Sunday, September 30, 2012

Jumper hurt in tower mishap

Jumper hurt in tower mishap
KUALA LUMPUR: Firemen rescued a base jumper after he was flung into the sidewall of the iconic KL Tower during the International Tower Jump event.
The incident occurred at noon when the man jumped off the Open Deck of the 421m-high tower.
Suddenly, a strong gust of wind pushed him back and he hit the wall with his parachute dangling.
Kuala Lumpur Fire and Rescue operations assistant director Azizan Ismail said the man, whose identity was not released, suffered minor injuries but was in stable condition.
The incident caught the attention of the crowds who had turned up to watch the show. Many of them gawked as firemen rescued the man.
As at press time, the management of KL Tower which organised the event declined to comment.
The sporting event was initially organised in conjunction with KL Tower's third anniversary celebrations and has since become an annual event.
Participants from 18 countries are taking part in the four-day event, which ends today.
Base jumping is an activity where participants jump from fixed objects and use a parachute to break their fall.
Base is an acronym that stands for four categories of fixed objects from which one can jump off. They are buildings, antennas, spans (bridges) and earth (cliffs).
KL Tower, which was opened in March, 1995, is the seventh tallest telecommunications tower in the world and the tallest in South-East Asia. - theStarOnline

Tuesday, September 25, 2012

Passers-by go on looting spree as lorry driver lies injured

SHAH ALAM: As the driver of a courier lorry lay injured after his vehicle rammed into another lorry, passers-by coolly carted away goods worth about RM800,000 after an early morning accident in Kuala Kubu Baru.
They made off with laptops, cosmetic items, hair dye, bread, car spare parts and medication in the 2.15am incident on Saturday on the North-South Expressway.
Fortunately for the 46-year-old driver, who suffered injuries to his shoulder and right hand, a Good Samaritan later sent him to Hospital Kuala Kubu Baru where he received outpatient treatment.
The vehicle he was driving had rammed into another lorry that was parked along the emergency lane in Kerling.
Selangor police chief Deputy Comm Datuk Tun Hisan Tun Hamzah said police managed to nab two men, aged 31 and 26, and retrieved items worth about RM20,000.
“We recovered items like laptops and spare parts when we raided their houses the next day,” he told reporters at the Selangor police contingent here yesterday.
One is apparently a workshop owner and the other, his employee.
“Both tested positive for syabu although they do not have any criminal record,” said DCP Tun Hisan.
“The men have been placed under remand until Wednesday,” he said, adding that police had yet to determine how many others carted away the goods.
“Please be good and responsible citizens by returning the items to the police,” DCP Tun Hisan said, adding that the people's actions “reflected a negative attitude among Malaysian society”.
Asked if they would be charged should they return the items, he said although that decision was left to the deputy public prosecutor, they could face charges under Section 411 of the Penal Code for possessing stolen goods. - theStarOnline

Monday, September 24, 2012

Girl drawn into weird world of masochism

KUANTAN: A 16-year-old girl was drawn into a bizarre world of sadomasochism by a Datuk' and a so-called sultan after she fell in love with another teenager over the phone.
Ling (not her real name) endured self-mutiliation and sleep deprivation in the belief that she was saving the life of her “boyfriend” after being told he had suffered a heart attack.
She said although she had never met the boy and their relationship was purely based on calls and SMSes, she was ordered by his uncle a “Datuk Alex Leung” and a “sultan” to slash herself and go sleepless for days otherwise her boyfriend would die.
She was also instructed to send nude photographs of herself to the 18-year-old San' and he, in turn, sent her videos of himself masturbating.
Ling's father noticed his daughter behaving strangely and found her cowering in a corner of her room on Sept 18. After much coaxing, she told him everything that had happened to her over the past month.
Her father also found SMSes from Leung, telling Ling to use the injuries on her body to accuse her parents of being abusive.
He then lodged a police report.
Ling said San was jobless and lives in Kuala Lumpur. They came to know each other through a mutual friend.
In August, Leung allegedly contacted Ling and told her that San, who is supposedly his nephew, had had a heart attack and she needed to fulfil a list of conditions to heal the boy.
“He said I must slash my body and not sleep for eight days to save my boyfriend,” said Ling, adding that Leung also sent her photographs of women with similar cuts on their bodies.
Using a blade, Ling repeatedly slashed her belly and chest.
“The Datuk' said he has spirits watching me, so he would know if I was sleeping or not.
“I fell asleep once and he got angry and ordered me not to sleep for another week,” she said at a press conference.
Ling added that whenever she could not fulfil Leung's demands, he would threaten to report to the “sultan”.
“This sultan contacted me once and said he could get my dad fired.
“I felt it strange that a sultan was calling me but did not want to think much about it,” she said. - theStarOnline

