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A man passed away in the driver seat of his car on Friday, 18 December. He was in the car with his three children, who were safe.The 35-year-old was waiting for his wife who was attending a job interview at a private hospital in Bukit Pantai, Bangsar.

The news of the incident went viral after a witness uploaded photos on his Facebook profile from the scene, which showed two of the children standing outside the victim’s red coloured car. One of them was seen trying to speak on the phone as a Japanese woman sat beside them, trying to help.

According to the witness, he was approached by the Japanese woman, who could not understand Bahasa Melayu spoken by the children and asked for assistance.

He then called an ambulance and the paramedics confirmed that the man was dead.

It is believed that the victim suffered a heart attack

According to his wife, Nurul Ain Mohd Razib, he had complained of experiencing chest pain while sending her to the interview on Friday. While she was worried, he insisted on her attending the interview.

As she went in, he waited in the car with their children, aged 10 months, three, and six years.

“While waiting for my turn, I was chatting with my husband on WhatsApp because I was worried about his condition. About 3.45pm, I called his mobile as the WhatsApp messages were not answered,” Nurul said, adding that she was shocked when the call was answered by her eldest son, who was crying.

“My eldest son informed me that his father, Mohd Ashraf Rosli, was not moving.”

The husband worked in the information technology division of the hospital, where the wife was interviewing for the post of a nurse

He was rushed to the University of Malaya Medical Center (UMMC) where he was pronounced dead.

Brickfields district police chief ACP Annuar Omar confirmed the incident, saying that the victim’s body was sent to the Forensic Medicine Department of the UMMC for an autopsy.

“The case has been classified as sudden death,” he said.

Meanwhile, according to the victim’s wife, it wasn’t the first time he had complained of experiencing chest pain. He had the same pain two weeks back but it decreased after taking painkillers

The family is said to be waiting for the results of the COVID-19 test

Following which, they plan to take the body to his hometown in Bercham, Perak for burial.

According to Nurul, she and her husband had planned to return to Bercham to attend a wedding in the family after the interview session but did not expect the opposite to happen.


An Italian man infuriated by an argument with his wife stepped outside to cool off but ended up walking 450km.

The unnamed 48-year-old from the northern city of Como on the Swiss border – reportedly hiked for a week in an attempt to calm his anger after he had fallen out with his wife.

The man’s cooling off voyage ended in Fano, a small town on the Adriatic coast some 450km south after few police officers stopped him at 2am for breaching Italy’s lockdown curfew rules due to the raging Covid-19 outbreak situation in the country.

According to Independent, the police officers who picked up the man did not believe he could have walked so far.

However, after a quick check, they realised that his wife had indeed reported him as a missing person back in Como a week earlier.

The police handed the man a €400 (RM1,974) fine for breaching the curfew rules before calling his wife to get him.

Based on reports in the Italian media, the man was cold and tired, but he admitted he had not realised quite how far he had gone during his long walk to clear his head.

BBC quoted the man telling the police: “I came here on foot, I didn’t use any transport.

“Along the way, I met people who offered me food and drink.”

It was reported that the couple reunited after the man’s wife arrived at Fano to get him.

She was then handed her husband’s overnight hotel bill in Fano along with the police fine.


A husband who was asked by his wife to spruce up their garden, decided to surprise her with a 12ft-tall T-Rex instead.

Adrian Shaw, 52, purchased the 14-stone resin and fiberglass dinosaur for £1,600 in place of the garden gnome his wife Deborah, 53, asked him to buy.

The dinosaur, named Dave, was strategically lifted into the couple’s garden in Leamington Spa, Warks by crane.

All of which took place whilst Deborah, who was none the wiser, was out running errands.

Adrian, who has two grown-up sons, said: “This project is a result of my wife’s request to make the garden look nice.

“She suggested I clear away the weeds and maybe put a gnome on the patio which got me thinking.

“I thought nothing could possibly look nicer in the garden than a 3.5 metre replica of a rampaging T-Rex, so I bought one.

“I guess that it is most people’s dream to own a 3.5 metre replica of a rampaging T-Rex but they don’t have the space or resources to do this.

“I have been very fortunate to be able to realize the dream.”

He purchased the dinosaur for £1,600 from a company in Wales who said they could deliver it.

