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Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Scalded lover runs naked to police station

Sulaiman Kamal | 3:08 PM | | | | Best Blogger Tips

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A MAN ran naked for 5km to the safety of a police station after his girlfriend splashed boiling water on his private parts.
Harian Metro, quoting sources, said the man had told his 24-year-old girlfriend the night before that he wanted to end their relationship.
They had initially booked into a hotel in Kuala Lumpur that Saturday night.
An argument broke out between them when the man announced that their relationship was over.

“She returned to the hotel the next morning, bringing a bag containing among others, three knives, two pairs of scissors, a hammer and a brick,” a source said.
She started to boil water to prepare breakfast.
However, the couple argued again and “the suspect took the boiling water and splashed it on the abdomen and private parts of the boyfriend.”
Despite the pain, the man managed to run to the Kota Damansara police station and was rushed to Sungai Buloh Hospital for treatment.
Petaling Jaya Deputy OCPD Supt Meor Hamdan Meor Mohamad confirmed that a woman had been detained for investigations.
> A transvestite, whose lover had been injured in an acid attack, said he wants to leave his home in Kangar and start anew elsewhere.
Known only as Natasha, he said he wanted a more peaceful life at another place with his lover Mohd Hafizuddin Johari, 20.
“Since we got together, many people are not happy with our relationship.
“We were often threatened and humiliated,” Kosmo quoted him as saying.
Mohd Hafizuddin, an assistant cook, was attacked several days ago outside his friend's home in Taman Seri Bakau, Perlis.
Police, who arrested a 19-year-old suspect, believe jealousy to be the motive behind the attack.
Natasha, 28, a cosmetics sales assistant, said both he and his partner did not know the assailant.
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 this > sign, it denotes a separate news item.

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