Saturday, February 28, 2009

"ODOI ODU" big winner in Astro Kirana Short Film Award

Congratulations to Farizie bin Morinding on his aspiring "Odoi Odu (Oh Grandma" short film which was the big winner last nite on Astro Kirana Short Film Award. I am so proud of him and as a Sabahan myself I wish him a very fruitful career ahead. Indeed It's nice and proud to see another Sabahan won an award in this industry.

After the award ceremony, which was live telecast in astro kirana channel, I watched his film and I was so amazed on the performance of the 'odu' character. As if there were no camera in front of her, and doing and acting so brilliantly. One will really inspired and awed by watching that film albeit Dusun language was used in the dialogue. Once again, Congratulations 'Odoi Odu'.


Odoi Odu

Director: Farizie Bin Morinding
Performers: Grandma Lukiah Bte Mahadi, Grandpa Suman B. Lontou, Mdm, Sabiah Bte Suman, Mdm. Laidah Bte Ghani, Mdm. Noraini Bte A. Hamid, Norhazdwani Bte Wahinin, Mohd Shahrie B.Jusilin
Producer: Farizie Bin Morinding
Genre: Drama
Language: Dusun
Length: 19.45 Min
Screenwriter: Farizie Bin Morinding
Cinematographer: Farizie Bin Morinding
Editor: Farizie Bin Morinding
Sound: Farizie Bin Morinding
Art Director: Farizie Bin Morinding

Odoi Odu or oh Grandma is a story using the theme of sadness old grandmother. She always saw her late husband. The village people think she is mad but she manage to cope up daily life with only her cat make her happy.

The Prizes
  • Grand prizes: RM 100,000 feature length movie production budget + Cash RM5,000 + Trophy + Prize
  • First Runner up: Cash RM 3,000 + Trophy + Prize
  • Second Runner up: Cash RM 2,000 + Trophy + Prize
  • Sub- categories: 8 Awards + Trophy
The Winners of Astro Kirana Short Film Awards 2008/2009

Grand Prize : ‘Odoi Odu’ (Oh Grandma) (Director: Farizie Bin Morinding)
2nd Prize : Mirror (Director: Christopher Low)
3rd Prze : Aku (Director: Shuhaimi Zulkefli)


Best Direction: ‘Odoi Odu’ (Oh Grandma) (Director: Farizie Bin Morinding)
Best Story: ‘Odoi Odu’ (Oh Grandma) (Director: Farizie Bin Morinding)
Best Editing: Mirror (Director: Christopher Low)
Best Videography: Aku (Director: Shuhaimi Zulkefli)
Best Performance: ‘Odoi Odu’ (Oh Grandma) (Director: Farizie Bin Morinding)
Best Sound: Michelle (Director: Sia Yaw Yie)
Best Art Direction: Burp (Director: Tayanithi Ramanujem)
Audience Award: Permata Bonda (Director: Fikri Jermadi)

Congratulations to all winners!

Full story and if you wish to watch the film, please click HERE...
Source: Astro Kirana Website

The nude pitcures of Elizabeth Wong...

Forum: Does M’sia need privacy laws?

KUALA LUMPUR: Stringent laws such as a Privacy Act, should be drawn up to protect a person’s privacy, a forum heard.

The Bar Council public forum entitled ‘Privacy: Does it exist in Malaysia? Is it time to legislate?’ also saw panelists calling for a speedy introduction of the much-awaited Data Protection Bill.

Criticism was also voiced out against the invasion of privacy of Selangor exco member and Bukit Lanjan assemblyman Elizabeth Wong who tendered her resignation after private semi-nude pictures were distributed publicly.

Wong, who is now overseas, had said the pictures were taken without her consent while she was sleeping at home.

Some participants also called for the abolishment of archaic laws such as those against oral sex.

One participant suggested amending the Federal Constitution to include the words “right to privacy” and allowing judges to interpret each situation before them.

Bar Council president Datuk Ambiga Sreenevasan, in her opening address, said the public must take personal responsibility in the fight against invasion of privacy.

“If someone sends you a picture, delete it and don’t spread it around. The media also needs to play its part by not sensationalising such news,” she said, adding that “what happened to Wong is a terrible invasion of privacy, causing a great lady to resign.”

Panelist Sonya Liew, who heads the initiative for privacy in the council’s Human Rights Committee, said there was no specific law to deal with privacy although there were certain provisions in current laws.

