Chong Wei to lodge police report over claims viral sex video is of him


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MO,13/2/2018, KUALA LUMPUR: “It is not me.” This was Datuk Lee Chong Wei’s short but simple response to allegations of being caught on camera in a viral sex video with an unknown woman. The national men’s singles star when contacted said this could be the modus operandi of certain quarters who want to see him fail, especially when the shuttler is on the brink of premiering his biopic “Lee Chong Wei: Rise of the Legend” next month.

“This is ridiculous, take one look at the video and you know it’s not me,” said Lee, who first saw the video on Monday. “So many people have been calling to confirm if it was me, and I had to laugh it off. Initially I had no plans of acting on it, because really it’s just a waste of time. “However, it is getting out of hand, and I will be lodging a police report at (Federal police headquarters in) Bukit Aman today.”

Lee added that he is so used to being the subject of such accusations, that it is sometimes not funny. “There will always be people who are not happy with your success, and this is how they try to bring you down. I am not bothered, but sometimes it does get to you.” On a separate note, Lee also commented on the recent match fixing scandal, which allegedly involves two professional shuttlers.

“All I can say is it’s a huge disgrace to our country and the sport. They may not be BAM (BA of Malaysia) players, but they still carry the Jalur Gemilang on their chest when they play. “As a top player, I think I can comment on this, and I am ashamed. I hope the matter will be resolved soon and for BAM to also take stern action against those involved.”

–NSTP



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Sejak Marissa Dania viral habis DM Papa penuh dengan risikan padu – Norman Hakim



PELAKON Norman Hakim pada pagi Khamis, telah berkongsi mengenai anaknya Marissa Dania.

Norman juga telah meluahkan rasa pelik kerana apabila anak keduanya yang baru berusia 13 tahun itu tiba-tiba viral dan menjadi perhatian netizen.

Serentak dengan itu, Norman telah meninggalkan pesan kepada netizen yang telah menghantar mesej peribadi kepadanya di Instagram yang berniat untuk merisik anak daranya itu.

BACA: “Rupa-rupanya papa tak sekuat disangka” – Norman menangis iringi anak ke Turki belajar hafazan

 Tulis Norman:

“normanhakim_786: Dengar cerita budak kecik @marissadania_ ni tgh viral. Viral untuk apa tu? Yang pasti habis DM papa penuh dgn ‘risik’an yg padu. Yang pilu pun ada jugak.

“Nak bagitahu anak dara saya ini umur Insha-Allah tahun ni masuk 13 tahun bulan Julai nanti. Jauh perjalanan lagi. Hafazan Al-Quran pun masih suku ke separuh perjalanan.

“Kepada majoriti yg berniat untuk menjadi ‘Imam’ tu melalui DM yg saya baca, Alhamdulillah untuk nawaitu yang suci dan ikhlas tu. Saya anggap itu sebahagian daripada permulaan ukhwah dan silaturahim sesama kita.

“Sepatah kata mama @abby_abadi112 ‘Utamakan yang utama’. Letakkan tanggungjawab pertama sebagai anak lelaki yg juga bakal ‘imam’ yang pertama sekali of course kepada Allah S.W.T. Seterusnya jaga keramat hidup iaitu ibu bapa kita umpama esok tiada lagi hari untuk kita di dunia ini.

“Lepas tu barulah fikirkan untuk ‘mendirikan masjid’. Saya bercakap berdasarkan pengalaman. Nak mendirikan ‘masjid’ ni bukan sekadar bersandar pada teori. Saya yang dah nak masuk anak ke-enam ni pun masih lagi belajar seni untuk ber’masjid’.

“Wallahualam…Segala yang terbaik hanya dari-Nya. Seboleh mungkin bila comment kat anak dara saya ni kat IG dia, sama-sama selitkan doa untuk dia sebab doa yang baik-baik itu semua InshaAllah akan berbalik pada kita semula.

“Pakai bahasa we chat pun no hal janji sempoi dan maksud sampai. Yang penting #Hablumminallahwalhablumminannas. Itu yg sama2 kita jaga ok! Amin, InshaAllah.”
 

 
Kepada yang mencuba nasib untuk menjadi menantu kepada Norman Hakim dan Abby Abadi, pastikan apa yang dipesan ini disemat dalam hati dan dijadikan panduan.

Ingat, bukan mudah untuk menjadi ‘Imam’ kepada anak dara orang ya!

Foto: Instagram Norman Hakim & Marissa Dania



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Blogger Ratu Naga questioned over viral video of foreigners allegedly being given ICs


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MO,2/2/2018, PETALING JAYA: Controversial blogger Ratu Naga is being investigated by the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) and the police over a viral video of foreigners allegedly being given identity cards. MCMC said in a statement on Friday (Feb 2) that Ratu Naga, whose real name is Syarul Ema Rena Abu Samah, showed up at the Petaling Jaya police headquarters to have her statement taken.

