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KOTA KINABALU: A woman was cleaning out rubbish bins at the Cyber City Apartment II near here when she noticed a plastic bag, thinking that it contained chicken.

Without much thought, the cleaner took the bag from among the trash, and felt that it was a bit too heavy.

She put it on the ground and checked it properly, only to find a dead baby girl with its umbilical cord still attached.

Penampang police chief Deputy Supt Haris Ibrahim said the woman alerted police of her 10.20am find on Sunday (July 28).

“Medical officials found that the baby was already lifeless,” he said.

DSP Haris said the body was taken to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital for a post-mortem.

“Anyone with information about this case can contact us and assist with investigations,” he said.

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An online video has revealed a woman passenger showing six tickets to an attendant after she was criticised by fellow passengers for hogging seats on a green train in Harbin, capital of Northeast China’s Heilongjiang province.

The video has since sparked debate, according to Beijing Evening News.

In the video, the woman said she failed to buy sleeper tickets, so she had to buy tickets for six adjacent seats for enough sleeping space for her two children.

Passengers without seats asked her to give up the seats, which resulted in a dispute with the woman insisting she’d done nothing wrong.

“The passenger has paid for all the tickets and used the seats for her children,” said one netizen, supporting the woman. “It is her legitimate rights and interests that need no queries.”

There were some on the opposite side.

“It is a waste of public resources,” said one netizen. “The extra tickets she bought should be provided to other passengers who are really in need.”

“No matter how many ID cards have been used to buy the tickets, passengers who carry tickets can take up all the seats even if the tickets’ owners are not travelling together,” an officer from China Railway Group told the newspaper.

“When a passenger buys a train ticket, he has signed a relevant contract with the group. As long as the passenger does not refund or change the ticket, he has the right to authorise other passengers to use the seat.”

“The passenger’s behaviour couldn’t be defined as hogging seats,” said Yuan Zheng, a lawyer from the Qinzhou Law Firm in Shanghai, quoted by the newspaper. “However, according to the requirement of real-name tickets, the railway authorities can refuse to provide services to those who don’t match with the information on their tickets.”

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A video showing a woman losing her temper onboard a flight to Los Angeles has gone viral.

According to Independent, the incident took place onboard an American Airlines plane that was about to depart from Miami, America on 22 July.

In the video, the unidentified woman started swearing at her boyfriend because she caught him looking at another woman

You want to look at other women? F$%k you,” the woman said. 

A flight attendant could be seen trying to console the woman, pointing out that there was a child in the seat behind her. 

However, the woman simply shot back at the attendant saying, “Yeah I know, I f@#king consoled the f$%king child“, adding that her boyfriend is “the f@#king problem.”

The cabin crew were left with no other choice but to ask the couple to deplane

The boyfriend, who was identified by his first name Memo, calmly agreed to leave the flight and the woman followed suit while she continued to swear at him.

As Memo followed the crew, he could be heard saying, “You’re assaulting me, you know,” which angered the woman further who responded with, “I’ve known you for years, I’m assaulting you?!

She took out her laptop and immediately smashed it on her boyfriend’s head while many passengers gasped in shock. 

A person in the video could be heard saying, “Ma’am you’re going to be charged with assault,” to which the woman responded, “Yeah, whatever,” as she followed the man out of the aisle.

American Airlines has since responded to the incident. The company commended the crew for promptly handling the situation.

“Prior to departure from the gate on Sunday at Miami International Airport, two passengers who were travelling together were involved in a dispute. Law enforcement was requested, and both passengers were removed from the aircraft,” an American Airlines spokesperson was saying as quoted by Independent. 

“We thank the American crew who worked quickly to diffuse the situation. Their actions resulted in a safe environment for all of our passengers,” the spokesperson added. 

According to Unilad, Julia Scorupco confirmed that the woman has since been arrested. 

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PETALING JAYA – A pregnant woman was crushed to death while three other men who rushed to rescue her died from electric shock following a construction site accident in Sungai Buloh.

Selangor Fire and Rescue Depart-ment director Norazam Khamis said the department received a distress call at 12.57pm yesterday.

