Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Genting Cable Car Accident

Tuesday, 1st March 2011

We recieved this photos claimed to be the photos of Genting Highlands Cable car. According to our source, the incident was not reported in the newspaper as its may affect the coming of visitors to Genting Highlands.
To our source, thank you so much for sharing the photos with malaysialeaks.

Saturday, July 31, 2010

Buster On Beggars

Saturday, 31st July 2010

To investigate myself on the rampant of the "Beggar Syndicate" in Sarawak as reported by one of the English newspaper yesterday, I went to one of the popular spot in Mile 10th town that is its Weekend market or "Pasar Tamu".
As I was looking at the "Upa Lalih",  I could hear the sound of muscic coming from the vacinity   not far from the "upa lalih" stall. After paying for my upa lalih, I went to look for the place where the music came from. There I saw a man at about the age of 55, sang a Chinese songs. 
I was looking at his behaviour there for about 5 minutes, and during those period I could see not less than 10 people "donated' to him. Peeping into his basket, I could see plenty of RM 1 notes inside. And according to one of the stall operator that I managed to talk to at the market, I was informed that the man was sent by a towkay to the market very early in the morning.
Feeling dismayed, I call the police Mobile Patrol Vehicle (MPV) at 082-244444, and reported the matter to the duty operator. Without waiting for the police to come, I left the market at about 0845hrs.
I took the pictures of the man here. If you encounter  the same man soliciting for donation, please leave your comment here.

Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Irresponsible Acts By Public at M10 Kuching

Tuesday, 27th July 2010

Anyone ever been to M10? M10 is a new township under the Jurisdiction of the Padawan Municipal Council. Today I am going to share the irresponsible public acts for littering at the only recreation place at M10.
Today on my way back from UNACO to my car parked not far from Super Save shop, I notice the irresponsible acts by the publics towards M10 only recreation place, its mini fountain.
Please see the photos below and hope that MPP will take immediate action by clearing all the rubbish thrown into the  fountain.

The mini fountain infront of UNACO hypermarket is supposed to be a public place. But see what had the hypermarket done? Yes the supermarket used the public place to dry their shopping baskets!

Such a wondeful mini-fountain!

Oh No...What have the public done? Yes they threw the rubbish into this wonderful mini-fountain

Hi UNACO..this is public place. Please clear it from your belonging.

Monday, March 29, 2010

Everise Supermarket BDC Sells Rooten Green Apples

Monday, 29th March 2010

On the night of 17th February 2010, my family and I went to Everise Supermarket at BDC to do a last minute shopping prior to CNY public holiday.
Some of the items that I bought were the  two packets of green apple (my favourite fruits). Well to cut the story short, the next day, on 18th February 2010 I ate one of the apple, and to my surprised were spoiled. I then checked the rest of the apples, and  out of 13 apples, only three apples were fit for consumption.
I did not return the spoiled apples to Everise Supermarket as doing so will cost me more.
But for record purposes, I took the pictures of one of the spoiled apples for the visitors of this weblog and also for the government responsible to take action against this supermarket.
I just wonder, how could such a big supermarket like EVERISE willing to sell such a spoiled fruits to it customers.


Thursday, January 14, 2010

Malaysian Singer Mamat Stole Mobile Phone and watch

Wednesday, 13 Jan 2010

SOURCE: The Straits Times (Singapore)
POPULAR Malaysian rocker Mamat was fined $1,000 on Wednesday for stealing a mobile phone and a watch.Mamat, whose real name is Mohd Ali Kamarudin, 31, was a lead singer of Malaysian band Exist in the 1990s. He pleaded guilty to stealing the $580 cellphone and a watch from Mr Noor Shazeel Sazali, 24, at his Bishan home on Nov 11 last year.
He should be banned from singing for jeorpardising country
The court heard that Mr Shazeel placed his phone and watch of unknown value on the table in his dining room at about 2pm that day before going to bed. When he woke up five hours later, he found them missing.He found out from his father that his cousin, Mr Muhammad Suhailmi Ruslan, 26, had been to the flat with Mohd Ali.A few days later, he called his cousin to inquire about his missing items. He was later told that Mr Suhailmi's $280 mobile phone was also missing and stolen by Mohd Ali.That theft charge was considered by the court during his sentencing. Mohd Ali, who was tracked down in his girlfriend's house subsequently, could have been jailed for up to three years and/or fined.

Friday, December 11, 2009

Inhuman Treatment By Sarawak Policeman

Friday, 11th December 2009

KUCHING - The police today apparently dumped a helpless old man by the roadside instead of taking him to a safe place.
It all began at 7.00 am today, when residents at Desa Moyan, Batu Kawa said that an MPV had taken away an elderly man in his 60s, who was causing a nuisance in the area.
The elderly man, said a resident, was not from around there and they had no knowledge of how he ended up in their housing estate.
They wanted the police to take the man away either to the police station or the Sarawak General hospital.
At 8.30, a group of men who were having a drink by the roadside stall at Jalan Stephen Yong were shocked to see an MPV stopping by the roadside and asking the elderly man to get out.
Several people saw the man refusing to budge and he was instead pushed out.
The MPV then sped off leaving the elderly man lying on the roadside with some injuries on his left forehead.
Baffled by the situation, the group of men went over to find out what had happened but the elderly man was unable to answer them. He said he had no idea where he was.
Angry at how an elderly man was dumped there, someone in the group called Wong King Wei, Special Assistant to DAP MP for Kuching, Chong Chieng Jen.
'Corporal admits to deed'
Wong searched the old man and found a piece of paper with a mobile phone number. Thinking it could be the next of kin, he called and the person answering identified himself to be one corporal Hamdan.
This 'corporal' Hamdan admitted it was he who put the elderly man by the roadside there as the old man had requested to be put there.
Giving the corporal a lecture, Wong said he was disappointed and disgusted with the police's attitude.
He then called for some friends who agreed to send the elderly man to the hospital.
Wong then proceeded to lodge a report at the Simpang Tiga police station and wanted the case to be investigated.
"It is a pure case of irresponsibility on the police's part. How can they dump a helpless man on the roadside. What if some knocked him down? Who will be responsible? At least take him to a safe place before finding out his next of kin," said Wong.
Wong hopes that the police would do a fair investigation and appropriate action would be taken against those responsible.

Monday, October 26, 2009

In Singapore Taxi driver punched in the face for asking guy to stop dangerous behaviour

This taxi driver sustained a deep cut on the mouth after being punched in the face for telling a man to stop shaking a lamp post.

Does it pay to be a civic-minded citizen, asks Shirley.In an email to STOMP yesterday (Oct 25), the STOMPer said:“A driver in his late 50s and his son were walking to the open air carpark at Changi Village to collect his car.“It was around 11 plus pm when he saw a guy in his late 20s shaking the lamp post violently. Afraid that the lamp post might collapse, the taxi driver advised the guy to stop as it was dangerous.“The guy agreed, but his friend beside him was not happy about it so he pointed his middle finger at the taxi driver.“Subsequently, the taxi driver got punched in the face and collapsed onto the floor. The taxi driver sustained a deep cut on the mouth and had to be sent to the hospital immediately. Apparently, the guys seemed to have consumed alcohol earlier on.“So should the friend be punished? Fancy hitting an elderly! From what I see, it does not pay to be a good civic-minded citizen.“So do we just pretend nothing has happened and walk away if we see something bad/dangerous happening?”

I believe this type of behaviour not only happen in Singapore but also in Kuala Lumpur particularly to the African passenger. Just ask any taxi driver in KL about the behaviour of the Africans.

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