Sunday, September 23, 2012

New South Wales govt to challenge parole for Malaysian killer of Aussie surgeon

MELBOURNE: The New South Wales (NSW) state government is challenging a decision to grant parole to Malaysian Liew Chiew Seng who killed heart surgeon Victor Chang.
Liew was given parole last week, 21 years after being jailed for shooting Chang dead in a failed extortion attempt at Mosman, north Sydney.
Liew, 69, who suffers from Parkinson's disease and dementia, was due to be released from jail after Oct 3, and was expected to be deported to Malaysia.
But NSW Attorney-General Greg Smith on Sunday announced the government would ask the Supreme Courts to review the State Parole Authority's decision to free him.
"I received legal advice that a judicial review of the authority's decision is warranted," Smith said in a statement.
"This killer cannot be supervised by Australian authorities once he is deported, and there is no way to enforce his parole conditions in Malaysia," said Smith.
"I believe it is not in the public interest to release him when he has only served one year of his six-year parole period," said Smith.
He said the Supreme Court would be asked to consider the issue as a matter of urgency.
The other man convicted for the surgeon's shooting, Phillip Lim Choon Tee, was released on parole in 2010,and deported to Malaysia.
He served 18 years of a 24-year sentence. - Bernama

Malaysians rejoice as Estino conquers English Channel — but his mum knew nothing of it

KOTA KINABALU: Even as the country celebrated Estino Taniyu's successful completion of a solo challenge across the 33.6km English Channel, his mother in Semporna knew nothing of his feat.
It was only much later that she was told of her son's triumph. “Really? Syukur Allah (Thank God),” said Jahia Asaral, 47, an ethnic Bajau housewife, when told of the good news yesterday.
She said the last time she got a call from Estino was from “his office” in Peninsular Malaysia earlier this month when he called to inform her that he was leaving for England.
She then told her second child to take care.
Cold challenge: Team members shouting encouragement to Mohd Roslan during the challenge. - BernamaCold challenge: Team members shouting encouragement to Mohd Roslan during the challenge. - Bernama
Speaking through an interpreter in a telephone interview, Jahia said: “We thank the Government for giving our son the opportunity to bring a good name to our family.”
Estino made history as the third Malaysian to conquer the English Channel at 10.20pm Malaysian time on Friday.
The Malaysian Royal Navy personnel reached Sandy Beach, Calais in France, after taking off from Dover Beach in Britain at 8.41am (Malaysian time), Bernama reported the Prime Minister's press secretary, Datuk Akmar Hisham Mokhles as saying.
The 1Malaysia English Channel Unity Swim Expedition swimmer clocked 13 hours 45 minutes to complete his endeavour.
Estino flying the ‘Jalur Gemilang’ upon completing his challenge at the Dover Harbour in England. — BernamaEstino flying the ‘Jalur Gemilang’ upon completing his challenge at the Dover Harbour in England. — Bernama
Datuk Abdul Malik Mydin first completed the feat in 2003 in 17 hours and 35 minutes, followed by Lennard Lee in 2004, who finished in nine hours and 45 minutes.
Meanwhile, the relay team of six swimmers, also from the Malaysian navy, completed their challenge of swimming across the English Channel at 4pm on Thursday in 14 hours and 30 minutes.
The team comprised Mohd Roslan Mohd Zawawi, Mohd Khairul Faizal Mazli, Mohd Salleh Mahmor, Buranurdin Sali, Sharizal Omar and Mohd Zulfadhli Mahamad.
The swimmers are expected to touch down at the KL International Airport at 7.30am today
Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak praised Estino for successfully overcoming numerous challenges, including choppy waters, to claim the swimming success.
“As for the relay team, we are also proud of their successes and they have displayed the Malaysia Boleh spirit,” he said.
In Kota Kinabalu, RMN Region II commander for Sabah and Sarawak Rear Admiral Datuk Mohammad Roslan Omar said Estino's achievement had brought great pride to the Navy, to Malaysians and particularly to Sabahans. - theStarOnline

