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Saturday, July 11, 2009

**Important** Happened in Penang

I received the below e-mail, not sure if it is true but please be alert!

This is pretty scary, as is (its modus operandi is similar) with the case of Ms Canny Ong.

A friend stopped at a pay-at-the-pump gas station to get gas. When she had filled her gas tank after paying at the pump and about to leave, the attendant inside came over the speaker. He told her that something happened with her card and that she needed to come inside to pay. The lady was confused because the transaction was completed and approved. She told him that and was getting ready to leave but the attendant once again urged her to come in to pay or else. She proceeded to go inside and started arguing with the attendant about his threat. He told her to calm down and to listen carefully:

He told her that while she was pumping gas, he saw a guy had slipped into the back seat of her car and hid on the other side. He had called the police. She immediately became scared and looked out there in time to see her car door open and the guy slip out.

The story went that it has to do with a test for the new gang initiation thing which requires one to bring back a woman's body part. One way they are doing this is crawling into girls/women's cars while the target is pumping gas or at the grocery store at night time. Then, they will cut off the victim's legs/ankles to disable them in order to kidnap them, and later kill and dismember them. The other method is slipping into unattended cars and kidnapping the women for the same purpose.

Ladies, be extra careful when going into your parked car at night.

Do not park at lonely or secluded places at any time of the day for the sake of free parking!

If at all possible, don't drive alone at night!

This is real! Kidnapping! Murder! Dismemberment! These are all happening here in Malaysia !!!

The message:
  1. ALWAYS lock your car doors, even if you're gone for just a second.
  2. Check underneath your car when approaching it for re-entry, and check in the back before getting in.
  3. Always be aware of your surroundings and other individuals in your general vicinity, particularly at night!
Beware, my friends!

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