Monday, June 13, 2011

Six-year-old stabbed to death for being noisy and Bomoh molest rape his customer

A SIX-year-old boy in Sabah paid a deadly price for being noisy, Metro Ahad reported.

Mohd Khairadri Awang Ahmad and two elder siblings were attacked by their furious uncle who could not stand the din the children were making while playing in their home at the Sandakan municipal council flats in Jalan Batu Sapi on Friday afternoon.

The uncle, who lived a floor below the children's home, used a kitchen knife to slash the little boy, his brother, Mohd Fadli Zairi, 12, and sister Nur Salinah, 10.

Neighbours rushed the three children to the Duchess of Kent Hospital, where Mohd Khairadri, who was stabbed in the stomach, was pronounced dead on arrival.

Mohd Fadli was treated for cuts on his chest and Nur Salinah for an injured wrist.

The tabloid reported that the children's parents were not home at the time of the incident.

The uncle, in his 20s, had gone up to their unit and warned the children to be quiet as their noise was disturbing him.

When they ignored him, the man went into the kitchen to grab the knife.

The two elder children managed to flee to a neighbour's house to seek help after the attack.

Mohd Khairadri, however, was found in a pool of blood when the neighbour rushed to their home.

Sandakan deputy OCPD Sup Fadzil Mohd Ali said a suspect has been arrested and was being investigated under Section 302 of the Penal Code for murder.

> Troubled by a rocky marriage, a woman in Miri sought the help of a bomoh for a solution only to be raped by him, Metro Ahad reported.

The medium, in his 50s allegedly assaulted the victim after giving her a floral bath and persuading her to make believe he was her husband.

Thinking it was part of the ritual to treat her misfortune, the woman followed his every instruction and for two months did not tell anyone about what happened.

It was only when she realised the bomoh's treatment was not working that she made a police report on Saturday about the incident that occurred in April.

In a separate case, a 15-year-old boy in Bukit Mertajam told police he had been sexually abused by a man who had moved into the neighbourhood about a month ago.

The teenager said the man would sneak into his house each time his (the suspect's) wife was not at home.

The boy claimed the man, in his 20s, forced him to perform oral sex.

He lodged a police report against the neighbour after complaining to his father.

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