Underwear thief! Yes, you read that right. A man from Bandar Country Homes, Rawang was caught by the police after he was captured on security cameras stealing a woman’s underwear!
The woman whose underwear was stolen realised that this was happening too frequently for it to merely just be a coincidence. Following multiple underwear disappearances, she had gotten security cameras fixed around the compound of her threshold. The focus point of the lens was her clothesline.
As suspected, her security cameras had captured footage of a man, in broad daylight, stealing her undergarments. In the footage, he can be seen wearing a glove when stealing her underwear.
“A few months ago, she realised that her undergarments were going missing. She had then checked on her CCTV and found out that it was an unknown fair-skinned man wearing a hat. He stole her undergarments,” said The Gombak District Assistant Commissioner, Arifai Tarawe.
According to Harian Metro, the woman had filed a police complaint and reported that she experienced losses worth RM600. Arifai Tarawe also stated that the thief has no prior criminal records and was successfully arrested. The thief is now under further investigation.
What do you think of this article? Let us know your comments.
Klang Is A Red Zone But School Sessions Will Carry On, Says Education Dept
The Selangor State Education Department (JPNS) says that school sessions in Klang will still continue as usual even though the...
Police Arrest OKU Man With Pink Tag At A Supermarket In Melaka
Police have arrested a man with hearing disabilities who was wearing a pink tag. The man was arrested at a...
Kitchen Helper From Huckleberry Damansara Heights Tests Positive For Covid-19
Huckleberry Damansara Heights just reported that one of their own kitchen helpers tested positive for Covid-19. In a statement put...
PM: Interstate Travel Between East Malaysia To Semenanjung Temporarily Banned
It looks like Malaysia isn’t going into lockdown yet, but if they consider it, they’ll let us know earlier, at...
Health DG: Third Death Case Today Is 1-year-old Baby From Semporna, Sabah
Malaysia recorded an all-time high in the number of Covid-19 cases today, 691 positive cases with 688 local transmissions and...