Tuesday September 4, 2012
Bangladeshi caught with friend’s wife gets a beating
A Bangladeshi man was beaten up after being caught red-handed with his friend's wife, reported Sinar Harian.
The friend, who returned home early two days ago, found the two at his home in Petaling Jaya.
Incensed, he punched his Bangladeshi friend but the attack stopped after the apartment's security committee members arrived.
The committee then ordered the Bangladeshi to move out of the apartment within two days.
> Harian Metro reported that a drug party in Teluk Juara, Pulau Tioman, last Friday, was prematurely stopped following a raid by the police.
Two DJs had admitted to organising the underground party through a social networking website.
Each participant was charged RM15 and supplied with a drug of their choice syabu or ecstasy.
During the raid, police found 20 ecstasy pills and 17 capsules filled with powdered drugs believed to belong to the two DJs.
All 24 participants, aged between 22 and 45, tested positive for drugs.
When the police arrived at the party, the participants were wildly dancing on the beach.
The participants and the two organisers have been detained at the Rompin police station to facilitate investigations.
> The two tabloids also reported that two friends had stumbled upon a decaying male body in a storeroom at the back of a tyre shop in Ampang Waterfront two days ago.
Mohd Faril Ikram, 31, and Edy Sazali, 27, were on their way to a lake nearby when they detected a stench coming from the storeroom.
“Based on the state of the body, the victim could have been dead for roughly a month,” said Mohd Faril, who used to work at a morgue at Hospital Kuala Lumpur.
Police have classified the case as sudden death.
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