhampiran rumah neneknya, Ramlah Abdullah, 80, Tampoi, Johor Bahru, terungkai semalam sebaik abang iparnya membongkar isi dalam bungkusan hanyalah sebiji cempedak.

“Perasaan takut bertukar lucu dan lega kerana bungkusan kain itu bukan sesuatu yang dikaitkan dengan perbuatan syirik atau perkara tidak baik,” katanya.

Anak keempat dari enam beradik itu berkata, neneknya gemar membungkus buah-buahan menggunakan cebisan kain dan kain warna kuning adalah dari jersi.

“Nenek memang suka balut macam ni, dekat pokok pun dia balut sekali guna kain. Kadang kala boleh menimbulkan salah faham kepada mereka yang melihatnya terutama pada waktu malam,” katanya kepada Sinar Harian.

Kejadian tersebut juga menarik perhatian netizen yang membuat andaian bungkusan itu dikaitkan dengan perbuatan syirik berikutan diikat dengan kain kuning.

Kata Abdul Rahman, dia memuat naik ciapan berkaitan penemuan bungkusan itu sekadar mahu menghiburkan rakan-rakan dan tidak sangka ia tular.

Sebelum ini, Abdul Rahman berkongsi kisah penemuan bungkusan itu hingga menimbulkan perasan ingin tahu netizen selain memberitahu bungkusan itu mengeluarkan bau.

“Memang tak sangka ciapan itu popular. Saya sekadar bergurau tulis ‘Nak buka ke tidak, 10 ulang kongsi aku buka’ tapi tiba-tiba naik sehingga 30,000 ulang kongsi,” katanya.

Enggan mengambil endah tanggapan netizen, Abdul Rahman percaya ramai terhibur dengan perkongsian itu.

“Memang ada yang kecaman tetapi kebanyakan mereka berasa tertipu tidak kurang juga terhibur.

“Bagi yang kecam tu, saya tidak salahkan mereka, saya faham mungkin mereka ada pengalaman sebab benda ni pun agak sensitif bagi sesetengah pihak namun niat saya cuma nak menghiburkan kawan-kawan,” ujarnya.

-sinarharian

A Malaysian woman’s DIY clothes shelves have gone viral. And boy, are we impressed!

Juriah Sidek’s budget-friendly shelves, which circulated the Internet a couple of years ago, recently resurfaced after it was shared by Impiana.
The post garnered over 11,000 Facebook shares since it was published on 8 June.

To make the shelf, all you need is several cable ties, a knife or sharp blade, and plastic baskets – that can usually be found at shops like Mr DIY, Daiso, or Eco

1. First, cut a slot into one side of the basket using a knife or blade and a chopping board.

2. Repeat the first step with the rest of the baskets. Then, put two baskets together at a time with the cut sides facing each other.

It should look something like this:

3. Use cable ties to secure the back and sides of the baskets together

4. Do the same for the rest or as many as you’d like and you’re done!

You can then stack them on top of each other to save space.

Or you can customise it by cutting an opening on just one basket instead of two or spray painting the baskets to a different colour.

If you don’t want to use it for clothes, you can also store toys, toilet paper, and other household items!

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Datuk Wira Lee Chong Wei recently became the centre of attention after photos of him donating to a KL mosque went viral on social media

On Friday, 29 May, the Al-Hidayah Mosque (MAHSP) Facebook page uploaded photos of the former badminton player along with a caption that read, “Thank you, Datuk Lee Chong Wei for donating cash and equipment to MAHSP amidst the Movement Control Order (MCO).”

The post has since been shared by The Federal Territories Islamic Religious Department (JAWI) Facebook page, several local news outlets, and even multiple Indonesian media platforms.

However, Lee Chong Wei was shocked to find that many people learned about his donation

He told Harian Metro that a lot of people suddenly contacted him.

The humble former athlete said, “I did not expect that it would be made public because I already asked the mosque representative to not upload photos of me. I did not want people to know, that is why I did not post anything on social media. I was really shocked when people contacted me to ask about the matter.”