“We immediately dispatched a fire engine with seven officers to the scene at Kampung Matang Pagar.

“The 29-year-old pregnant woman was hit when a staircase at a construction site collapsed,” he said yesterday.

He said three other men rushed to her aid but they also ended up as victims.

“They were electrocuted as electric current was still flowing following the collapse.

“All four victims died at the scene,” he said, adding that his personnel managed to extricate the body of the woman and removed the three other bodies.

The victims were identified as Wan Hasheliza Wan Ibrahim, 29, Mohd Radezi Abdul Aziz, 35, Shahril Apipie Mokhtar, 29, and an Indonesian man known as Bambang Sulistio.

Sungai Buloh OCPD Supt Shafa’aton Abu Bakar said the case has been classified as sudden death.

He added that the bodies of the four victims have been sent to the Sungai Buloh Hospital for post-mortems.

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KUALA LUMPUR: The police have arrested a woman for allegedly beating a Year Five pupil at a school in Taman Shamelin, Cheras, here.

Cheras OCPD Asst Comm Mohamed Mokhsein Mohamed Zon said that a report on the incident was lodged on July 3 by the victim’s father.

ACP Mohamed Mokhsein said that a misunderstanding had sparked between the 11-year-old victim and her classmate.

“The victim told her father that she was then beaten up by the mother of the classmate in a classroom after school.

“The victim suffered injuries to the nose and hand. Her father had also taken her to the Kuala Lumpur Hospital for treatment,” he said in a statement on Thursday (July 18).

ACP Mokhsein said that an arrest was made on July 7.

“A 45-year-old woman was arrested at her house around 1am. She was then remanded until July 8, before being released on police bail,” he said.

He added that police are awaiting for the victim’s medical report before completing their investigation paper, which will then be forwarded to the deputy public prosecutor.

The case is being investigated under Section 324 of the Penal Code for causing hurt.

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A woman from Stockholm, Sweden but living in Seoul, South Korea recently shared on her Facebook about a horrible and painful encounter she and her friend had with two Korean girls.

It was on Thursday night (11th July) that Sarah and her friend were inside a bathroom somewhere in Itaewon. Her friend was inside the toilet while she waited outside with one of the Korean girls who was also waiting for someone. There wasn’t tissue inside the toilet, so Sarah asked the Korean girl if she had some that she could pass to her friend.

However, the girl suddenly started hitting Sarah in the head and pulling her hair! The other Korean girl also came out of the toilet and joined in the attack.

“Her friend came out and started attacking me everywhere, stepping over my head, biting me, scratching me and trying to ruin my face and choked me. She even attacked my friend who came back to take me out,” Sarah wrote.

Some workers finally came to their ‘rescue’ and took Sarah and her friend outside, but instead of making sure they were alright, the workers pushed them and “protected the Korean girl like she was a victim”.

Over at the police station, Sarah and her friend claimed they treated unfairly too as the policemen didn’t allow her to speak.

“I was screaming and asking her why did you attack me and police men kept saying shut up shut up I felt so unfair and so disrespected and all was against us,” Sarah said.

The Korean girl had also screamed back at Sarah in Korean, telling her to “go out from my country”.

“I’m still shaking, I can’t believe what happened because I never had a fight or got attacked before. I feel so unsafe, I think I can’t live here anymore.”

I was brutally attacked by two korean girls inside the bathroom Thursday night in Itaewon , my friend was inside the…

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BEIJING – Doctors in central China’s Hubei province said they have successfully transplanted kidneys from a prematurely born donor baby in the body of a 47-year-old woman who was suffering from kidney failure.

The donor weighed only 1.3kg, Wuhan Union Hospital said on Wednesday (July 10), calling the baby the lightest kidney donor ever reported.

The woman, surnamed Wang, from Duchang county, Jiangxi province, was diagnosed with uremia in June last year and the transplant was performed a month later.

Without the transplant, Ms Wang would have had to receive blood dialysis for the rest of her life in order to survive.

The kidneys used in the surgery were from a premature baby, whose parents decided to donate the organs after the infant died, the hospital said.

