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A woman in the United Kingdom caused massive damage to a supermarket in Stevenage, Hertfordshire after she went on a bottle-breaking spree down the alcohol aisle.

Viral videos taken by shoppers on Wednesday show the woman sweeping wine and beer off the shelves and chucking them onto the floor, causing a pool of booze and broken glass to build up around her.

At one point, the woman loses her balance and injures her right hand after falling onto the shards.

She remained undeterred and continued tossing bottles onto the floor with her left hand while keeping her right arm raised.

According to a report by The Sun, the woman allegedly hurled a bottle of gin at a customer after he told her to “calm down.”

Television presenter Lee Clark, 50, witnessed the “extraordinary” scene himself on Wednesday and estimated that the woman must have destroyed over 500 bottles of alcohol.

“She didn’t say a word the whole time and had a very vacant look in her face.

“A man told her to calm down so she threw a bottle of gin which hit him in the leg.

“It was shocking and started getting incredibly dangerous,” said Clark.

A security guard then approached the woman from behind to restrain her and lead her away from the premises.

A Hertfordshire Police spokeswoman revealed that the woman was taken to a hospital to treat injuries on her hands and is currently under police custody.

“Police were called at around 2.30pm on Wednesday to report an incident at the Aldi supermarket in Fairlands Way, Stevenage.

“It was reported that several bottles of alcohol had been thrown onto the floor and smashed.

“Officers attended and a woman has been arrested,” the spokeswoman was quoted as saying in The Sun.


In an incident that happened on Friday, 13 November, a man claims his penis was sliced by a female friend in Farlim, George Town, Penang

According to reports, the incident happened prior to 8am in the morning.

New Straits Times reported that police were alerted to the incident at about 7.55am yesterday when they received a call from the 47-year-old victim, informing that his private part had been injured.

The victim had met his friend, a 38-year-old woman, at about 6.30am at his old office.

Both the suspect and the victim are unemployed, according to police.

After having met, both of them consumed drugs

“Investigation showed both of them had consumed drugs and were high. The victim soon fell unconscious. When he came about, he found that his genital was bleeding and the suspect was nowhere to be seen,” Northeast district police chief ACP Soffian Santong said in a statement today, 14 November.

Following which, he lodged a police report about the incident.

While the victim sustained slice wounds, the injuries were said to be not serious.

“The victim is now being treated at the Penang Hospital. He also has a record of receiving psychiatric treatment at the same hospital,” ACP Soffian added.

The suspect has since been arrested.

The woman was arrested an hour later the same day.

She was picked up in Paya Terubong at about 9am, with police also seizing several items linked to the case, including a pair of scissors from the scene, believed to have been used to injure the victim.

She has three previous records for drug-related offences.

Authorities are now investigating the case under Section 324 of the Penal Code for causing hurt.


A Rapid KL staff has received praise from Malaysians for helping a pregnant woman deliver her baby boy at the Puchong Prima LRT Station yesterday, 8 November

In a Facebook post published today, 9 November, Rapid KL said the incident happened when 32-year-old Shahira Nurdiyana Rauf, who works as an operation staff, was resting at the station.

At about 6.30pm, she heard her colleague screaming for help, which prompted her to rush to the scene to find out what was wrong.

She learnt that a 36-year-old heavily pregnant woman was experiencing intense pain near the ticket counter.

Without wasting time, she and a cleaning crew supervisor took the woman to a treatment room at the station as they waited for a medical team to arrive.

However, the pregnant woman was at the brink of labour

That is when Shahira, a mother of two who recently returned to work from her maternity leave, took control of the intense situation.

Seeing that there was no other option, she used her recent childbirth experience to deliver the baby.Her timely role as a midwife had helped make the delivery a success.

The mother and newborn were rushed to Serdang Hospital once the medical team arrived.

“I was nervous during the incident, but I tried to remain collected with the safety and health of the woman in my mind,” related Shahira

To celebrate Shahira’s courageous and life-saving response, Rapid KL said its parent company — Prasarana Malaysia Berhad — held a mini celebration at its headquarters in Menara UOA, Bangsar, reported New Straits Times.

The group’s chief operations officer Datin Norlia Noah handed over a token of appreciation on behalf of the company and lauded her bravery.

Talking about Prasarana employees’ skills, Norlia said all Prasarana frontliners go through training to face critical situations and know basic medical aid.