Brunei Sultan's daughter weds in elaborate ceremony

Brunei Sultan's daughter weds
BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN, Brunei: Glittering jewels and the echoes of a 17-gun salute marked the climax of wedding celebrations for the daughter of one of the world's wealthiest men, the Sultan of Brunei.
Princess Hajah Hafizah Sururul Bolkiah, 32, and Pengiran Haji Muhammad Ruzaini, 29, were presented to the royal court in a lavish traditional ceremony at the sultan's 1,700-room palace on Sunday.
Although the couple were legally wed on Thursday after signing the marriage contract, Sunday's event marks the height of more than a week of festivities in the tiny oil-rich Muslim sultanate on Borneo island.
The bride, dressed in a crystal-beaded beige and silver gown, was ushered into the throne room by sixteen royal guards carrying ceremonial spears and shields.
She was seated at the head of the hall in front of 3,000 guests, including Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra, Philippines President Benigno Aquino and Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen.
Visibly nervous, the groom, wearing beige and gold brocade to complement his wife's ensemble, was escorted to the bridal dias where the sultan took Ruzaini's hand and placed it on the bride's forehead - a symbolic blessing and gesture of affection in Malay culture.
The monarch also bestowed the groom with the royal title "Yang Amat Mulia Pengiran Anak", which roughly translates as "Son of His Highness" and is reserved only for the upper tiers of Brunei's aristocracy.
Two pots of crystal flowers, with eggs tied on to the stalks, were placed next to the bride and groom on the dias to represent the hope of a fertile marriage.
The brief 20-minute ceremony concluded with the state religious leader reading a prayer for the newlyweds asking for God's blessing of the union.
As the smiling couple were ushered out of the room by the bride's younger brother Prince Abdul Mateen, they took turns to kiss the hands of the royal family, including the monarch and Queen Saleha.
A state banquet will be held in the evening, where Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak and other foreign dignitaries are expected to attend. Queen Elizabeth II also sent a message to the Brunei royal family - which has ruled the sultanate for 600 years - congratulating the newlyweds and wishing them "a happy wedding day and many blessed years together".
The pomp and pageantry of the royal wedding is a rare source of excitement in Brunei, which is known for its slow pace of life and lack of nightlife - alcohol is largely banned under Islamic practice.
It is the first time one of the sultan's children - five sons and seven daughters from three marriages - has married since 2007.
Hafizah, who has a degree in business administration, is the fifth child of the sultan and Queen Saleha and works as an officer at the finance ministry.
Ruzaini is a civil servant in the prime minister's office.
The sultanate, which dates back to the 15th century, is a Malay Muslim absolute monarchy which gained full independence from Britain in 1984.
Situated on a sliver of Borneo island, with Malaysia and Indonesia occupying the rest, it is a major producer of oil and liquefied natural gas.
The energy wealth has brought Brunei's citizens, who number fewer than 400,000, one of the highest per capita incomes in Asia.- AFP

Thursday, September 20, 2012

Worker killed in LRT project site mishap

KUALA LUMPUR: A construction worker was killed when he was sandwiched between a pole and a segmental box girder launcher on a Light Rail Transit (LRT) track under construction at the Taman Muhibbah People's Housing Project (PPR) in Puchong near here Thursday.
Mohammad Hanafi Abdullah, 23, from Kedah, was pronounced dead at the Kampung Muhibbah 1Malaysia Clinic at 1.28pm.
Bina Puri-Tim Sekata JV construction manager Kenny Tiew said Mohammad Hanafi, who was an employee of a subcontractor, and several other workers were working on the track when the incident occurred at about 11.20am.
"A worker immediately contacted the Fire and Rescue Department who brought down the victim from the track.
"A medical officer managed to resuscitate the victim, after which he vomited and fainted again," he said when contacted.
Tiew said Mohammad Hanafi was taken to the Kampung Muhibbah 1Malaysia Clinic before he died, apparently from internal bleeding.
He said following the incident, construction work on the track has been suspended pending investigation by the Department of Occupational Safety and Health. - Bernama

