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We’re officially into the second phase Movement Control Order (MCO). Unfortunately, due to the adamancy of some people, the authorities are forced to take stricter actions. More roadblocks are being set up and more people who can’t seem to follow simple instructions are being arrested.

In a roadblock along Persiaran Suria, a woman was detained after shouting incessantly at police personnel. According to Malaysia Gazette, the woman was one of the hundreds of motorists caught by surprise after police set up a new roadblock along Persiaran Surian to enforce the MCO.

Petaling Jaya OCPD Asst Comm Nik Ezanee Mohd Faisal explained that they had set up the roadblock because many people were still driving far from their home to buy necessities.

In the incident which happened around 9.30am today (31 March), the woman had just reached her house after the extensive roadblocks. The woman who lived in an apartment right opposite the roadblock repeatedly honked for 30 minutes to reach her home faster.

“Hoi stupid idiots! Why are you doing roadblocks till there’s massive jam everywhere!” the woman said.

“She called us idiots. Well, we are idiots who have your safety in our hearts and minds,” Nik Ezanee told the reporters, adding that they will only accept you travelling far to buy your necessities if only ALL the shops in your area were closed.

After about 10 minutes, the woman appeared again and was seen walking towards police to argue about the roadblock that allegedly made it difficult for her to buy her household goods.

However, the policeman on duty requested for her ID and detained her.

We’re not being asked to follow complicated instructions, it’s really simple, just STAY AT HOME! You can’t expect to disobey the law and get away scot-free.

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Motorists in Malaysia are no strangers to stumbling across weird rarities on the roads. Every now and then, there will be a loose cow stranded from its herd, standing right in the middle of the road. Sometimes, we can even find odd-looking roadkill. 

But, what this mother and daughter pair found was something out of the ordinary and very confusing. It was a coconut with nails hammered into it. According to a now-viral Twitter video, the pair was driving around Section 13, Shah Alam when they stumbled across this weird coconut. They claimed to have found it by the divider of the road, near the yellow sign. The girl in the video stated that she wanted to pick up the weird-looking “rock” that was spotted near the Stadium Melawati roundabout. 

However, upon closer inspection, she realised that it was actually a half coconut with three LARGE nails hammered into it.  

Her mum took to Twitter to share this video and to warn fellow motorists regarding this issue. She warned that it may be the latest technique used on the road to attack other drivers. However, she couldn’t comprehend what was the motive behind this coconut. She further stated in a reply tweet that she would file a police complaint regarding this matter.

Her tweet received over 16,000 retweets with many users expressing their opinions. Twitter users expressed their concerns over road safety and demanded a safer road for commuters.

Users even shared their tips on how to avoid these kinds of situations in the future and things to look out for.

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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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The man didn’t stop driving when a woman blocked his way, so she hopped onto the bonnet of his Mercedes Benz.

The sight on Friday (Jan 10) afternoon surprised other motorists on the road who recorded the incident on their mobile phones and dashboard cameras.

In one of the clips circulating on social media, the woman was seen stepping in front of a car that had pulled to a stop on the leftmost lane along Rochor Road.

Despite his warning honk, the woman continued to stand in the driver’s way and banged on the bonnet to ask him to stop.

When she was pushed backwards as he drove on at a slow speed, she decided to hop onto the car’s bonnet.

The Mercedes drove off with the woman hanging on its front windscreen, surprising other motorists as it travelled further down the road to Bugis Junction, as shown in another clip shared on Reddit.

It is unclear how far the car had travelled that way.

The bizarre scene had netizens calling the driver out for driving recklessly. Some said that he should’ve called the police for assistance while others wondered if the woman was trying to scam the driver by faking an accident.

AsiaOne has contacted the police for comment.

Last year, a 34-year-old man was sentenced to 11 weeks’ jail and disqualified from driving for two years for a rash act that endangered life.

