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Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Daring robbery in Malaysia: Gate no deterrent as men cut off woman's handbag

Sulaiman Kamal | 3:28 PM | | | | | | | | | Best Blogger Tips

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You may be behind your house gates, but that does not mean you are safe. STOMPer Selly sent in a video clip of a woman robbed by motorcyclists who forced open her house gates.

Selly, who found the video online, said:

"We may feel safe and secure once we are near our houses, or even inside our own compound.

"However, as this video shows, even a robbery can take place behind your own house gates.

"Maybe her gate is spoilt -- also goes to show that we shouldn't be too dependent on technology to keep us safe and secure as they can malfunction sometimes!

"Let us learn from her mistake and be aware of all the safety precautions even if we are behind our house gates."

STOMPer Tuichie also commented:

"Guys I know this housing area, it looks like Bandar Utama or Sunway Damansara in Malaysia.

"The autogate in this housing area has this problem. When it closes, it doesn't trigger the lock for the gate. You need to go to the gate and manually use your strength to slam it shut.

"I know because I have been there. There is a 30% chance that the gate will lock. Sometimes it won't."

jimmylim85 also said:

"Other people who watched the video mentioned why don't we add additional locks, what's the purpose??? 

"The thief has a thousand and one ways to break in and steal stuff.

"An autogate wasn't built for safety in the first place, it's just an accessory to automatically open your gate. There is nothing safe in this world."

STOMPer helenyip95 gave her suggestions:

"Must install something special like an alarm or siren and the central locking mechanism on the gate to prevent unwanted incidents like these."

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