“I have no other intentions, I just wanted to contribute. Previously, I asked a Malay friend on how I could help because Malay and Chinese people have different cultures. They encouraged me to donate, so I bought some items and chose a mosque to fund. I’m only doing what I can,” he added.

Netizens showered the badminton star with compliments, praising him for his generosity

One person commented, “Alhamdulillah. After painstakingly putting Malaysia on the map, he is blessed with a kind heart. Let’s go to the next chapter, Datuk. We are always praying for you.”

Image from MAHSPKL/Facebook

Image via MAHSPKL/Facebook

“Well done and thank you very much to Datuk Lee Chong Wei for his contributions. May Allah multiply his blessings. Amen,” wrote another netizen.

Image from MAHSPKL/Facebook

Image via MAHSPKL/Facebook

One user noted, “This is what we want. Our religion doesn’t matter, we are all the same. Thank you, Chong Wei.”

Image from MAHSPKL/Facebook

Although Datuk Lee Chong Wei meant to keep his good deeds private, his other social media posts are always golden:

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Kurang ajar punya jantan

May 20, 2020 | Viral | No Comments

TINDAKAN seorang lelaki menendang penghantar makanan wanita hingga terjatuh dalam kejadian di Bandar Puteri Puchong, di Serdang, hari ini, mengundang protes kumpulan berkenaan.

Susulan kejadian itu, sekumpulan penghantar makanan dilihat berkumpul di hadapan premis berkenaan melakukan protes terhadap perbuatan lelaki terbabit.

Terdahulu, video rakaman kamera litar tertutup (CCTV) berdurasi 57 saat memaparkan penghantar makanan wanita terbabit ditendang beberapa kali lelaki itu hingga terjatuh.

Selain video itu, turut tular di laman sosial adalah video lelaki yang didakwa menendang wanita berkenaan dipercayai dirakam penghantar makanan lain.

Menurut sumber, kejadian dipercayai berlaku apabila lelaki terbabit didapati tidak puas hati kerana wanita yang menunggang motosikal memotong ketika dia ingin membuat pusingan U.

“Akibat kejadian, lelaki terbabit menunjukkan isyarat lucah sebelum bertindak menolak mangsa.

“Mangsa turut ditendang sebanyak tiga kali di bahagian pinggang menyebabkan dia jatuh,” katanya.

Menurutnya, susulan kejadian itu mangsa membuat laporan polis di Balai Polis Puchong untuk tindakan lanjut.

“Kedua-dua individu berkenaan sudah dirakam keterangan dan pengadu bersetuju untuk menyelesaikan kes berkenaan secara baik serta menarik balik laporan polis yang dibuat,” katanya.

Sementara itu, Ketua Polis Daerah Serdang Asisten Komisioner Ismadi Borhan dalam kenyataannya mengesahkan, pihaknya menerima laporan berhubung kejadian itu dan memberitahu kes disiasat mengikut Seksyen 323 Kanun Keseksaan (KK).

Katanya, kedua-dua pihak sudah dipanggil dan dirakamkan percakapan.

“Siasatan mendapati dalam kejadian itu terdapat perselisihan faham antara kedua-dua individu terbabit. Namun, tiada kecederaan dialami kedua pihak.

“Kertas siasatan akan dilengkapkan dan diminta semua pihak bertenang dan tidak mengeluarkan komen yang boleh memecahkan keamanan dan mendatangkan kegusaran awam,” katanya.

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Now this is what Malaysians should be known for!

“Malaysia is an example of how we can all overcome this”, said international dental surgeon and traveller, Dr.Dustin Pfundheller, in a viral video praising our nation’s fight against Covid-19. The three-minute clip has blown up on Facebook and Instagram, amassing over a million views on both platforms combined.

In the video, Pfundheller talks about our nation’s initial Covid-19 situation: “in March, Malaysia was failing… They had three times more cases than any country in Southeast Asia. The virus was in every state and federal territory.”

However, he marvelled at the way the government immediately imposed measures such as the MCO and CMCO by strictly monitoring all travel and cancelling events that involved large gatherings of people.

“And Malaysia’s case numbers… They started to drop.”