He had driven off at speeds up to 70kmh with his lover’s husband hanging onto his front windscreen for more than seven kilometres in Kovan.

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SINGAPORE – A woman was taken to hospital after she lost her balance and fell while collecting laundry at a fourth-floor flat in Whampoa Drive.

The police were alerted to a fall from height at Block 82 Whampoa Drive at 7.20pm on Saturday (Jan 11).

The woman, 27, was conscious when she was taken to Tan Tock Seng Hospital.

Investigations are ongoing.

Chinese-language evening newspaper Shin Min Daily News reported that the woman was a Vietnamese national who was staying at a friend’s home with three other friends. The four of them were on holiday here.

She was scheduled to return to Vietnam on Sunday, but the accident has resulted in a delay.

“Although her head was bleeding yesterday, her head injury is not serious. However, her leg is fractured,” the woman’s friend told Shin Min Daily News on Sunday.

A pole was seen dangling from a laundry rack outside a second-floor flat, two storeys below the flat which the woman was staying in, suggesting it might have broken her fall, reported the paper.

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SINGAPORE – A motorist who allegedly drove off after running over a woman in Cantonment Road was arrested five days after the fatal accident last Sunday (Jan 5).

The 44-year-old driver had left the scene before the police arrived and was arrested on Friday for failing to render assistance, the police said.

She is the second person arrested in relation to the accident which took 69-year-old Madam Ong Soh Boey’s life.

A 25-year-old Maserati driver, whose car was on the wrong side of the road, was arrested for dangerous driving causing death after the accident last Sunday.

A video clip of the accident soon circulated online showing that a second, yellow car was also involved. Madam Ong, who was lying on the road, was hit again and dragged several metres in the second collision involving the yellow car.

A 25-year-old Maserati driver, whose car was on the wrong side of the road, was arrested for dangerous driving causing death after the accident last Sunday.

A video clip of the accident soon circulated online showing that a second, yellow car was also involved. Madam Ong, who was lying on the road, was hit again and dragged several metres in the second collision involving the yellow car.

The police said they were alerted to the accident along Cantonment Road, towards Keppel Road, at about 5.50am last Sunday.

Madam Ong, a single mother of two daughters, was riding her e-bike near Pinnacle@ Duxton when she met with the accident.

Her family on Monday told The Straits Times that she was then on her way to the provision shop she runs in Chinatown.

Despite being financially stable, she had taken on several part-time jobs, including cleaning and washing laundry, to fill her time. Her family said Madam Ong, who reportedly split with her husband nearly 40 years ago, had been riding a bicycle between home and work almost every day for 30 years without incident.

“My aunt was a strong and independent woman. She was also kind and thrifty, but generous to others,” said Madam Ong’s niece, who declined to be named.

She said the family intends to pursue legal action against the two drivers.

The police said they were alerted to the accident along Cantonment Road, towards Keppel Road, at about 5.50am last Sunday.

Madam Ong, who was riding an electric bicycle, was pronounced dead at scene by a paramedic.

Investigations are ongoing.

Madam Ong, a single mother of two daughters, was riding her e-bike near Pinnacle@ Duxton when she met with the accident.

Her family on Monday told The Straits Times that she was then on her way to the provision shop she runs in Chinatown.

Despite being financially stable, she had taken on several part-time jobs, including cleaning and washing laundry, to fill her time. Her family said Madam Ong, who reportedly split with her husband nearly 40 years ago, had been riding a bicycle between home and work almost every day for 30 years without incident.

“My aunt was a strong and independent woman. She was also kind and thrifty, but generous to others,” said Madam Ong’s niece, who declined to be named.

She said the family intends to pursue legal action against the two drivers.

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Screaming, she struck at him until his face started to bleed.

A video of a woman beating her stroke-stricken husband made its rounds on social media this week, shocking netizens from Indonesia and beyond.

In the video, the 35-year-old can be seen hitting the helpless man with his walking stick while he was seated on the sofa.

