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A Mother In Fear After Finding Someone Living In The Roof Of Her House For Weeks

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A mother in fear after she found that a stranger had been living on the roof of her house for three weeks. The incident happened when Monica Green of Rockhampton, Queensland, realized something was wrong with her home.

It was after she found out that her home security system was not working properly.

At first, she thought it might be because she was worried but after returning from a doctor’s appointment, Green found that something had happened.

Upon entering the house, the mother of three children found that air conditioning was installed, the back door of her house was open and the chicken nuggets were half cooked.

The New York Post reported, Green informed the matter to police who later found the attic of her house open and it was as if someone was living.

Polis discovered evidence of a person living in the attic – but have not yet found anyone. Jason Milner from Queensland Police said the incident was “certainly unique”.

Picture: The Sun UK

“I felt like it was something out of a horror film,” said Green.

“I’m meant to be the one that protected them (her children) and I feel like I’ve failed,” she added.

Green also believes the individual stole through the attic, stealing keys to enter the house. Because of that, she is now changing the keys to her house.

Source: The Sun UK, The New York Post

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Police Detain Four Men In Crash-Cum Robbery Incident

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SHAH ALAM,  April 19 — Police have arrested four individuals in connection with a robbery that was viralled on social media yesterday.

South Klang district police chief ACP Shamsul Amar Ramli said the police received a report on the crash-cum-robbery incident which occurred in Taman Sentosa.

“All the suspects, aged between 23 and 35, are unemployed and believed to be drug addicts, as all of them tested positive for methamphetamine. They were arrested in the South Klang area and between 7 pm and 11pm,” he said in a statement here today.

Shamsul Amar said in the incident, which occurred at about 4.30pm yesterday, a Honda Civic car with four men inside had crashed into a car which was heading towards Port Klang.

Following the crash, he said, both cars stopped and the four men got down and attacked the driver of the other car.

The suspects kicked the car and smash its window screen, before pulling the driver out of his seat and hit him with a piece of wood, as well as robbed the passenger in the car of a handphone, he added.

A viralled video on the incident showed a group of men kicking a car and smashing its window screens at a road side.

Sources: BERNAMA

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(Video) Woman Does Not Realize, Holding Most Poisonous Octopus While On Vacation

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A woman doesn’t realize she’s almost dead when she bravely holds up one of the most poisonous sea animals in the world to make a memorable photo while on holiday in Bali. The woman, Kaylin Phillips from North Carolina, spotted a brown octopus with bright blue circles while strolling on the beach.

Excited by the discovery, she shared a video on Tiktok where she held the octopus and placed it in the palm of her hand, and took the video.

However, what she did not know was that the small sea creature was a blue-ringed octopus, which is able to kill humans within 26 minutes. It is the most venomous marine animal in the world.

After posing with the creature, Kaylin did an online search and was shocked to learn the octopus was capable of killing up to 26 humans with its venom. The venom of the blue-ringed octopus is capable of attacking the nervous system causing blindness, nausea, respiratory system damage, paralysis, and can cause death.

Sharing a video on TikTok, she wrote: “Going to Bali and unknowingly holding one of the most dangerous animals.”

She also inserted information about the animal.

At the end of the video clip, Kaylin shows her face and adds: “Cheers for still being alive.”

@kaylinmarie21Called my dad crying 3 hours later in Bali🙃 #blueringoctopus #bali #uluwatu #fyp #imdumb #thanksjesuschrist #ShowerWithMoxie #EnvisionGreatness

♬ Oh No Oh No Oh No No No – Dubskie

Source: DailyStar, Kaylinmarie21

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UiTM’s Team Izwan Hafiz Wins Coveted First Place At Midea’s Grand Final Campus Masterchef Challenge

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Muhammad Izwan Hafiz and Muhammad Syafei from UiTM has been declared the winning team of the Grand Final Campus Masterchef Challenge held by Midea Scott & English Electronics Sdn Bhd (Midea). The event is being held at Samplings at the Fourteenth, Berjaya Times Square Hotel, Kuala Lumpur.

The winning team took home a winning prize of RM 10,000 cash and certificates. The winning team’s dishes were fish roulade, crusted duck with green curry sauce accompanied with Masala Vadai Ball and Puding Raja Tart with Cream of Anglaise and Assorted Fruits.

“I feel so relieved and happy to finally win this competition,” said head of the team.

At second place, (team from UiTM) brought home RM 5,000 cash and certificate and at third place (Team Nik Muhamad Ameer from UiTM) won RM 3,000 cash and certificate. The fourth-place winner, Food Mansion from KLMUC also received prizes from Midea.

“Cooking must come from the heart but it also comes down to the taste and how clean your spoon is. You must cook with the right equipment and today the best equipment for you is Midea’s kitchen appliances,” said Dato Fazley Yaakob, one of the judges of the competition.

Commenting on the winning dish, Dato Fazley said the winning team developed a dish that was very unique and personalised to their own flavour and ideas.

“I think it is very deserving of the first prize,” Dato Fazley said.

“A part of this event is to generate interest from the young to cook and enhance their skills. Despite the changes caused by the pandemic and with the new normal, cooking at home using the right appliances is crucial as it can save time and at the same time help us cook more efficiently. This is where we come in to complement your home and kitchen,” said Mark Tam Tuck Chuen, General Manager of Midea Scott & English.

The Campus Masterchef Challenge (CMC) 2020 is a nationwide event that kicked off with 400 teams from 80 universities in November 2020. 10 teams were shortlisted and eventually 4 were chosen for the final cook-off.

The 4 teams were judged by Dato Fazley Yaakob, Celebrity Chef, KB Lim, Marketing Manager of Midea Scott & English Electronics Sdn Bhd and Junior Sous Chef of Berjaya Times Square Hotel, Chef Suffian.

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