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Woman finds 'severely' decomposed body of husband after returning from Australia

Posted: 21 May 2014 08:01 AM PDT

KUALA LUMPUR: A woman, returning home after a month in Australia, had the shock of her life when she found her husband's severely decomposed body slouched in her bathtub from an apparent suicide. 

Police said the woman, whose identity is being withheld, had left for Australia on April 14 to accompany her daughter who was continuing her studies there, and left her husband to watch over the house. 

She returned to her Puchong Jaya home at 11am Wednesday and was "greeted" with a stench outside the gate. 

She later found the skeletal remains of her 54-year-old husband, dressed only in his underwear, and lying inside the tub of their master bedroom. 

Serdang acting OCPD Supt Yong Soo Koon said the woman alleged that her husband had been addicted to syabu for more than six years and was a failed contractor. 

"She claimed he had attempted suicide by cutting his wrists on numerous occasions. 

"However, we cannot confirm that he took his own life yet, as the body is too decomposed. An investigation is pending to determine the cause of death," he said.

The mother of four daughters said she last spoke to the victim on April 17, adding that her husband sounded normal with no sign of distress. 

"Their neighbours said they had not seen the man for over two weeks after his wife and daughter left overseas, and had earlier complained of the stench coming from the house," Supt Yong said. 

The body has been sent to the Serdang Hospital for a post-mortem.

Khairy: ‘Not right’ for Umno Youth members to storm into Penang assembly hall

Posted: 21 May 2014 07:38 AM PDT

TELUK INTAN: Youth and Sports Minister Khairy Jamaluddin has requested a report from Penang Umno Youth over the trespass incident by members into the state assembly hall.

Khairy, who is also Umno Youth chief, said he would look into the matter before deciding whether to take any action against the members involved.

"I've already spoken to Penang Umno about the incident.

"They are unhappy with the DAP assemblyman over what he had said, which was uncouth," he told journalists during a walkabout with Teluk Intan parliamentary seat by-election candidate and Gerakan president Datuk Mah Siew Keong at the Medan Selera Menara Condong on Wednesday.

"They are extremely upset and what they did was understandable," he said.

"However, storming into the Penang assembly hall is not right and they should have just protested outside the premises," he added.

On an alleged incident whereby Barisan Nasional members disrupted a ceramah at Kampung Padang Tembak here, Khairy said the division would investigate. 

"We want to ensure and identify if it is really our members who have done so.

"It could be some imposter wearing a shirt branding Barisan," he said.

"If it is true, we will take action against them," he added.

Khairy stressed that he had already instructed Barisan Youth members not to disturb Pakatan Rakyat's activities.

"We want to campaign gentlemanly," he said.

Mah will square off against DAP's Dyana Sofya Mohd Daud in the by-election following the passing of incumbent Seah Leong Peng earlier this month due to cancer.

Malaysian police to boost cooperation with other countries to sniff out militant activities

Posted: 21 May 2014 07:08 AM PDT

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia will enhance cooperation with international agencies to investigate and monitor any militant activities in the country, said Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar on Wednesday. 

Khalid assured that Malaysia would not allow any militant groups to set up their base in the country or spread their ideology. 

"Malaysia is not a hub or transit for militant activities," he told Bernama here.

He added that police would continue to work with agencies from other countries to curb such activities. 

He also said Malaysia had an excellent track record in 'sniffing' out militant groups that try to spread their ideology in the country. 

The latest arrest of a suspect by police in Kepong on May 15, is believed to be an individual, who had plans to attack foreign consulates in India. 

Khalid said the arrest was Malaysian police's second success in detaining a suspect who was believed to have links with international terrorists. 

Another suspect, who was detained in Selangor on May 8, was a 34-year-old from Somalia and a suspected member of a terrorist group in Africa, known as Al-Syabab. 

Police had also detained 11 individuals in Selangor and Kedah on April 28 and 29, on suspicion of being involved in militant groups from Syria and Southern Philippines. 

"Though thousands of tourists enter the country every day, police have ways to monitor and detect militant groups that try to enter the country, with intention to spread or start militant activities," said Khalid. - Bernama

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