Saturday, May 12, 2007

MORE PICS - Weekend Raid on Sleasy Hotel in Red Light Districts; 15 Local Girls together with some customers nabbed; NO Escape through the Fire Escape

More raids are being carried out almost every weekends where the catch is bigger. This time is from another sleazy brothel somewhere in KL. It caused so much panic, the girls tried to escape and when the stairs are blocked, they took the risk and climbed down through the overhanging concrete ledge.

It was a dangerous and desperate act as it was in the middle of the night and a slip would be certain death. But the raiders were prepared as they had been monitoring the place for sometime and officers were ready to nab those. All in all 15 were detained together with an undisclosed numbers of customers were further question at police HQ.

ABOVE & BELOW: Some of the locals were surprised by the raid and shielded their eyes from the glaring camera spotlight. As usual all customers were also taken in for questioning.

= = = = == = == = = = = === =ABOVE: Some try to escape through the back fire escape (specially constructed) but were unsuccessful as the "long arm of the law" was waiting

ABOVE & BELOW: One of the brave girls cannot wait and scale down
but (BELOW) the officer was waiting

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ABOVE & BELOW: Another local doing it but were again detained

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ABOVE & BELOW: The not so brave ones prefer to take the stairs and face the music
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ABOVE & BELOW: One by one, they were ushered down the stairs

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ABOVE & BELOW: Using the lifts to downstairs to be trucked away to the Police Headquarters

= = = = = More GROs in KLANG restaurant, Malay Mail, May 12 2007
KLANG: It’s a seafood restaurant but diners who visit the place will be served more than just a meal. Those patronising the restaurant in Teluk Gong here are ‘entertained’ by women from China who are employed as guest relations officers.

And most of these women are scantily dressed. Weekend Mail visited the restaurant on Thursday and found six women on duty. They go from room to room in the restaurant chatting with customers.

“The women are willing to keep the diners company all night as long as they tip them generously,” a restaurant worker told Weekend Mail reporter. The women only speak Mandarin and according to the worker, “they cannot be taken out of the premises.” There are at least eight small private dining rooms marked with numbers in the restaurant.

There is a sofa and dining table in each room. When Weekend Mail visited the restaurant, two of the rooms were occupied. “They will entertain you in the room during meals and it is must be confined within the dining room,” said the worker.

Some of the women were dressed in revealing tank tops and mini skirts. One of the GROs, who identified herself as Fang Fang, said in Mandarin that she had been in Malaysia for three years. According to her, six GROs would be on duty on weekdays but more would come in during the weekends. All of them are from China. Weekend Mail was alerted by a reader to the presence of the foreign GROs in November last year. During our first visit to the restaurant, we saw more than 10 China nationals waiting for customers in front of the restaurant. The women were driven away at midnight when the restaurant closed for business. The reader had claimed that the restaurant was frequented by outsiders and locals not for the food but the women.

= == = = =Go H E R E ON

MORE PICS – RAID in CHOW KIT & JALAN PETALING Red Lights Districts;MODEL (in Coffee Ads) Detained with 30 year Boy Friend in a Hotel Room for Khalwat

= == = = =Go H E R E ON

MORE PICS – Raid on BROTHELS in Bukit Bintang; 18 Local Girls, 12 China Dolls & 26 Customers Detained, Questioned & Investigated on Substance Abuse

Friday, May 11, 2007

MORE PICS – Rude SHOCK for Bangsar Housewife - LORRY Came Crashing in; Living Room now in A Mess; Careless & Inconsiderate Driving?; No One Hurt

ABOVE: The location Lorong Maarof 6 in Bangsar and BELOW: an outside view of the damaged Garden wall the lorrong went through

ABOVE: Madam P. Saravathy's time was not up, she escaped but "I got the shock of my life" on seeing the lorry in the living room

ABOVE & BELOW: The Lorry WPC 2829 who came a visiting - crashing into this Bangsar House
Break in routine keeps retiree out of lorry’s path

KUALA LUMPUR: P. Saravathy is lucky to be alive today, and it's all thanks to a slight change in routine. The 70-year-old retired teacher said she usually reads the newspapers in her living room every morning until about 11am when she starts preparing lunch.

ABOVE & BELOW: with the walls exposed, to secure back the house, the family immediate need is to build back wall

Yesterday, however, she went straight to the kitchen, only to rush right back out when a tipper lorry laden with stones and soil crashed into her double-storey corner lot home in Bangsar here and landed in her living room. “I had just stepped into the kitchen and hadn’t even decided what curry to make when suddenly there was a sound as if a bomb had exploded. Unwelcome visitor:

ABOVE & BELOW: The couple M. Balakrishnan, 70 and wife P. Saravathy
were in shock to see this uninvited visitor crashing in.The husband was grateful his wife was not hurt

The lorry came to a stop after crashing through the side wall of Saravathy’s home in Bangsar, Kuala Lumpur.“I rushed to check and to my horror, I found a lorry parked in my hall, “ she said of the 10am incident when met at her house on Lorong Maarof 6.

ABOVE: The messed up living room and BELOW: The exposed staircase

She immediately contacted her husband, M. Balakrishnan, 70, a retired City Hall field officer, who rushed home from a meeting in the city. Witnesses said they saw the lorry go over a road barrier and ram into the concrete garden wall of the detached house. It came to a stop after smashing through the side wall of the house. The crash left the living room a mess of concrete, furniture and other strewn items. Balakrishan was grateful that his wife was not hurt in the incident.

ABOVE: The mess from the fallen wall and BELOW, the damage to a Radio Cassette player

“Even the lorry driver was lucky as he escaped with very minor bruises,” he added. The lorry driver who only wanted to be known as Mulyani, 37, said he was transporting stones and earth from a construction site next to a shopping centre to be dumped. “I was driving downhill when it happened.