She is heard saying: “I cleaned his pants after he defecated in it yesterday. This morning, the same thing happened again.”

The man, 64, pleaded with her to stop the beating, but his words were unclear.

His wife had deliberately filmed the incident on her phone, but her reason for doing so remains unknown.

She was said to have demanded one billion rupiah (S$97,000) before she would agree to divorce him.

After seeing the video clip, the victim’s family made a police report which led to the woman’s arrest.

According to the police, the clip was filmed in the couple’s North Jakarta home on Dec 11. Married in 2014, the pair live there with their one-year-old child and two domestic helpers, Kompas reported.

The police added that there are indications that the woman, who has been caring for her husband since he had a stroke two years ago, is experiencing severe stress or suffering from a mental disorder.

Witnesses also told police she often yelled at her husband.

She is now undergoing a two-week mental health evaluation at a psychiatric hospital. If found to be suffering from mental illness, the woman cannot face criminal charges for her actions, the police said.

The victim is now under his family’s care, Tribun News reported.

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She was crossing the road aiming to catch the last bus home when she was hit and run over by a taxi.

Madam Tay Kiat Eng, 65, a part-time KFC worker, died en route to Tan Tock Seng Hospital.

Police told The New Paper yesterday that the accident occurred along Bukit Timah Road towards Woodlands Road at around 12.28am on Nov 27 and a 69-year-old cab driver had been arrested.

Police said investigations are ongoing, and Mr Richard Poh, 29, the youngest of Madam Tay’s four children, is appealing for witnesses to come forward and help.

Mr Poh, who is studying in Melbourne, last saw his mother at lunch two years ago when he came back to Singapore for a short visit.

Upon receiving news of her passing, he scrambled to book the next available ticket to Singapore and arrived on the same day of the incident.

He said: “I was shell-shocked when I found out. I didn’t get to spend enough time with her, my biggest regret is not being able to come back to take care of her after I graduate.”

PHOTO: Richard Poh

According to passers-by who reached out, two passengers almost immediately rushed out of the taxi after the collision to help Madam Tay, who was moaning in pain before losing unconscious.

ComfortDelGro’s group chief corporate communications officer, Ms Tammy Tan, said it has reached out to the deceased’s next of kin to assist them.

She added: “The hiring agreement of the cabby has also been terminated and we are assisting the Police in their investigations.”

This article was first published in The New Paper. Permission required for reproduction.

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Due to her manly silhouette and outfit, a woman who was caught for theft was nearly stripped naked of her clothes by an angry mob in Indonesia.Shared on an Instagram account, @bekasi, the 1-minute video revealed a woman, also known as NN, 51, seated on a chair of a resident’s home and surrounded by an angry mob. The video was uploaded on Monday, Nov 25th.

According to Bekasi, the woman pretended to be a guest and casually ‘visited’ the resident. NN then slipped into one of the bedrooms in the house and wandered about in it. Fatefully, the owner who was sleeping in the room, woke up and screamed when he saw a stranger in his room.

In a blink of an eye, the whole neighbourhood swarmed over to the house and captured her, which led to her being interrogated in the house.Captioned in the post, “To friends at home, please be careful of women who pretend to be a guest and that will casually slip into your bedroom. The event took place at Setia Mulya Village, Tarumajaya, Bekasi. She tried to deceive people by wearing hijab.”

As clearly seen in the video, the woman wore a black headscarf with a denim jacket and a pair of jeans, making her looking suspiciously like a man.

Boiled with heated emotions, the crowd suddenly started to strip off her hijab, which revealed her manly, coloured hair, and tattoos on her body. This further convinced them that she was a man.

In the commotion, NN defended herself and insisted that, “I’m a girl!’Thankfully, some sensible people actually stopped the rest of the angry crowd from stripping her naked.