Tragic end for teen after night out with friends

SEPANG: A fun night out with friends ended tragically for a 17-year-old social butterfly who thought that the drug she took was “just ecstasy”.
The girl, whom close friends called Hayley, did not know that the pill was a mix of unknown deadly substances.
The teenager, a student at a private school, who had already been accepted to study in a university in the US, died after taking the pill recently.
Her best friend, who only wished to be identified as Catherine, said: “She probably thought that she was popping an ecstasy pill but it contained more than that.”
“She was usually really careful and knew not to mix drugs and alcohol and we would also watch out for her just to be sure.
“Her death came as a devastating shock to both her family and friends,” added Catherine. “I wasn’t there. She was with a different group of friends when this happened,” she added.
She said they had been close friends since they were 13, adding that both shared an interest in performing arts.
“She always wanted to be an actress,” Catherine said. - theStarOnline

Sunday, September 16, 2012

Lawyer ‘buys’ former Miss Malaysia for RM600

Beauties with a heart: Doing their bit for good cause at the 'auction' are Heng (L) & Sim (R) who were 'sold' for RM600 and RM820 respectively.
KUALA LUMPUR: Former Miss Malaysia World Nadia Heng has been “sold” for RM600 but it was no slave trade; it was an “auction” for a good cause.

Heng was among five local personalities who were “sold” to the highest bidder to raise funds for the upgrading of UndiMsia!’s resource centre. The “buyers” got to go out with the personalities on a date.
Heng said she was game for anything – be it a candlelight dinner or a meal at a mamak’s stall.
“I don’t mind being ‘sold’ off like that as it is for a good cause,” she said when met at the auction in conjunction with UndiMsia!’s one-year anniversary celebration in Bangsar here.
Lawyer Dipendra Rai, 37, put in the bid of RM600 for her. Asked where he planned to take Heng, Rai said he wanted to surprise her.
IT manager Adam Loo, 38, paid the highest price of RM1,200 and won a “date” with lawyer Edmund Bon.
Loo, Bon’s close friend, said their “date” would be their usual hangout at a mamak’s stall and he would buy Bon roti canai and teh tarik.
“I am flattered to have got the highest bid but more importantly, I am thankful so many people have contributed for a good cause,’’ said Bon.
Other personalities at the auction were FHM Girl Next Door 2010 contest winner Yvonne Sim, documentary producer Seira Sacha, and actor Tony Eusoff, who were “sold” for RM820, RM800 and RM320 respectively.
The event also included performances by the band To Kill a Mockingbird and singer Emeka Agu, as well as a screening of the documentary Ombak Perubahan.
The documentary was directed by The S-Ploited, in association with Wayang Loyar Burok, and tells the history of social justice movements in Malaysia, Indonesia and the Philippines
UndiMsia! is an initiative targeted at youths to build communities and empower citizens. - theStarOnline

Friday, September 14, 2012

Group protests against anti-Islam video in front of American Embassy

Egyptian protesters take cover during clashes with riot police near the US embassy in Cairo on September 13, 2012. Police used tear gas as they clashed with a crowd protesting outside the US embassy in Cairo against a film mocking Islam. - AFP PHOTO/KHALED DESOUKI - 14 September, 2012