The video then showed how other South-East Asian countries started to exceed Malaysia’s numbers in recorded Covid-19 infections from 14th April onwards, adding that our fellow neighbours on the other side of the Causeway now has “15 times the case rate of Malaysia.”

The avid traveller then went on to say how our country’s inspiring fight against the virus, needs to be known worldwide!

“Malaysia is an example that we can all overcome this, how a country that had so many cases did the right stuff to stop the spread and almost no media is talking about it.” 

“Malaysia’s Covid-19 numbers are good. But when you realise at one point they were three times worse than any country in Southeast Asia, and now they’re one of the best, it’s an incredible story that needs to be told.”

Since the video garnered viral attention from both Malaysian and international viewers, our very own transport minister Datuk Seri Dr Wee Ka Siong, acknowledged that Malaysia was rightfully receiving the attention we deserved.

“Our country’s story should be shared to the world and this indirectly gives Malaysia the recognition on our fight against the Covid-19 pandemic,” said the minister in a statement recorded by the Star.

“We should be proud that others worldwide are praising Malaysia’s efforts, with the hard work credited to the government, the Health Ministry, police, Armed Forces and all the agencies that have been fighting the pandemic for the past few months, including Malaysians who have complied with the MCO,” he added.

This is a reputation we could get used to! Share this video if it makes you proud to call our country your home. 

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Today (4th of May, 2020) marks the beginning of the Covid-19 Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO) and we’re just not prepared for the chaos that may ensue.

For example, the Bayan Baru Wet Market in Penang is already experiencing a surge of customers with no regard for social distancing last weekend.

The Penang Kini Facebook page took to their profile to share an explanation from an authoritative figure who is stationed that the market to enforce social distancing.

The caption said, “The lively scene, which was recorded at the Bayan Baru Wet Market at 6:30am this morning (3rd May).”

They then shared an explanation by one of the officers in charge at the market who chose to remain anonymous.

“I am one of the officers in charge at the Bayan Baru Wet Market. We were given orders to guard the market from 7am up until 12pm. Only two doors are opened, the front door for entry and the back door for exit, and all the entry ways have been closed and watched over by officers to make sure that we can control the amount of people that go in.”

He also added that there is a special lane dedicated to the elderly people, pregnant women and the disabled.

The officer then went on to explain that many people caught wind that all the doors will be closed from 7am onwards and people will then have to queue up to enter the market. To avoid the long queues, they’re willing to head to the market before 7am.

“They have found out that we close the doors at 7am and only allow 15-20 people to enter at a time, only when some have gone out through the back door will we allow more to enter, depending on how many people have exited. Many have complained that they are forced to wait for a long time in the long queue to enter. Often times we were scolded and insulted for not letting them enter faster.

“We, as officers, are just doing the job we were ordered to do. Whatever is happening in this image is out of our control as these customers enter before 7am, at their own will,” the officer explained.

We reached out to the market to verify if this indeed happened, and we received confirmation. However, this only occurred during the weekend and the market has since implemented stricter safe distancing protocols.

They lamented to us saying that, “This is happening because people don’t want to line up. Authorities only allow 50 people inside, and they do not want to wait so long.”

Either way, people should understand the important of safe distancing and not be worried about having to wait in long lines, thus jeopardising their own health.

After all, we don’t want a repeat of the Covid-19 cases at Petaling Jaya’s markets.

-worldofbuzz

Kau dah kenapa?

March 31, 2020 | News | No Comments

Sydney: Tidak tahu apa motifnya, seorang lelaki di Australia sanggup berbaring di atas jalan raya selama lebih lima jam.

Daily Mail melaporkan lelaki berkenaan mencetuskan panik dan kegelisahan orang awam apabila berbaring di tengah Jalan Windsor, Northmead, barat Sydney sejak 4.40 pagi, Ahad lalu.

Dia dilaporkan melintasi pelbagai lorong yang lazimnya sibuk itu sebelum berlari di sepanjang jalan.

Lelaki yang memakai baju-T dan ditemani seekor anjing peliharaan itu kemudian dilihat berbaring sambil meletakkan beg galas sebagai alas kepalanya.

