Be very careful guys!
We’ve been told over and over again while growing up to never trust strangers on the internet. In this modern age, with technology being part of our lives, we still need to be extra careful as we never know who’s behind the other side of the screen.
A young Malaysian lady had met her Nigerian prince via the popular app, TikTok and from there their romance blossomed.
Seemingly generous, he gave her a free flight ticket to Japan and even paid for her accommodation there. According to the Bukit Aman police, the 23-year-old girl was too caught up in her infatuation for him.
“The victim from the north is believed to have been taken in by the promises of the Nigerian man she met via the apps,” the authorities said, as reported by The Sun Daily.
When she was in Narita International Airport in Japan, she was caught smuggling almost 2kg of drugs! Police officers believed it to be syabu.
Currently, the lady is still detained in Japan and the Malaysian police are in contact with the authorities there regarding this case.
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