Although acting as a midwife is not part of the rail operations staff’s duties, Norlia said the skills acquired through the training will definitely come in useful for commuters one day.


A young Malaysian woman’s tweet of her before and after weight loss photos has gone viral

On Saturday, 17 October, Twitter user @shintyxnn tweeted photos of herself using the ‘How It Started vs How It’s Going’ meme format.

Her tweet blew up and has since garnered over 21,000 retweets as well as 137,000 likes.

Overwhelmed by messages of support from the public, she reveals that there is no secret to her remarkable weight loss

“To be honest, a lot of you have been asking what are my secrets to achieve this result, and the truth is there isn’t really any secret behind this, it is all hard work, being disciplined and consistent,” the woman tweeted.

She shared that cutting down on her intake of sugary drinks and replacing them with green tea or lemon water for one to two weeks showed noticeable results.

She also managed to overcome her eating habits by reducing her food intake by 20% and eating them in small portions instead of gorging everything in one sitting.

However, she still sets weight loss goals by doing workouts regularly

She exercises two to three times a week, for at least 20 minutes each time by running on treadmills and following Chloe Ting’s fitness videos on YouTube.

Her advice is that everyone should exercise at their own pace and not to worry about what others think of them.

“The only person you should compete with is yourself and no one else. If you ever feel like giving up, just remember why you started and stick to your goals!”


The SAYS reported a horrifying accident that happened on Saturday morning, 10 October, a 31-year-old Navy officer was killed after a speeding white Perodua Myvi t-boned his car waiting at an intersection traffic light

In the fatal accident, the Myvi driver was seen barrelling down without braking and t-boned the Navy officer’s car that was waiting with another car at the intersection yesterday.

The side collision, in which the Myvi driver hit two cars — a Honda Accord and a Proton Iswara, was captured on a dashcam of another car waiting across the traffic light on Jalan Kota Tinggi in Johor Bahru

The Myvi was driven by a 23-year-old woman, who sustained minor injuries.

The impact of the collision made the Myvi do a somersault in mid-air while flipping the Honda Accord and crash landing on the Proton Iswara, according to the dashcam footage that has gone viral.

Meanwhile, the Honda Accord was driven by Mohd Rizal Buseri, who died at the scene. An officer of the Royal Malaysian Navy (RMN), he leaves behind a wife and three young kids.

The Proton Iswara was driven by a 78-year-old, who was injured.

The Accord was so badly damaged that it took a team of nine firemen to remove the victim’s body which was trapped in the driver’s seat

The team also had to use special equipment to extricate the deceased, according to Fire and Rescue Station (BBP) Larkin Operations Commander Senior Fire Officer II Nordatul Badrol Abd Rahman.

“The 31-year-old victim was trapped in the driver’s side and we used special equipment to remove him. The body was then handed over to the police for further action,” Nordatul Badrol said.

The Myvi driver, who tested positive for drugs, has since been arrested

According to Johor Bahru Selatan District Police chief ACP Mohd Padzli Mohd Zain, the female suspect tested positive for drugs and has been detained to assist with the investigation.

He said that she will be investigated under Section 41(1) of the Road Transport Act 1987 for reckless driving resulting in death, and Section 15(1) (a) of the Dangerous Drugs Act 1952.

Preliminary investigation revealed that the Myvi driver has no driving licence and vehicle’s road tax had expired, according to a Harian Metro report earlier today, 11 October.

The claim about the Myvi driver with no licence and expired road tax was also stated by Johor police chief Datuk Ayob Khan Mydin Pitchay, who said that the female suspect committed several offences.

Meanwhile, the body of Mohd Rizal was buried yesterday afternoon, 10 October, where his fellow officers gave him a Navy send-off

According to VOICE Johor, he was buried at the Tanah Perkuburan Islam in Bandar Tenggara.


A housewife in Kulim had to endure excruciating pain while riding a motorbike to lodge a report at the Kulim District Headquarters. The poor woman suffered injuries to her face after she was beaten by her husband yesterday (3 October).

Due to jealousy, the woman was beaten by her husband causing her face to be swollen and mouth bloody. The 45-year-old also reported her husband beat her with a piece of metal.

Kulim Police Chief, Superintendent Azhar Hashim said that though in agonizing pain, the woman managed to bring herself to the police station riding a motorcycle.

According to Berita Harian, he also said a team from the department of crime and investigations have apprehended the 48-year-old suspect in his home for further investigations.