All he had to do then was hire a crane to lift it into the garden.

He added: “The neighbours loved it and took lots of pictures and I thought it looked great in the garden.”

But wife Deborah, a school business manager, got the fright of her life when she spotted it in their garden in the middle of the night.

Adrian, who has been together with Deborah for 20 years and married for six, added: “I thought my wife would be thrilled to bits but I don’t think she was as enthusiastic as I’d expected her to be.

“She loves the Jurassic Park films and watches all the David Attenborough documentaries, so I thought I couldn’t go wrong with the purchase really.

“She came home late from work and it was dark so I thought I’d surprise her with Dave the next morning when she opened the curtains.

“I’d even set up my camera to capture her reaction, which I was expecting to be one of sheer delight.”

But Deborah ended up having to let the dog out for a wee in the middle of the light.

“When she opened the back door to let him out the security lights came on and she came face to face with the T-Rex.

“I could hear the screams and went running downstairs but even after the initial shock, she continued to scream.

“I’ve fallen in love with Dave though and he’s not going anywhere.

“I’m sure Deborah will understand and grow to love him just as much as I do.”


Despite the relaxations offered in the Recovery Movement Control Order (RMCO), there are still some premises that are not allowed to open, for example, nightclubs. The stubborn owners and patrons of these nightclubs have faced heavy fines from the authorities.

Now, what’s a typical reason for anyone visiting a nightclub? Dance, socialise or generally just to have a good time. However, this wife from Kuah, Langkawi visited a nightclub to MAKE SURE her husband stays loyal to her.

The mother of four sons aged between four to 16, told the authorities that besides keeping an eye on her husband, she also wanted to “feel the aura” of the nightclub.

According to Harian Metro, the woman said she doesn’t trust her husband ever since she found out that her husband has a girlfriend in the club. “This is the third time I’m following him drinking during the MCO even though I don’t drink myself, ” she said.

“He never used to drink alcohol but lately he’s been doing it quite frequently, maybe he has problems at work that he never told me about. Only God knows how I feel but I had no choice!”

Langkawi District Deputy Chief of Police, Deputy Superintendent Roszemi Mat Derus told that along with the 40-year-old couple, 27 other people were arrested for violating the RMCO. As of now, nightclubs are still not allowed to operate in Langkawi.

Astro AWANI reported that those in the nightclubs were not practising physical distancing and weren’t even wearing their masks. They were then brought to Langkawi District Police Headquarters (IPD) for further actions.

Six of the arrested people were found positive for methamphetamine and marijuana. All of them were detained according to Section 3 (7) of RMCO 2020 for disobeying the RMCO and compounded RM1,000 each.

They were also found to have committed offences in accordance with Regulation 11 (1) of the Prevention and Control of Infectious Diseases (Measures in Local Infected Areas) Regulations (No. 7) 2020.


A 25-year-old woman was saved by her husband when their neighbour broke into the house and tried to rape her at Pongsu Seribu, Penang yesterday, 1 July

According to New Straits Times, the suspect is a 21-year-old man staying next door to the victim.

The incident happened around 3pm when she was alone at home and heard the sound of footsteps on her roof.

When she walked out of the room to inspect the source of the sound, a man suddenly appeared before her.

Seberang Perai Utara (SPU) district police chief ACP Noorzainy Mohd Noor said the suspect pulled her hands and forced her back into the room, before starting to hug her

“The victim tried to escape by taking a bottle of water and hitting the man’s head. But it didn’t shake the man off,” Metro Harian reported Noorzainy as saying.

The man proceeded to tear the victim’s dress and attempted to rape her.

At that moment, the victim’s 32-year-old husband happened to return home, stopping the assault in the nick of time

“The victim’s husband, who just returned from work, heard his wife’s cries for help, and entered the house through the kitchen where he stumbled upon the suspect,” revealed Noorzainy today, 2 July.

The husband caught the man, but the latter hit him on the head with a piece of wood.”

“Seeing that the husband was injured, the suspect fled.”

Initial investigation found that the suspect is believed to have entered the victim’s house through an opening in the kitchen

The 21-year-old suspect was later arrested by the police in front of his house. The piece of wood used in the confrontation was also seized by the police.

The urine test of the suspect showed that he was not under the influence of drugs during the assault. 