“We should have a Privacy Act, especially given the easy availability of surveillance and image capturing images in the market.

“This Act can fully encompass the different areas of privacy not covered under the Data Protection Bill,” she added.

Panelist and MCA think tank Institute of Strategic Analysis and Policy Research (Insap)’s chief executive officer Fui K. Soong said privacy existed in Malaysia but it was everyone’s responsibility to protect it.

“Different societies have varied views of what morality is. It is a challenge to come up with a privacy law as we cannot just take one case and treat it as a norm,” she said.

Bar Council Human Rights Committee deputy chairman and panelist Andrew Khoo questioned whether a privacy legislation could be used to legislate morality.

“Different people have different standards of morality. How do we decide which standard should be applied?” panelist and Malay Mail online editor U-En Ng said.

The question to ask was where should the line be drawn if a person was elected on purity grounds, Ng added.

“I find it peculiar that so many preach a moral high ground yet so many are obsessed over whether she took her clothes off or not,” said Ng, who resigned as editor to make a stand over the Wong issue.

News by TheStar Online..

p/s This fit to what the Malay proverb saying "sudah terhantuk,baru terbuka mata' lebih kurang macam tu lar.. anyhow, i second the proposal to have such act to be imposed in Malaysia..

MAS offers low fares from RM69


It's low fares galore again as Malaysia Airlines offers all-inclusive one-way fares from RM69 for domestic travel, RM170 regional and RM790 for international destinations.

For 12 days from February 28 until March 11, customers will enjoy fares as low as RM69 for travel within the Peninsular, and within Sabah and Sarawak, it said in astatement.

"Pay only RM30 more to enjoy the flights for the crossings (West Malaysia to East Malaysia and vice versa)," it said.

The national carrier said it is also easy to find reasons to travel when fares are from RM170 to Jakarta, RM210 to Bangkok and RM370 to Hong Kong.
Australia is also irresistible at RM790 to Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne and Adelaide, it added.

"Fancy visiting Big Ben? RM1,400 will get you to London while it’s only RM1,425 to Paris, Amsterdam and Frankfurt.

“On top of that, customers have the peace of mind of knowing that what they see is what they pay – total fare transparency with no hidden charges – and they travel in comfort with a 5-Star airline," said Malaysia Airlines senior general manager, network revenue & management Dr Amin Khan.

News by NST Online..

Thursday, February 26, 2009

In a day of shame, Parliament came close to emulating the Taiwan legislature

A fisticuffs was prevented, but not before a scuffle broke out.

The drama started when DAP chairman Karpal Singh was confronted by about 20 Selangor Umno Youth members as the Bukit Gelugor MP was entering the Tower Block at 2.45pm.

The group, who had been waiting for Karpal since 1.30pm, surrounded the wheelchair-bound Karpal and demanded that he apologise for calling Umno Youth celaka (damn) in the house on Wednesday.

Karpal had also accused the wing of sending bullets in the mail to him recently.
The feisty politician refused.

Fellow Pakatan Rakyat MPs -- Fong Kui Lun (DAP-Bukit Bintang), N. Gobalakrishnan (PKR-Padang Serai) and Lim Lip Eng (DAP-Segambut) -- who had just come back from lunch, went to help Karpal after being told by Parliament staff of the incident.

The MPs said they were roughed up and shoved by some of the Umno Youth members.

"One even pulled my tie. At one point, I nearly fell into the fountain," Lim said.

However, the three MPs managed to get Karpal into the house, while the group continued to heckle and shout at them.

Moments later, Liew Chin Tong (DAP-Bukit Bendera) tried to cool the situation but was shouted down by several Umno Youth members.

Karpal's son, Gobind Singh Deo (DAP-Puchong), who sprinted to his father's aid, had a shouting match with the group.

At one point, Gobind and a member of the group had to be restrained by their friends to prevent a fisticuffs.

The situation only cooled down when Barisan Nasional Backbenchers Club chief Datuk Seri Tiong King Sing came and told the group to disperse.

"Please go back and respect the house. We can't have such incidents happening here," he told them.

Gombak Umno Youth chief Megat Zulkarnain Omardin said the group comprised Umno members.

"He must stop insulting the rulers and Malays," he said.

Karpal immediately took up the matter in the chambers and demanded to know how the group could have made it into the compound.

"What security is the house providing?" he asked Speaker Tan Sri Pandikar Amin Mulia, to which the speaker promised to investigate.