Following a year of follow-up treatment, the baby’s kidneys, which were between 3cm and 4cm long before the transplant, have grown to 6.9 cm and 7.6 cm in the patient’s body, closer to the usual size of 10 cm for an adult.

The two kidneys are functioning normally and Ms Wang has recovered, the hospital said.

Transplant operations using kidneys donated by infants are very difficult compared with kidneys donated by adults. Generally, infants that weigh less than 5kg are not considered abroad as sources of organs for transplants, the hospital said.

Dr Wang Zhendi, a transplant surgeon in the hospital and the woman’s doctor, said the blood vessels and ureter, a tube that carries urine from the kidney to the urinary bladder, are very thin in infants’ kidneys.

This makes precision surgery very difficult, with higher chances of post-surgery complications. It is also more difficult for such kidneys to function in an adult’s body as they are not fully developed.

“The less the weight of the donor, the slower the kidney recovers its functions in the body where it is transplanted,” he said.

Although an adult can survive with just one kidney, usually two kidneys are transplanted from an infant to improve the chances of a healthy outcome, he said.

The success of the surgery means sources for kidney transplants can be expanded to include infant donors.

This will ease the gap between the number of organs donated and the number of patients with terminal kidney disease waiting for transplant in China, the hospital said.

In Wuhan Union Hospital alone, more than 500 registered patients with kidney failure are waiting for suitable organs for transplantation, the hospital said.

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Earlier this month, a woman from south-east China claimed she was seriously injured after being knocked off her bicycle by a truck

The alleged accident happened on 4 July in Wuhu, Anhui province.

According to a South China Morning Post (SCMP) report published on 10 July, the woman claimed that she was hit by the truck while she was on her bicycle.

Following which, she called the police as she lay under the truck. When officers arrived at the scene, they found the woman “moaning in pain” and demanding compensation from the truck driver, who was identified only as Cui, SCMP reported.

There was, however, only one issue with her claim

She wasn’t hit by the truck instead she staged being knocked off her bicycle by throwing it under the truck before positioning herself in front of the truck’s tyres.

The woman would have gotten away with the whole thing had it not been caught on the surveillance camera installed across the street.

When police officers reviewed the footage from the surveillance camera it became clear she had faked the whole incident

The woman apparently staged the accident after having a business dispute with the driver and sought revenge, according to People’s Daily.

While police said they are investigating the woman, it is unclear if she would be facing any punishment for her actions.

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We all agree that a meal tastes better when it’s made with fresh ingredients.

For one middle-aged woman in Chongqing, China, that meant whipping up dinner using a live chicken.

She was rushing home on July 6 when she was stopped by a train station staff member who spotted the animal in her shopping bag.

It turns out, commuters are not allowed to board trains with pets and livestock.

The woman had to make a decision.

If you thought that the chicken had a chance to escape its fate, you’d be wrong.

The commuter decided to slaughter the bird on the spot, surprising her fellow travellers who filmed the incident on their mobile phones.

In a clip circulating online, she is seen swiftly slitting the chicken’s neck and letting its blood out in a rubbish bin.

After effectively turning the livestock into meat, she successfully boarded the train home.

According to a Chongqing transport official, this is not the first time a commuter has brought live poultry into a train station.

In the past, several travellers butchered chickens and ducks when they were barred from taking the train, with some leaving bloodied messes on the train station floor.

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A woman and her parents in India have been arrested after her husband was strangled to death and buried in their backyard.

The woman, identified as Mariammal, left her alcoholic husband and took their two daughters with her to stay with her parents, Malaysia Nanban reported.

Apparently, he had been abusive as well.

Several days ago, the man turned up at his in-laws’ house and demanded that his wife and children return home with him.

Mariammal refused to do so, and scolded him for turning up for her brother’s funeral a month before.

While husband and wife got into a shouting match, Mariammal’s father suddenly attacked him. With the help of his daughter, they strangled him with a rope.

They later burned his body with kerosene and buried him behind their house.

Police, who received an anonymous tip about the killing, found the body and arrested the woman and her parents.

It is not clear what the mother’s role was in the case.

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