KUALA LUMPUR: A group of about 30 people gathered outside the American Embassy to protest against a video clip of a film that mocked and insulted Islam and the Prophet Muhammad.
The group from the Coalition of Muslim Defenders (Gabungan Pembela-Pembela Islam, or PEMBELA), submitted a memorandum demanding that the U.S. authorities take action against the people who produced film and distributed the video clip.
Filem hina Islam: Pembela, 15 NGO protes AS
The peaceful protest in front of the U.S. Embassy condemned the films of Prophet Muhammad SAW after Friday prayers. - Bernama photo
PEMBELA chairman Aminuddin Yahya, who led the group and who submitted the memorandum to representatives of the Embassy, said the group also demanded that the U.S. Goverment apologise to Muslims worldwide for allowing the film to produced in the country.
"Their heinous act has created outrage and anxiety for all peace-loving communities supporting the philosophy of peaceful coexistence," Aminuddin told reporters after submitting the memorandum.
He said PEMBELA was against any form of violent protest but would continue to hold gatherings if no action was taken by the U.S. Government over the film.
The group bearing flags representing some of the 15 NGOs represented in the coalition's protest, had earlier marched from the nearby Tabung Haji in Jalan Tun Razak to the Embassy after Friday prayers.
Cheras OCPD Assistant Commissioner of Police Mohan Singh said police gave the group five minutes to hand over their memorandum and then disperse.
The group dispersed peacefully.
A 14-minute video clip said to be the trailer of a movie which mocked and insulted Islam and the Prophet Muhammad was posted on Youtube in July, stirring anger among Muslims worldwide.
The video clip of the movie “Innocence of Muslims” sparked protests on Thursday against the American Embassies in Egypt and Yemen, and led to demonstrations in Iraq, Iran, Tunisia and Bangladesh.
An earlier attack on the American consulate in Libya on Tuesday, which killed the US Ambassador and three other foreign service workers, was at first thought to be linked to the protests, but investigators reportedly said that they now suspect it was an extremist plot.
A 55-year old man, Nakoula Basseley Nakoula, who is thought to have uploaded the Youtube clip using the pseudonym “Sam Bacile”, was on Thursday placed under police protection in Los Angeles following the protests.
The cast and crew depicted in the video clip have claimed that were “grossly misled” about the film's intent and purpose.
Both Umno and PAS have condemned the film. In a statement on Thursday, Umno Youth said the film was an “obvious wild provocation, insolent and had marred ties and tolerance between religions”.
Pas Youth chief Nasrudin Hassan on Thursday said his movement was disappointed and condemned the film, which had incited anger among Muslims. - theStarOnline

Huge welcome for Will and Kate at KLCC park

Prince William waves to the crowd with a smiling Catherine Middleton by his side as the royal couple arrive to a rousing welcome at the KLCC Park on Friday. - AZHAR MAHFOF/The Star - 14 September, 2012

KUALA LUMPUR: Prince William and Catherine Middleton arrived Friday at the KLCC park for a cultural walkabout and received a huge welcome from the crowd that had gathered from early morning to greet the royal pair.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge smiled and shook hands with the public through the barricades.
Kate, in a white dress and her hair up in a cool chignon, received flowers from her fans.
They had arrived at 10.30 to tremendous cheers and screams from the huge crowd lined up along the roads.
Prince William and Catherine Middleton, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, waving to the crowd during their walkabout at the KLCC Park on Friday. - GLENN GUAN/The Star - 14 September, 2012
Both the UK and Malaysia flags fluttered proudly as the royal pair smiled and waved to the crowd as they rode in on a buggy.
Some fans had even prepared banners to show their love for the couple.
A big group, including school children and tourists, had gathered much earlier at the park to see the royal pair.
Will and Kate witnessed several cultural performances, including traditional Malay dance and silat during their cultural walkabout.
They later had lunch hosted by the British Malaysian Chamber of Commerce at KLCC where William joked that he was glad durian was not on the menu.
He said he had some durian at Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak's house on Thursday and feared for the safety of the people he met afterwards.
The royal pair then left for the Diamond Jubilee Tea Party at the British High Commissioner's residence.

Friday, September 7, 2012

Home alone baby in flat fire dies

GEORGE TOWN: A six-month-old baby boy, who suffered 70 percent burns after being left alone in a flat that caught fire in Mak Mandin in Butterworth, died at 6.40pm Thursday.
Y. Meysshvin failed to recover from the severe burns he suffered on Aug 15 when the flat caught fire.
His 48-year-old babysitter had allegedly left the sleeping baby alone in the flat to go to the market.
Meysshvin was rescued by neighbour J.P. Supermaniam, 60, who risked his life by rushing into the burning unit.
The baby was rushed into the Penang Hospital's paediatric intensive care unit but the baby's condition deteriorated and some of his fingers and toes turned black.
Meysshvin's mother Ranjeeta Kaur, 28, said the doctors told the family on Wednesday to be prepared for the worst as the baby's chance of survival was low.
“He (baby) had been having breathing difficulty for the last 24 hours,” she said, holding back tears, when met at the mortuary here Thursday.
“We hope that other babysitters are careful when looking after children and not to leave them unattended,” she said.
The family is expected to pick up the baby's body on Friday.
Sarojaha claimed trial on Aug 24 after being charged in a Magistrate's court for neglecting the baby.
She was alleged to have committed the offence at unit No. 4, fourth floor, Block 6, Mak Mandin Flat in Butterworth between 10am and 10.30am on Aug 15.

