Happy weekend, Coconauts — a quick ditty from Melaka to keep you going: According to reports in local Malay-language media, a 51-year-old man was arrested this week after having been allegedly found with a trove of women’s undergarments that did not belong to him.
The Kelemak, Alor Gajah-area man was arrested Tuesday evening by local police after a 31-year-old woman filed a complaint that several of her underwear were missing. Having gone to the man’s house, police found the gentleman to have 10 pairs of hers in his possession, some of which he had used to dress a pillow, perhaps somewhat provocatively if you’re local daily Harian Metro, and feel the need to blur the image:
For all you naughty Coconauts out there, Sin Chew Daily came through with the uncensored pic:
The victim told officers that she had checked her CCTV footage, and claimed that the suspect could be seen climbing over her fence to open her washing machine and remove the undergarments. She added that a similar incident had occurred on February 6. Police estimate that he had taken RM150 (US$35) worth of knickers.
Following a check of his house, officers reported that they found another 30 pairs of underwear at his home belonging to other potential victims. He is believed to have been operating in the area since November 2019.
“A urine test found a positive suspect for methamphetamine and was believed to have been involved in two sodomy cases in Gombak before but the case has not been tried,” said police.
The suspect is now being investigated under Section 379 of the Penal Code for theft, an offense punishable by a seven-year jail term or a fine, or both!
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