Kelakuannya yang pelik dan tidak boleh diduga itu menyebabkan polis dari pelbagai unit termasuk pasukan dari skuad bom tiba ke lokasi kejadian untuk sebarang kemungkinan.

LELAKI berkenaan di tahan polis. FOTO Agensi
LELAKI berkenaan di tahan polis. FOTO Agensi

Dia juga membuat permintaan pelik mahukan telefon bimbit sebelum menyerah diri kepada pihak berkuasa.

Lelaki itu akhirnya ditahan pihak berkuasa di lokasi kejadian kira-kira 9.30 pagi selepas lebih lima jam proses rundingan.

Bagaimanapun, robot skuad bom masih dikekalkan di tempat kejadian.

Akibat tindakan lelaki itu, semua lalu lintas bahagian utara di kawasan itu dilencongkan, manakala Lebuhraya Cumberland di Persiaran James Ruse ditutup.

Seorang wanita yang enggan dikenali berkata, dia mengawasi gerak-geri lelaki asing itu dari jauh.

“Lelaki itu tidak bergerak langsung dalam beberapa jam sebelum penahanannya,” katanya yang menetap di salah sebuah bangunan di seberang jalan dari lokasi kejadian. – Agensi

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MAHKAMAH Sesyen Alor Setar, hari ini, menjatuhkan hukuman denda RM10,000 dan penjara tiga bulan ke atas seorang pembantu kedai atas kesalahan mengeluarkan komunikasi jelik pada 27 Mac lalu.

Tertuduh, Nursahira Mohd Mizuar, 20, membuat pengakuan bersalah selepas pertuduhan dibacakan jurubahasa di hadapan Hakim Murtazadi Amran.

Mengikut kertas pertuduhan, Nursahira melalui Facebook secara sedar membuat dan memulakan komunikasi jelik dengan niat menganiaya orang lain di sebuah rumah di Persiaran Kiara Mas, Pendang, pada jam 10.12 malam, 27 Mac lalu.

Dia didakwa melakukan kesalahan mengikut Seksyen 233(1)(a) Akta Komunikasi dan Multimedia 1998.

Murtazadi mengarahkan hukuman ke atas Nursahira bermula pada tarikh dia ditahan dan sekiranya gagal membayar denda, tertuduh akan dihukum penjara dua bulan.

Pendakwaan dilakukan Timbalan Pendakwa Raya, Aqharie Durranie Aziz manakala tertuduh tidak diwakili peguam.

Dalam kejadian 27 Mac lalu, seorang wanita ditahan polis jam 11.30 malam, selepas dia memuat naik status menghina polis di media sosial miliknya.

Wanita itu dikatakan memuat naik status itu selepas marah dengan tindakan polis mengarahkannya pulang ke rumah ketika anggota terbabit melakukan pemantauan Ops Covid-19 di tepi jalan Pendang-Kobah, Batu Menunggul, kira-kira jam 9 malam.

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SERDANG – A 47-year-old man has been arrested over the murder of a woman in a parking lot in Puchong.

Serdang OCPD Asst Comm Ismadi Borhan said the suspect, who is the woman’s ex-husband, was arrested in Genting Highlands at about 2am yesterday (Feb 20).

“The woman was a Chinese national with a Permanent Resident status. Her family members – her daughter and younger sister – have identified the body at Serdang Hospital,” he said when contacted.

Post-mortem on the body, added ACP Ismadi, showed the cause of death to be multiple wounds from a sharp object.

“There were wounds on her neck and head, and on the front as well the back of her body. We believe the murder weapon to be a knife,” he said, adding that the suspect had been put on remand until Feb 26.

“We are ruling out theft as a motive as the victim’s belongings were not missing,” he said. ACP Ismadi also urged anyone with information to contact the Serdang district police headquarters at 03-8074 2222 or the nearest police station.

The body of the woman, in her 50s, was found in a pool of blood in a parking lot in Pusat Bandar Puchong Jaya at about 10.20pm on Wednesday.

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