NN was handed to the police when the residents decided to call the authorities to settle their dispute. Tarumajaya Police Chief, Yudho Anto Hutri, repetitively stressed to the public that the ‘man’ was indeed a woman.“Woman, woman, she is definitely a woman. Even though she has tattoos on her and her hair is short.”“She was caught even before she could have stolen anything. But she still did invade the room.”Allegedly, NN is suspected of planning to commit theft at the village head’s house.Geez, what’s with the violence though? They could’ve just handed her over peacefully instead of making a racket like this.

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Advancement in technology has made transferring money easier.

It has, unfortunately, also made transferring money to the wrong person just as effortless. 

Just ask Facebook user Geraldinep Phoa, who made the mistake of transferring $500 to an unintended party, with the incident descending into a case of “he said, she said”, and reports being filed by both camps.

In a note and series of screengrabs posted on Saturday (Nov 23), the woman recounted how she had accidentally transferred $500 meant for a friend to a stranger by the name of Koh Yeow Nguang.

Although she tried to contact him in hopes that he would respond, Phoa alleged that Koh ignored multiple calls from both her and her husband and failed to reply to any of her messages.

based on the screenshots provided,Koh did reply to her husband with a simple “Who?” at 2.03am, and after understanding the situation,replied that he would check the next day.

However, Phoa claimed that Koh subsequently blocked their numbers.

She accused Koh of being “greedy” and “hungry over (her) hard earned $500”, not before stating that she had already made a police report against him.

Phoa also included multiple pictures of Koh in her post, along with the name of his business and several of his personal information.

Koh has since spoken up with his side of the story in his own post on Facebook yesterday (Nov 24).

He detailed his story in a series of screenshots of the police report that he, too, had filed, over alleged defamatory remarks.

A clumsy person made payment into my account by mistake, midnight.Called 10 times between 2:01 am to 2:11am insisted…

Posted by Roger Koh on Sabtu, 23 November 2019

In his report, he explained that he blocked their numbers purely because they had been disturbing his sleep.

Koh also initially believed the two could be scammers, as he claimed he had neither signed up for Paylah nor PayNow, and hence questioned the authenticity of their claims.

He also alleged that his outlet manager from one of his eateries had been harassed by the couple, causing them to close the outlet almost two hours earlier than normal.

As for Phoa’s posting of his photos and online information, he accused her of defamation too.

On top of that, Koh also claimed that he received a call from an Investigative Officer(I/O). Upon calling her back, she had demanded that he “react and return the money immediately” or make a police report of his own.

In a screenshot of the statement that he gave to the police, Koh described the call as “totally impartial” and called it an “abuse of power”.

Netizens were not impressed by their game of “he said, she said”, and instead scolded the both of them for being immature.

Many thought that Phoa had been unreasonable and entitled for expecting Koh to attend to her demands despite the unearthly hour at which she had contacted him, while others berated her for her negligence.

https://www.facebook.com/Rogerkoh0203/videos/10157835349222070/On the other hand, some found Koh ridiculous for not returning the money and attempting to play the martyr.

PHOTOS: Screengrab/AsiaOne

In two separate updates on Monday morning (Nov 25), Koh shared that he has not been able to uncover the account that had received the $500.

Posted by Roger Koh on Ahad, 24 November 2019

 In a video he shared of himself this morning, he said that he will be contacting the IO in charge of the case, “if the amount is being traced and identified that it’s been deposited into my account, any one of my 30 accounts.”

However, he added that it would take some time as he is currently away in Indonesia and would only be back in town the following week. 

Later that afternoon, he stated in a post that the transfer has not been logged among his many accounts, and questioned how it could have happened. 

Can PAYNOW confirm that the mobile number one pays to need not be the person who owns the account being transferred…

Posted by Roger Koh on Isnin, 25 November 2019

AsiaOne has reached out to the Singapore Police Force for more information and will update this article accordingly.

Should you wind up in a similar situation perchance, we found out that you can actually attempt to contact the bank for assistance in reclaiming or returning the money.

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