Wednesday, September 5, 2012

Three nabbed for allegedly stepping on PM's photos

Pijak gambar PM: Model sambilan serah diri kepada polis
Image : Sinar Harian

JOHOR BARU: Three young people have been nabbed for allegedly stepping on photographs of the Prime Minister during a Merdeka Day eve gathering.
A 19-year-old freelance model surrendered herself at the Johor Baru (South) police headquarters here Wednesday
Wearing a white collared T-shirt, the model from Taman Puteri Wangsa, accompanied by her friends, turned herself in at about 10am after her picture was published as part of the police wanted list in a Chinese daily Tuesday for stepping on pictures of Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak during the Perhimpunan Janji Demokrasi gathering at Dataran Merdeka.
The report was completed at around 1.05pm and she was escorted into a police vehicle out of the building.
Later, Wednesday, her friend, a 20 year-old handphone promoter, was arrested after he came to the police headquarters at about 6pm.
Johor CID deputy chief Asst Comm Mohd Akhir Ishak said that both of them would be taken to the Dang Wangi police headquarters in Kuala Lumpur to help in investigations.
“We are in the process of identifying their other friends who attended the same gathering to aid in investigations,” he said.
Meanwhile, a 19-year-old male turned himself in at the Dang Wangi station Wednesday afternoon after seeing his photograph in the newspaper in connection with events at the gathering. - theStarOnline

‘Mannequin’ tied to balcony turns out to be dead body

Kekasih mangsa warga Kanada kelihatan sugul menerima berita kematian teman lelakinya.
Beloved Canadian victims seem subdued received news of the death of her boyfriend.

SUBANG JAYA: Residents of a high-rise condominium in SS12 Subang Jaya thought someone was playing a prank on them when they noticed a “mannequin” tied to the balcony railings of one of the units there.
Foreign workers living in a fifth floor apartment were, however, shocked when they realised that the “mannequin” was actually the body of their Canadian neighbour.
Subang Jaya OCPD Asst Comm Yahaya Ramli said police were alerted at around 8.20am yesterday when a resident of a neighbouring block spotted the body hanging from a curtain linen.
“We have identified the victim as Micheal Dellontinville, 48, a Canadian lecturer who worked at a university here.
“We found a two-page letter in the house for his five children in Canada and another for his girlfriend who is also Canadian,” he said, adding that investigations revealed that Dellontinville had called his girlfriend at 11pm on Monday.
ACP Yahaya said the man was also seen wandering around aimlessly on the ground floor of the condominium at around 2am yesterday.
ACP Yahaya added that the victim, who was divorced, had been renting the condominium unit for the past four years and stayed there alone.
He said Dellontinville’s remains had been sent to Universiti Malaya Medical Centre for a postmortem and added that the case had been classified as sudden death.
Those facing problems in Klang Valley can contact Befri­enders at            03-7956 8144       or             03-7956 8145       where help is available 24 hours. - theStarOnline

Monday, September 3, 2012

Man beaten up for robbing, trying to rape hotel guest

MALACCA: A man was beaten up after robbing and allegedly trying to rape a salesgirl at a budget hotel here.
The victim, Wong Siew Hong, 38, said she noticed that her room on the second floor of the hotel in Jalan Melaka Raya 3, was broken into when she got back from a restaurant at 11.45am Monday.
Wong showing her swollen face to reportersWong showing her swollen face to reporters
"I saw that the padlock was broken and the door was slightly ajar. I was shocked to see a man in the room as I walked in," she said.
Wong, from Johor Baru, said the man who was clad in black with his face covered with a cloth suddenly rushed towards her and tried to undress her.
She said the man also punched her several times on the left cheek when she resisted and shouted for help. He grabbed her purse and fled the scene.
Wong then chased the man and shouted for help. The man was caught and beaten by several men about 50 metres from the hotel. Melaka Tengah police chief ACP Salehhudin Abd Rahman, who confirmed the incident, said the man was sent to the Malacca Hospital for treatment. - Bernama

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