I tried to steer the vehicle to safety but failed,” said Mulyani, who has been driving lorries for 14 years. City traffic chief Assistant Commissioner Hamza Taib said police are investigating the accident under Section 43(1) of Road Transport Act 1987 for careless and inconsiderate driving.

Wednesday, May 09, 2007

MORE PICS & Video: LAGOON PERDANA Abandoned Apartments REVIVED – 98% Voted YES; LAD Claims Waived up to RM35,000 each ; Applause for Khrishnan's Views

ABOVE: The court convened meeting on May 08 07 was a historical event for the owners of the abandoned project to "get back their properties" without any further delays and it was held at the Perdana Lake Club (BELOW)

ABOVE: the VIPs in the Meeting chaired by Ibrahim Ali, a director of Tenaga Gagah Sdn Bhd the other being Ombokou@ Francis bin Sauyang, who is also a shareholder the other shareholder being Asli @ Martinus bin Musa. These two (possibly proxies) bought over the bankrupt company and revive it. Hoping just to make some pocket money??
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ABOVE: LEFT: Mr Yap Siew Long (Scruitiner), Mr Sonny Kok (V P Talam Corp) Mr Loy (Finance Director, IJM); Dato' Lee Hwa Beng (Speaking & Smiling) - the "MCA double agent", currently MPSJ Councilor ostensibly helping the 1927 victims in this abandoned project but possibly with a sharp axe to grind.

BELOW: Left, Ibrahim Ali (Chairman), Mr C H Hong ( Deloitte Financial Advisor), Leslie Kong & Mr Ong (Talam Corp)

ABOVE:The voting results - an overwhelming YES. What choice do you have under such circumstances?. What the Dato' quipped "Say No, you go back, I go back and wait" And WHO created this reality?

ABOVE & BELOW: The voters have to register and verified their names with their IC in order to get the blue voting form for them to mark a cross for the scheme. Even a tick was amended and considered a Yes vote by the developer. These tables were laid with light lunch refreshments for those who stayed for the counting.

The anger, the frustration and the sadness over the last 4 years seemed to evaporate when result of a resounding 98% vote in favor of reviving the abandoned Lagoon Perdana Medium Cost apartments, the service apartments and the 16 shop lots abandoned 4 years ago.. It was a moment almost 1927 purchasers and owners were waiting. The vote was expected (and the developer was fully aware of this favorable outcome from the proxy forms submitted back to them) .The owners were given a Hobson’s choice. ALL must sacrifice the entire LAD (Late and Ascertained Damage) claims to enable the developer complete the project under the new reputable contractor IJM. This company has been given a RM700 million contract for completing & reviving the stalled housing projects under Talam and Lagoon Perdana is one of them. The profits they can make are not much but they are eying for other future projects.

The sacrifices had to be made and for some as high as RM35,000 (see ABOVE) in order to “get back the property” and a total estimated LAD figure is a cool RM36 million not to be claimed. The only consolation seems to be there is no “topping up of additional payments” and a 3 months waiver for maintenance fee upon completion. Some quality was also compromised to save cost. The parquet flooring is now replaced with ceramic tiles for the apartments. There are other conditions given in the explanatory notes

But there were other dissenting voices and the outspoken views by Mr Khrishnan sums it all. He asked for a full refund and there were much applause for him. But the majorities of owners are fully aware of the reality of the situation and voted YES.

The agenda of the meeting
  1. Opening address by Dato’ Lee Hwa Beng
  2. Chairman Opening speech & Statement
  3. Salient points of the proposed scheme
  4. House keeping Matters on proxy forms
  5. Questions & Answers session
  6. Regulations on voting
  7. Announcement of voting results
  8. Closing of meeting

The following are a cross section of the purchasers who attended this court convened meeting. The meeting was called to order after the scrutiner confirmed there was a quorum. Some invested their life savings hoping for a little nest to go back to and was confronted with this nightmare; paying interest to the banks and paying their rentals – double burden. So the 98% majority is thanking their lucky stars, that there is now light at the end of the dark tunnel after groping in the dark for 4 years.

And a VICTIM speaks out as an individual.............

a video clip is being compiled for uploading (You-tube) for everyone to see and hear what was said
ABOVE: WHERE is their Bloody CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility)?

I don’t’ want to participate in the project

Look at Talam Corp; a big Giant and they form this little subsidiary

.. anak syarikat... Ong Ka Ting.. said Purchasers can opt out..

.."Refund me back ALL the money

I want the money to be refunded within a certain period not over two years

You might say there is no other way...

Find a wayYour mother can form a baby..

Go back to your mother..."

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ABOVE: Alvin, the front man of Tenaga Gagah Sdd Bhd., anak syarikat of Talam

whose official line 42962000 (given in the letter dated 16th March 07) is a fake one (no one will pass the line to him) unless you know his direct line 42902122

Check back latter... it might take a day or two

and here are the abandoned Blocks at Nov 2006, for nearly 4 years....they rot under the sun & rain, blacken over the years

ABOVE: Block 1?


ABOVE: Block 3?

ABOVE: Block 7?

ABOVE: Block 8
ABOVE: Block 7?
= == = = and WHERE exactly is this Sunway Lagoon Apartments?
After the Sunway Med Centre, turned right in the traffic light and you see the completed and the hidden UNcompleted Blocks.
ABOVE: The Sunway Med Centre and BELOW: The Sunway Lagoon Apartments looking from the Sunway Med Side
= == = == = == = == = == == =BACKGROUND Woes of TALAM

Go H E R E and Read the earlier problems.

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The six Talam projects saved are namely Taman Puncak Jalil, Ukay Perdana,
Kinrara Section 3, Lagoon Perdana, Putra Perdana and Bukit Beruntung

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