She arrived at the police headquarters at 10am accompanied by two lawyers and was questioned for four hours. Her statement was recorded under Section 233 of the Communications and Multimedia Act 1998 and the Penal Code. MCMC said it released a notice for Syarul Ema to step forward and give her statement after efforts to trace her during a raid at her premises in Old Klang Road Thursday (Feb 1) failed.

The noticed was given to Syarul Ema’s husband. MCMC added that the case would be referred to the deputy public prosecutor after investigations are completed. “There is no compromise for those who spread fake news. “Their actions threaten the harmony and safety of the public. They will not be released without punishment under the law,” MCMC chief operating officer Datuk Dr Mazlan Ismail said.

On Thursday, Mazlan said the agency received complaints about the video and was investigating the case with the assistance of the police. The 2.38-minute video published on the “Ratu Naga” Facebook page first appeared a few years ago.

–TheStar



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MCMC, police probing fake viral video of foreigner being issued IC


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MO,1/2/2018, KUALA LUMPUR: The Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) and police are currently investigating the fake viral video on a foreigner being issued with an identification card. MCMC’s chief operating officer Datuk Dr Mazlan Ismail said they had received many complaints on the video. “The investigations on the content and the spread of the video are currently being conducted by us with the help of the police.

“MCMC is looking into this issue very seriously and action will be taken against those involved,” he said in a statement today. He said those involved in spreading false information could be charged under Section 233 of the Communications and Multimedia Act 1998. The act states it is an offence to make an obscene, indecent, false, menacing or offensive comment with intention to annoy, abuse, threaten or harass another person.

One who commits an offence under this section, upon conviction is liable to a fine not exceeding RM50,000 or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding one year or to both, and is also be liable to a further fine of RM1,000 for every day the offence continues after conviction. Mazlan also reminded the public not to share, spread or upload any content that has not been confirmed for its authenticity.

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Viral video of molested girl: Labourer pleads guilty, court sets Mac 1 for mention


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MO,1/2/2018, SUNGAI PETANI: A labourer, who was captured in a viral video molesting a young girl at a fun fair here, pleaded guilty to a charge of sexual harassment at the Sessions Court today. The 44-year-old labourer, made the guilty plea before Judge N. Priscilla Hemamalini. He was charged under Section 14(a) of the Sexual Offences Against Children Act 2017 which carries maximum 20 years’ imprisonment and whipping, upon conviction.

He was alleged to have committed the offence at Euro Happy Fun Fair site next to Kuala Muda police headquarters about 11pm on Jan 20. However, the court set Mac 1 for mention before passing down the sentence pending a psychiatric report on the accused. The court also denied the accused a bail pending the mention date.

The prosecution was carried out by prosecuting officer Assistant Superintendent Shamsul Singring. It was reported that police had detained the accused, who is also a friend to the victim’s family, following two police reports lodged on the incident after the video went viral on social media.

In the video, the accused was seen holding a child on his lap and kissing her, with loud music playing in the background. The video was first uploaded by Durian Media on Facebook. It claimed that the incident took place at a funfair in Taman Ria in Sungai Petani.



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Pok Ya Cong Codei viral sudah ada fan page lagu rap



TELEFILEM dialek Kelantan arahan Sabri Yunus, Pok Ya Cong Codei tular di media sosial selepas ditayangkan pada 20 Januari lalu.

Pok Ya Cong Codei mengisahkan seorang samseng dari Kelantan yang ditugaskan mencari seorang ahli perniagaan wanita di Kuala Lumpur.

Watak Pok Ya yang dilakonkan sendiri oleh Sabri Yunus tidak semena-mena menjadi buah mulut dalam kalangan penggiat seni dan netizen.

Malah, demi mengiktiraf perjuangan Sabri Yunus mengangkat naskhah unik itu, fan page Facebook khas Pok Ya Cong Codei turut dicipta yang kini sudah mengumpul lebih 1,500 ahli.

“Saya tidak menyangka kewujudan group ini. Terima kasih atas sokongan,” tulis Sabri menerusi Instagramnya.
 

Cong Codei sebenarnya merujuk kepada nama sebuah hotel terkenal di ibu kota iaitu Concorde yang disebut mengikut ejaan bahasa Melayu dengan cara melucukan oleh Sabri Yunus.

Video pendek itu juga mengundang ketawa netizen dan tular di Facebook dan Twitter.

Selain itu, sebuah lagu rap khas dihasilkan oleh netizen menggunakan dialek negeri Cik Siti Wan Kembang itu.