News by NST online..

p/s It was indeed one the most embarrassing scene in the history of parliament in Malaysia. It shouldn't happened. Personally, they (especially the Pemuda UMNO) shows how childish and immature are they by confronting Karpal in such a way. Things can be handled in so many way, and its all about choices. Smarter people will never act like that. I am really upset and sad on our political scenario lately. It become worst and ugly.

I remember my parents told me not to get myself into trouble. If someone call u 'stupid' or 'sial' or any hash or mean word, just ignore them because you know who you are. By confronting them you are actually approved on what they were saying. Sometimes silence is the best weapon. But i reckon that this is not applied on those who are involved in politics. In politics, when sum1 called u 'celaka', u should confronted them and kick their ass. It is to show to the people how heroic they are. Because if don't, other will take u for granted. That's real dilemma.

Christian allowed to use the word ‘Allah’

KUALA LUMPUR: The Catholic Herald magazine is permitted to use the word Allah provided the publication clearly states the words “For Christians only” in its masthead.

Herald editor Father Lawrence Andrew said this was stated in the recently gazetted Internal Security Act signed by the Home Minister Datuk Seri Syed Hamid Albar on Feb 16.

“The next edition of the Herald will contain the word Allah, and we will print the words “For Christians only” on the masthead so as not to contravene the Act,” he said.

It is learnt the Act also forbids the use of the words Kaabah, solat and baitullah.

Meanwhile, the Home Ministry’s Quran Publication Control and Text Division secretary Che Din Yusoh confirmed the content of the gazetted Act.

The High Court will today hear the mention of the case about the use of the word Allah in the Herald.

The Archbishop of Kuala Lumpur, who is the plaintiff, had applied for a judicial review of a Home Ministry directive last year forbidding the Herald publisher from using the word Allah as a synonym for “God.”

The plaintiff’s counsel Porres Royan had argued that the directive was unlawful and that the word was not exclusive to Islam.

On Dec 5, the publisher filed a writ of summons in the Kuala Lumpur High Court to seek a declaration on the use of the word.

The other respondents were the Home Ministry, the Government and the state Islamic Councils of the Federal Territory, Terengganu, Penang, Selangor, Kedah, Johor, Malacca and the Malaysia Chinese Muslim Association.

News by TheStar Online..

p/s It seems to me that it was settled off-court.. i wonder why?? I guess it was the best alternative to avoid further tension.. Let just live in harmony..

Adun Pakatan Rakyat cuba dibeli????

Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak berkata terpulang kepada Suruhanjaya Pencegahan Rasuah Malaysia (SPRM) untuk menyiasat dakwaan dua Ahli Dewan Undangan Negeri (Adun) Pakatan Rakyat Perak yang mendakwa mereka ditawarkan imbuhan oleh ejen yang mendakwa mewakili timbalan perdana menteri itu supaya menjadi wakil rakyat bebas atau menyertai Barisan Nasional (BN).

"Siapa yang membuat laporan palsu, dia akan didakwa," katanya ketika ditemui selepas merasmikan mesyuarat MenteriKumpulan Lapan Negara Islam Membangun (D8) Mengenai Jaminan Makanan di ibunegara pagi ini.

Semalam, dua Adun Pakatan itu membuat laporan kepada SPRM, mendakwa mereka ditawar sehingga RM20 juta serta jawatan oleh pihak tertentu supaya menjadi wakil rakyat bebas atau menyertai BN.

Mereka yang membuat laporan di pejabat SPRM di Ipoh ialah Adun Malim Nawar, Keshvinder Singh daripada DAP dan Adun Kuala Kurau Abdul Yunus Jamsari daripada Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR).

Keshvinder memberitahu pemberita bahawa beliau menerima pelbagai tawaran dari beberapa ejen mendakwa mewakili timbalan perdana menteri yang juga pengerusi perhubungan Umno Perak, dengan seorang daripada ejen itu ialah seorang wartawan akhbar berbahasa Cina tempatan.

"Saya tidak tahu apa-apa pun mengenai perkara itu. Biar SPRM siasat," kata Najib.

Ditanya mengenai namanya yang turut disebut dalam laporan berkenaan, Najib berkata: "Tak ada, saya tak ada tawar-menawar sesiapapun."