The case will be investigated under Section 455 and 354 of the Penal Code for housebreaking and assault or use of criminal force to any person with the intention to outrage modesty respectively.

If convicted, the suspect can be imprisoned up to 14 years for the first offence, and 10 years for the second offence. Both offences are liable to a fine or whipping as well.


Thanks to the global outbreak of the coronavirus, many have been taking preventive precautions to the next level such as by emptying out grocery stores in fear that the Wuhan virus outbreak may cause food shortages and selling face masks for over 20 times the cost.

But what’s most sad is the fact that people are starting to shun medical staff who work tirelessly to care for those infected with the virus, all while risking their own health.

A good example of this is Peng Cheng Yu, a nurse. Her husband, Yeo Yeu Ann took to his Facebook page to share how his wife was shunned while she was taking public transport as the other passengers feared the possibility that she may have contracted the virus while caring for those tested positive.

So proud of my lovely wife @jesuslovescy as she goes off to work each day. Thing is, she’s noticed that ppl on the train…

Yeo Yeu Ann 发布于 2020年2月9日周日

He wrote, “So proud of my lovely wife as she goes off to work each day. Thing is, she’s noticed that people on the train have been giving her quite a bit of space. Not that she minds the extra space, but she is a bit concerned about causing worry to others while wearing her uniform on the train, so from what I know, she’s been thinking of changing into her home clothes before she boards the train. That’s her – so thoughtful and considerate of others.

But still, do not be afraid, friends, of our nurses who don their uniforms. The nurse uniform should be something to be proud of and respected and admired in public, especially during such a time as this.”

The loving husband found the sweetest way to comfort his wife while she wears her nurse uniform in public.

“That’s why, I nowadays try to hold her hand even more and draw her closer to me especially when she’s wearing her uniform – because she’s a NURSE and I am SO PROUD OF HER. Heck, she even spends time visiting the homeless to check on their health too and educate them,” he proudly wrote.

He also left a special message to those who have been fearing the presence of doctors, nurses and other medical professionals in public.

“Looks, let’s not be fools. Nurses and doctors take much more careful precautions about hygiene and wash their hands much more. It’s their own health on the line and the least we can do is honour and love them and find ways to support them. So brother and sisters, if your wife or husband, girlfriend or boyfriend is a nurse or doctor, do encourage them and support them in whatever love languages they have. Hold their hands in public, affirm them and help them with whatever chores they have, buy them coffee or just spend a good time over a delicious meal. Pray with them, too!”

Such a loving and devoted husband Peng Cheng Yu has and how lucky they are to have each other.

And come on, guys, medical professionals risk their own well being everyday in order to heal and save the lives of our loved ones, hence, we should show them our appreciation and respect instead of shunning them. So, next time you see a nurse or doctor on the train, shake their hands because they’ve probably washed their hands already.


A resident of Marang, Terengganu, Aziro wants to find a wife

So he put up a couple of public banners advertising himself in Terengganu.

According to the 35-year-old, he had put up two banners in Dungun, with one in town, and the other by the beach at Pantai Teluk Bidara, reported Malay Mail yesterday evening, 10 January.

One of Aziro’s banners came to light after it was posted on Twitter

But why banners?

He confessed that he has given up searching for a wife through the usual method of social media or dating apps because there’s just too much competition and choices that he had to face.

“So I decided to put up a banner of myself, hoping that anyone from the nearby villages would be interested,” Aziro said, adding that he is praying for the best.

He claims to have received numerous calls from curious strangers

“I’ve received calls from Kedah, KL, Selangor and even Kuantan,” Malay Mail quoted him as saying.

“There’s even a caller from Penang complimenting me about my method of finding a wife and the originality of the idea,” the 35-year-old, who has not informed his family of his search, boasted.

Aziro’s banner has since found its way to the widely popular Twitter account of ‘No Context Malaysia’, where it has gone viral


According to China Press, the police received reports that someone wanted to jump off the roof of a 33-storey building, and they rushed to the scene around 10pm on November 10th. They tried to persuade the man to come down and keep him calm as he was very emotional.

Apparently, Wang was under huge emotional stress as his wife had just racked up a huge amount of debt during the Singles Day promotions. She had bought over 300,000 yuan (RM177,559) in designer handbags, expensive perfumes, clothes and many more online. 