Beberapa dialog yang diucapkan oleh Sabri sepanjang telefilem itu juga turut viral.
 



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Video of man molesting child at funfair goes viral


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MO,22/1/2018, PETALING JAYA: A video, allegedly shot at a funfair in Sg Petani in Kedah, of a man molesting a young girl has gone viral on social media. In the video, uploaded on the Durian Media Facebook page, the child is seen seated on the lap of the man, while he repeatedly kisses her on her cheeks.

The man is also seen fondling the chest of the child beneath her red dress while loud music plays in the background. The child’s face is not censored in the video. The post claims that the incident took place at a funfair in Taman Ria, Sg Petani at 11.30pm on Saturday (Jan 20).

Sg Petani MP Datuk Johari Abdul when contacted said a police report should be immediately lodged over the incident. “The police should investigate under the Act that protects minors or any other laws,” he said.

–TheStar



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Driver goes against traffic flow on NPE in viral video


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MO,19/1/2018, PETALING JAYA: A video showing a white car being driven against traffic flow on the New Pantai Expressway (NPE) near Taman Dato Harun has gone viral. In the video, which lasted for more than five minutes, other motorists were heard shouting at the driver to use the correct lane.

However, the driver refused to do so and instead, drove even faster without being mindful of other motorists during the evening rush hour. NPE patrol personnel were later seen ordering the driver to stop his vehicle but the driver did not heed their instructions.

The video ended with patrol personnel successfully stopping the vehicle, while shouting and knocking the window on the driver’s side. When contacted, Petaling Jaya OCPD Asst Comm Mohd Zani Che Din said the NPE patrol personnel did not lodge any report on the matter.

“However, after the video went viral, district traffic police lodged a report to commence investigation under Section 42 of the Road Transport Act. “I urged the NPE patrol personnel to come forward to assist in the investigation,” he added.

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It’s fake: Viral message warning of robbers dressed as officials to check ID for GE14 – Nation


PETALING JAYA: A viral message warning Malaysians of robbers dressed as officials from the “Department of Home Affairs” actually turns out to be an alert issued to South Africans.

The following message claimed that “authorities” were checking the identification documents of locals, especially with the 14th General Election expected to be called this year:

“Security Alert: Be warned, there is a group going to homes and pretending to be officials from home affairs. They have documents with the letterhead Department of Home Affairs and claim to be confirming that everyone has a valid ID for the upcoming elections. They are robbing homes. Take note there is no initiative like that from the government. Send this on your neighbourhood group chat. They are everywhere and they look presentable.”

A very similarly worded statement was published by the Republic of South African Department of Home Affairs on its website (http://www.dha.gov.za/index.php/statements-speeches/1047-media-statement-on-elections-scam) in October, 2017.

The Department had warned South Africans to be alert of a group of individuals visiting homes in South Africa, pretending to be officials from the Department.

“They carry with them documents with letterheads purportedly from Home Affairs and claim to be confirming the validity of IDs for the upcoming elections,” said the statement.

“These individuals are criminals who rob households once they gain entry. There is no such initiative from the Department,” it said.

The Department informed that Home Affairs officials are clearly identifiable by name tags, and that household visits will be announced through official government channels.

It seems like the message, which has been circulating among Malaysians recently, is a copy of the Republic of South African Department of Home Affairs’ alert.

It is also important to note that Malaysia has no Department of Home Affairs, instead we have a Home Affairs Ministry.

 



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It’s fake: Viral message saying men arrested in petrol station murder – Nation


PETALING JAYA: A viral message circulating on social media claiming that the suspects involved in the murder of a man in a petrol station in Johor have been arrested is fake.

The viral post claimed that the assailants in a white BMW bearing the number plate WB79L were arrested 40 minutes after the incident.

The post also featured a picture of two men in handcuffs, one with a green t-shirt and the other in yellow t-shirt, sitting in a police station.

It also praised the Royal Malaysia Police (PDRM) for its fast action in arresting the suspects.

Johor CID chief Senior Asst Comm Datuk Azman Ayob has confirmed that the viral message of the arrest being circulated is fake news, China Press reported.

On Sunday (Dec 17), the victim, believed to be a businessman in his 30s, had parked his Volkswagen Polo at the petrol station to check his tyres when four suspects, who came in a white BMW, got out and immediately attacked him.

The victim was stabbed in the chest and was run over by the BMW twice.

The suspects then threw firecrackers on the ground before fleeing the scene.

Earlier Monday, SAC Azman urged the public to stop circulating incorrect and inaccurate information online as this may jeopardise the ongoing investigation.

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Johor petrol station murder: Don’t jeopardise investigation, cops tell public

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