Manakala mengenai dakwaan kedua-dua ADUN itu kononnya mereka memreka mempunyai bukti ukuh, beliau berkata: "Sudah tentunya mereka kata begitu Tapi) biarlah uruhanjaya siasat. Seperti yang saya kata, jika mereka buat laporan palsu, mereka akan hadapi kesannya."

Ditanya apakah Umno mempunyai begitu banyak wang sehingga boleh menawarkan sehingga RM50 juta kepada Adun-adun Pakatan, Najib berkata:

"Mana ada RM50 juta...mengarut ni. Kita tak ada wang, dia dakwa sahaja, itu yang dia dakwa. Biar SPRM siasat," katanya.

Sebelum ini, Ketua Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) Bahagian Ipoh Barat, Fauzi Muda, dalam akuan bersumpahnya, mendakwa kononnya Najib menawarkan RM50 juta kepada mana-mana Adun daripada Pakatan Rakyat di Perak supaya menyertai BN.

Fauzi dilaporkan mendakwa, Najib yang juga timbalan presiden Umno telah mencuba tahun lalu untuk memujuknya supaya melobi dua Adun Pakatan di Perak supaya melompat parti.

Fauzi mendakwa, beliau telah ditawar sejumlah RM50 juta bagi perkhidmatannya itu dan untuk membayar mereka yang berjaya dipujuk melompat parti.

Bagaimanapun, katanya, beliau tidak membuat apa-apa tindakan untuk memenuhi hasrat Najib itu.

Mengulas lanjut, Najib berkata sesiapa ang membuat laporan palsu kepada SPRM akan didakwa.

Katanya, tindakan serupa juga akan diambil terhadap mereka yang menyalah guna akuan berkanun.

"Mereka akan terima padahnya," katanya.

News by Muda Mohd Noor form Malaysia Today..

Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Oil prices up after US inventory report

NEW YORK: Oil prices jumped above $42 per barrel Wednesday with a government report showing demand for gasoline is on the rise and crude inventories are not growing as fast as was thought.

Light, sweet crude for April delivery gained $2.54 to settle at $42.50 on the New York Mercantile Exchange.

Phil Flynn, an analyst at Alaron Trading Corp., said a drop in retail gas prices, combined with the Energy Department report that showed demand is rising, had traders pumping money into energy stocks.

Gasoline futures soared 8 percent.

Drivers "like a bargain, and when they see those prices go down, they'll fill up," Flynn said.

"Consumers are spending more on gasoline."

But Geoff Sundstrom, a fuel price analyst for auto club AAA, cautioned that it's too soon to say whether U.S. motorists have returned to their old driving habits.

"I'd love to be more optimistic," Sundstrom said.

"But we don't have enough information to say that Americans are getting out in large numbers."

There is too much economic data rolling out each day that suggests the U.S. economy is far from recovering, he said.

For example, the National Association of Realtors said Wednesday that sales of existing homes unexpectedly plunged in January to the lowest level in nearly 12 years.

And luxury retailer Saks Inc. also reported a fourth-quarter loss as it slashed prices to hold onto affluent shoppers.

Bankrupt telecom equipment company Nortel Networks Corp. also said it would slash 3,200 jobs over the next several months.

The cuts come on top of a previously announced reduction of 1,800 jobs.

The Energy Department's Energy Information Administration report said U.S. gasoline inventories dropped almost 2 percent for the week ended Feb. 20.

Gasoline production also increased last week, averaging 8.9 million barrels per day as refiners take advantage of a market that's awash in cheap crude, analyst Stephen Schork said.

"For the first time in a year they can make money manufacturing gasoline," he said.

For full story, click HERE..

p/s Baru jak nak lega ni minyak turun.. jgn lar pulak naikkan harga minyak.. sengsara rakyat...

Karpal "Singh is King"..


The use of the words "Pemuda Umno Celaka" (Damn Umno Youth) by Karpal Singh (DAP-Bukit Gelugor) caused a major uproar in the Dewan Rakyat today.

Karpal, who is also DAP chairman, at first had taken to task the over 100 police reports lodged against him for stating that he would sue the Sultan of Perak following the political crisis in Perak.

Debating the motion of thanks for the Royal address, he then went on to say:" This might be a world record. Two bullets, Mr. Speaker. Under Section 57of the Internal Security Act, if a person is in possession of even a single bullet and is found guilty, he or she is liable to face the death penalty. I want to know where this "Umno Youth celaka" got two bullets."