He said that this was not the first time, as she had always been very fond of online shopping, but after she gave birth to their child last year, it got worse. During the Singles Day sales last year, she had spent over 200,000 yuan (RM118,374) and he had paid it off for her. She had promised that she would control her spending but had broken her promise and gone on a shopping spree again this year.

Wang says that he earns only a few thousand yuan a month, and he was the sole breadwinner of the family. His wife used to work in a property company but after she gave birth, she quit her job to take care of the baby. When he discovered that she had gone crazy on online shopping again, he was at his wits’ end and decided to kill himself as he did not know how to pay it off.

Luckily, the police managed to console Wang and persuaded him not to kill himself after half an hour. They brought him home and notified his family. His wife promised that she would not obsess over online shopping any more and vowed that she would not buy anything. Wang said that he would try to come up with the amount owed.

It doesn’t matter whether it’s Singles Day sales or not, you should control your finances well so you don’t end up in unnecessary debt!


A man who stabbed his heavily pregnant wife is believed to be suffering from depression, revealed his close cousin

The 39-year-old suspect stabbed his pregnant wife four times – two times in the stomach – on Friday, 8 November.

The 37-week (or 8.5-month) pregnant victim then drove herself to the Putrajaya Hospital after the attack and safely delivered the baby through a C-section. Both the mother and child are reportedly in stable condition.

After learning of the incident, the suspect’s close cousin said the suspect is believed to be suffering from depression due to heavy workload

Only known as Din, New Straits Times reported him saying that the perpetrator – who works as an audio engineer – is believed to be suffering from depression over the past two to three months.

Din also attributed their grandmother’s passing four months ago to the suspect’s alleged depression.

“We have been close since we were children. After our grandmother’s death, he returned to Melaka and seemed to have a lot on his mind,”Din told Berita Harian.

“I asked him why he appeared burdened, he replied that he had a lot of work.

“I told him to come back and work in Melaka since his company has a branch there.

“He told me he had plans to do so after the wife had given birth.”

The 37-year-old cousin added that the suspect and the victim’s relationship seemed normal

“As far as I know, they had no problems with each other. Even the relationship between families from both sides was very close,” he said.

The suspect is currently being remanded until 15 November for investigation

He was arrested at his home in Precinct 9, Putrajaya, which was also where the attack took place.

Preliminary investigations showed that the suspect does not have any criminal records, reported Harian Metro.

The case is being investigated under Section 326 of the Penal Code, for voluntarily causing grievous hurt by dangerous weapons or means.

If convicted, the suspect could face imprisonment up to 20 years, a fine, or whipping.


She heard a bamboo pole hitting the ground and thought nothing of it.

But when Madam Maimon Ayab, 86, peered out of the window of her first-storey flat, she was shocked to see an elderly man face-down in the carpark.

Madam Maimon, who got her 48-year-old grandson to call the police, told The New Paper yesterday: “It was scary. There was a bit of blood coming from his head.

“T-shirts and shorts that were on the bamboo pole were on the ground as well.”

A police spokesman said yesterday that they were alerted to a case of unnatural death at Block 26, Toa Payoh East, on Tuesday at 10.17am.

She said an 84-year-old man was found motionless at the foot of the block and was pronounced dead by paramedics at the scene.

While police investigations continue, Chinese-language newspaper Lianhe Wanbao reported yesterday that the man’s wife had suffered a heart attack after witnessing him fall and she later died in hospital.

A Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) spokesman told TNP that it had also responded to an incident at the same block at about 11.25am and a person was taken to Tan Tock Seng Hospital.

Residents of the block said the couple lived in a 10th storey unit.

Madam Mira Jamira, 66, who lives next door, said: “Several SCDF personnel went to their unit and brought the wife out on a stretcher. I don’t know if she fainted or had a heart attack, but I think she was unconscious.”

She said the couple had two daughters and a son, and the youngest, a daughter, whom Madam Mira believed to be about 30 years old, lived with them in their three-room flat.

When TNP visited the flat yesterday, no one answered the door.

Madam Mira said the couple were friendly and loving, and the husband was still active, cycling every morning for exercise.

“I’ve never heard them quarrel, or anything at all,” said Madam Mira, who has been living there for 29 years.

“They were very good neighbours. I’m sad about what happened to them.”