Investigations found that the suspect is believed to have used his hands and a piece of metal to beat the victim. The police also confiscated a plate-shaped piece of metal used by the suspect.

The victim also said that it was not her first time experiencing the situation. She told that her husband had done it a few times before because he was jealous.

Domestic violence is a serious issue that is happening across the nation. If you are a victim or know anyone suffering from domestic violence, never be afraid to reach out.

Women’s Aid Organization offers services for victims to seek help. Contact them through the WAO Hotline or TINA.

  • Women’s Aid Organization Hotline: +603 7956 3488 (24 hours)
  • SMS/WhatsApp TINA: +6018 988 8058 (24 hours)


The decomposed body of a woman was found in an undergrowth in Petaling Jaya on 30 September

The remains were found in a bush beside Jalan PJU 9/1, Bandar Sri Damansara.

The body was found lying in the bushes and wrapped with a cloth. No personal documents were found on the victim.

Petaling Jaya district police chief ACP Nik Ezanee Mohd Faisal said the body was reported by a construction manager around 1.15pm

The informer said he smelled something foul and found the body when conducting a study for a river embankment project.

Based on the decomposition, the woman is believed to have been dead for between one and two weeks

The body was hauled up and sent to the Sungai Buloh Hospital by firefighters from the Sungai Buloh Fire and Rescue Department.

Those with information on the victim are urged to contact investigation officer ASP Mohd Hafizee Ismail at +6013-3587571 or report to the nearest police station.


A woman in USJ is said to have tested positive for COVID-19

According to SJ Echo, Subang Jaya’s community newspaper, a notice has been put up at Subang Perdana Goodyear Court 2 regarding a resident who recently tested positive for the coronavirus disease.

The woman has been admitted to the hospital

The notice reads, “We have gotten verification from the Commissioner of Buildings (COB), Subang Jaya City Council (MBSJ) that there is a COVID-19 case at Court 2 that involves a 34-year-old woman from Semporna and she has been admitted to the hospital on Sunday, 27 September.”

Image from SJ Echo (Facebook)

Residents of Subang Perdana Goodyear Court 2 are advised to take all necessary precautions and observe the standard operating procedures (SOPs) issued by the Ministry of Health

The notice by the building management also read, “Follow the government’s orders to limit your movement. If there is no dire need, do not leave your home.”


A  woman was caught under suspicion of having an extramarital affair with a 51-year-old widower at a house in Taman Mahsuri, Padang Serai, Kedah today (30 September).

During the inspection at 1.54am, the 36-year-old woman was found hiding behind the door of the man’s house, reported Harian Metro.

According to Kulim District Religious Office (PADK) Chief Enforcement Officer, Azwan Azman, his department received information about suspicious activity in the house before conducting further investigations.

He said that the house was owned by the man who worked as a factory van driver while the woman worked as a production operator at a factory in Prai, Penang.

“The results of the investigation found that the man was living with his teenage son who is disabled (OKU),” he said.

He added that the woman does not have any children and is the wife of another person.

Azwan also said that the man and woman involved failed to show any documents as proof of their relationship nor did they have any documents to show that they were husband and wife. This created suspicions that they were having an extramarital affair in the house.

Following investigations, Azwan said that the man and woman were arrested and taken to the Padang Serai Police Station.

“The couple will be investigated under Section 25 of the State Syariah Criminal Offenses Enactment 2014 for suspected ‘khalwat’.”

If convicted, the accused can be liable to a fine not exceeding RM3,000 or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding two years or to both.


In a report by New Straits Times, the woman spotted something on the ground and decided to unearth it, only to discover that it was an old bomb.

The unexploded bomb is believed to have originated from the World War II era and part of it was exposed after it rained.

The woman contacted her 30-year-old daughter who then lodged a police report.

The bomb had been buried at the compound for quite some time

Seberang Perai Utara police chief ACP Noorzainy Mohd Noor said investigations showed that the woman and her family have been living in the house for six years.

“Our team went to the site and confirmed that the bomb had actually been buried at the compound of the house for some time.”

The bomb was later confirmed to be a World War II shell bomb.

Noorzainy said, “The object appeared similar to a mortar bomb, however, our bomb disposal unit later confirmed it to be a shell bomb used during World War II.”

He said the police have safely extracted the bomb, which will be taken to Penang contingent police headquarters to be detonated.