This drew the ire of Dr Mohd Puad Zarkashi (BN-Batu Pahat) and Datuk Abdul Rahman Dahlan (BN-Kota Belud) who immediately got up and demanded Karpal withdrew the unsuitable word.

"Pemuda Umno celaka. Don''t disturb me," Karpal continued causing the Dewan to descend into chaos and Deputy Datuk Wan Junaidi Tuanku Jaafar reprimanding Karpal not to use the words again.
Karpal, however, ignored it and repeated the words but retracted them after Wan Junaidi directed him not to do so.

In his parting shot, he gave Umno Youth a warning saying," Don't mess around with me. Singh is King," echoing the title of a recently released Bollywood movie.

On his recent criticisms of Opposition leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim, he said he accepted Anwar as the head of the opposition coalition and any misunderstanding between them was "none of the Barisan Nasional's business".

He also asked the chief of the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission to withdraw his remarks about an alleged corruption case involving Selangor Menteri Besar, Tan Sri Abdul Khalid Ibrahim.

He cited Section 58 of the MACC Act which stipulated that "no prosecution shall be prosecuted except from the consent of public prosecutor".

News from NST Online..

Tuesday, February 24, 2009

Sultan on The Nude Pictures of Elizabeth Chua


SHAH ALAM: Sultan Sharafuddin Idris Shah of Selangor is above politics and will leave it to Mentri Besar Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim to decide the fate of his exco member Elizabeth Wong, who is now abroad, over a photo scandal.

The Sultan’s private secretary Datuk Mohamad Munir Bani said the Sultan believed that whatever decision Khalid was going make, it would be done accurately, fairly and with wisdom.

He added that the decision would take into consideration the interest of the people of the state.

He said this in a statement released after Khalid had an audience with the Sultan at Istana Mestika at 8.23am Tuesday.

He said Sultan Sharafuddin was concerned of late over cases of privacy rights intrusions being used to destroy a person’s dignity and reputation.

The Sultan also felt sad that a person’s private was being made through the use of the mass media and that he hoped that Wong would remain calm and be patient and continue with her life.

Wong tendered her resignation as exco member and PKR's Bukit Lanjan assemblyman recently, after some compromising photos of her were sent to the media.

The state and PKR have yet to accept her resignation and Khalid had said last week that the decision to accept or reject Wong’s resignation would be made only after an audience with the Sultan.

Currently, Wong is on leave overseas pending the decision.

For full story and press statement by Sultan, click here..

News by TheStar online..

Malaysians not so hot in bedroom

KUALA LUMPUR: A surprisingly high number of Malaysians are not sexually satisfied, a survey by pharmaceutical company Pfizer has revealed.

Two out of three Malaysian men and three out of four women are not satisfied with their sex lives, the Asia-Pacific Sexual Health and Overall Wellness survey stated. Malaysians are ranked sixth among 13 countries but, if it’s any consolation, Singaporeans fared worse. They are in eighth spot.

India topped the list with 70% of the respondents saying they were satisfied with their sex lives while Japan reported the lowest sexual satisfaction rate at 10%. “The Malaysian figure is higher than the overall Asia Pacific results where 57% of men and 64% of women reported being not very satisfied with sex,” said Dr Rosie King, who led the study in the Asia Pacific region from May to July 2008.

“The survey links the level of erection hardness to sexual satisfaction for men.” said Dr King during a roundtable discussion at a hotel here yesterday.

The level of erection hardness is measured in a scale of one to four using the Erection Hardness Score (EHS) developed by the European Association of Urology.

“Level one is like tofu where the male organ is large but not hard, level two is similar to a peeled banana where it’s not hard enough for penetration, level three is like an unpeeled banana where it’s hard enough for penetration but not completely, and level four is similar to a cucumber where it’s completely hard and fully rigid,” explained Dr King.

The men were required to evaluate themselves using the EHS during the survey and 40% of Malaysian men reported that they experienced erection below grade four.

Compared to their EHS grade four counterparts, these men have sex less often, are less sexually satisfied, and may suffer from lack of self confidence, or worse, depression.

“We found that greater sexual satisfaction is strongly associated with greater satisfaction with life overall. Generally, men and women who are highly satisfied with their sex life have a more positive outlook on their relationships and life.

In Malaysia, 102 men and 100 women were selected nationwide based on age, marital status, education level, and income to participate in the survey.

