Tuesday September 1, 2009
Man in high-heel attack a top property agent
Other News & Views
Compiled By IZATUN SHARI,BEH YUEN HUI and A. RAMAN
A MAN caught on video being hit in the private parts by his girlfriend with her high-heel shoe, is a director of an international property company.
Nanyang Siang Pau reported that the couple had been dating for two years.
A person who claimed to be the couple’s friend contacted the media after the video clip was widely circulated on the Internet and the news was reported in local newspapers.
The friend said the 41-year-old man was among the top 10 agents in the company and due to his excellent performance, was appointed as director of a department overseeing more than 100 agents.
“He is good looking, wears glasses and looks younger than his real age.
“He drives a big car, lives in condominium and is popular among the women,’’ the friend said, adding that the man was divorced and has a daughter.
The friend said the 21-year-old woman was a receptionist at the property company two years ago.
However, she did not last long as she often wore sexy dresses and received numerous warnings from the Human Resources Department.
Since then, she has not worked and depends on the boyfriend.
It was reported on Saturday that the woman was caught on video scolding her boyfriend, repeatedly hitting him on the face and attacking his private parts at a parking bay in Singapore.
> China Press reported that Miss Singapore Universe Ris Low was much criticised for her poor command of English.
A video of an interview with Low has become a local hit due to her bad pronounciation.
The clip on ST Razor TV has reached 16,000 hits as on Sunday since it was uploaded on July 8.
Asked what was the most daring outfit she would wear, the 19-year-old student of the Management Development Institute of Singapore answered bigini instead of bikini and gins (jeans).
Among other words she pronounced wrongly were red as rad and zebra as zipbra.
> Other News & Views is compiled from the vernacular newspapers (Bahasa Malaysia, Chinese and Tamil dailies). As such, stories are grouped according to the respective language/medium. Where a paragraph begins with a sub-heading, it denotes a separate news item.