Article by TheStar Online

p/s The statistics were based on 102 men and 100 women, are u kidding me?? Thats only 7% of the Malaysian population.. It can't be accepted... Furthermore, how did they do the survey?? Interviews? Questionnaire?... that's again made it closer to zero level of veracity.. or by medical examination (whereby they really really really examined the sample's sex 'tool'.. )... hahaha.
And by the way, i found it interesting on how they compare the 'tool' with...
Level 1 = Tofu (i guess they were reffering to Japanase Tauhu.. takkan 4segi..hehehe)
Level 2 = peeled banana
Level 3 = unpeeled banana (masi ada kulit lar tue.. tapi kalu pisang emas, how lar??)
Level 4 = cucumber.. (Mesti yang bengkok2 ni kan)
Can i add level 5, please...
LEVEL 5 = Baseball bat (or security guard punya bat..)..

PARLIAMENT Government says no to Race Relations Act

KUALA LUMPUR, TUES: There is no need for a Race Relations Act because current legislations are enough to tackle issues related to race relations and unity.

Instead, the government preferred to study existing provisions and review them.

Unity, Culture, Arts and Heritage deputy minister Teng Boon Soon said despite calls from various quarters to institute a Race Relations Act, the government felt that current laws are enough to keep the peace.

Among the laws are the Sedition Act, Internal Security Act and the Printing and Printing Presses Act.

"The cabinet has decided that there is no need for a Race Relations Act as existing legislations are enough to tackle unity-related issues
that were raised.

"It is better for the government to study existing provisions and update them rather than coming up with a new act," he told Fong Po Kuan (DAP-Batu Gajah).

He said to overcome racial religious issues, unity values should be emphasised and this can be done via education.

Besides understanding the principles of Rukun Negara and be tolerant towards one another, Teng said the media, leaders and non-governmental organisations (NGOs) played an important role to strenghten unity among everyone.

"One of the main problems on unity nowadays stem from politicians. Everyone should be more sensitive and stop making fiery statements that could affect racial-religious sentiments," he said, adding that people should practise the principle of the Rukun Negara.

News by NST Online..

p/s Ironically, those who create more racial religious issues and creating disunity are those politicians themselves.. how about that, huh?? So, I think let them put away all their differences in political and ideologies first then talk about unity!!

Another politician dies...

Batang Ai rep Dublin Unting Ingkot dies

KUCHING: Sarawak Assistant Sports Minister Dublin Unting Ingkot, who was in a coma after suffering a stroke nine months ago, passed away at a private hospital here at 1:25am Tuesday. He was 56.

The long-serving Batang Ai assemblyman was Parti Rakyat Sarawak (PRS) vice-president.

Ingkot, also the assistant minister for Agriculture (Research and Coordination), retained the seat after beating challenger Nicholas Bawin from the Sarawak National Party (SNAP) in the May, 2006 state election.

His remains would be taken to his uncompleted new house at Stutong here at about 2:30pm, according to Wilson Ugak, a political secretary to the Chief Minister.

Ingkot suffered a stroke following a radio interview.

He leaves behind widow Datin Froline Moriah Dimies Impoi and three children.

News by Jack Wong of TheStar Online..

The nude pictures of Elizabeth Wong...

Police: Doctored pictures of Eli Wong going around

KUALA LUMPUR: Doctored nude pictures of Bukit Lanjan MP Elizabeth Wong are being circulated over the Internet and mobile phones.

City police chief Deputy Comm Datuk Muhammad Sabtu Osman, who acknowledged this, said police were collecting all necessary information pertaining to the case.

He said police believed certain parties were trying to take advantage of the situation following the recent circulation of Wong’s scandalous pictures.

“I’m warning those responsible to stop doing so,” he said at a press con­ference yesterday.

Meanwhile, on the latest development of the case, DCP Muhammad Sabtu said police had so far recorded statements from 12 witnesses, in­­cluding four reporters.

He also said that police were not rushing to record Hilmi Malek’s statement as they were paying more attention to finding out who was responsible for circulating Wong’s pictures.

Hilmi, Wong’s former boyfriend, is believed to be in Indonesia currently.

Last Friday, DCP Muhammad Sabtu said police believed the pictures were taken by someone known to the victim.

News by TheStar Online..

p/s For those of you who did that, pls stop at once.. just put urself on her (Eli) shoe.. u definitely hate it if people keep on circulating ur 'nude' pix.. n to make thing worse, doctored it.. u should be ashamed of urself..


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